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  1. Studio/Institution: Pixeles Studios Graficos Client: Edgardo Bautista Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3D Studio Max 2011 & Vray SP5 Website: http://www.edgarbaut.co.cc Description: Hello, This time I'll post some say with any home interior I did a while ago, the houses are super simple but as I always say I'm interested in rendering quality, I hope you like your critics are welcome ...
  2. I'm working on this project and I am having a problem: there are too many lights in this scene. The reference photos I am going off of show that there really are about 80 lights in this store. So my question is what is a good way to fake this? I can't realistically put 80 lights in my scene, my computer can't handle that (and my computer is halfway decent). Here is a render showing the ceiling a little bit and how many can lights are actually supposed to be in the scene. Any ideas?[ATTACH=CONFIG]39623[/ATTACH]
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