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    Thank you t3h4ndy!

    I keep modifying the lighting and moving meshes around so I have to build everything all over again each time, it surely takes time so its nice to know you like it as it is

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    Great set of lightings! Can't wait to see more!

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    light look amazing, so natural

    is it production light?
    what you use for ligting, just sky and direct light?
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    I thought that last image was a reference at first glance great looking lighting man! looking forward to seeing the restaurant with some props

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    You're definately killing it victor

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    Man... that lighting is insane! great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by adilasunny View Post
    Great set of lightings! Can't wait to see more!
    Thanks, I'm glad you like it!

    Quote Originally Posted by archirost View Post
    light look amazing, so natural

    is it production light?
    what you use for ligting, just sky and direct light?
    Thanks! Scene only has skylight (static) and directional light (movable). They consume a lot of extra ram but for the moment I can handle it quite well. As for the general lighting, I'm using lightmaps and rendering them in High quality, I'm keeping the Production quality for the last days or the final render.
    I also checked some of these values here as most of them don't appear in the menu and they are quite useful when using detailed shadows.

    Quote Originally Posted by leftright View Post
    I thought that last image was a reference at first glance great looking lighting man! looking forward to seeing the restaurant with some props
    Thats a great compliment leftright , I'm already filling the whole building, I'll post some more images later.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dannykai View Post
    You're definately killing it victor
    Thanks Dannykai, it's always nice to read those things.

    Quote Originally Posted by SubdStudio View Post
    Man... that lighting is insane! great work!
    It's taking a lot of time to create it each time I make some changes on the project so, thanks for saying that

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    This Looks great VictorVG, definitely coming to life.

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    really nice work man. i like the splashes of red color in the ceiling frame, and not to be too redundant, great lighting!

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    nice job man. Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by psyb0rg View Post
    really nice work man. i like the splashes of red color in the ceiling frame, and not to be too redundant, great lighting!
    Thank you psyb0rg, it's always hard to find the lighting point in a project, I'm glad you liked both ceiling and lights.


    Quote Originally Posted by CPITeam View Post
    nice job man. Good luck
    Thanks CPITeam, good luck to you too!

    Entering now the last week of working and finishing the interiors and all the work. I'm still having a doubt or two about the best for merging the landscape with the building as foliage, shadows, dynamic sky, etc take a lot of resources, so I keep testing the level streaming and finding the average point where both levels look good.

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    Looking better and better mate! Reallllllly looking forward to seeing this next week!

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