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Made with Blender 2.62, rendered in Yafaray :D
My first real serious attempt at realism :faint:

Wireframe and settings here:


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Made with Blender 260.5 and rendered in Cycles :D

Yes it's a bit grainy still, but it was a practice in lighting an interior in Cycles. 1500 passes, probably would be fine with 2500 so I'll re-render it soon :D
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Made with Blender 2.6 and rendered with Blender's internal engine :D
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Blender 2.63, Yafaray render :D
Playing with the Pyrex 1.47 IOR value for glass/caustics
Two spotlights on each side, photon only, sunsky environment
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Made with Blender 2.62, rendered in Cycles. :D
Floor, walls, pic on the floor, all made in GIMP
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Made and rendered in Blender 2.61 :D
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Modeled in Blender, materials made from my own fractals, exported to C4D and rendered in V-Ray :omg:
My very first render with V-Ray as well :D

1280 X 1024
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Made with Blender 2.62, rendered in Yafaray :D
Fractal made with Fractal Explorer :D

Wireframe and render settings here:

(I used 8 AA passes, but it was actually finished at 4)
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Blender 2.68, Cycles, and GIMP
:iconblenderlogoplz::icongimpplz:
Kind of happy with it, but it could be better. :D
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Modeled in Blender 2.58, rendered in Cinema4D :D

Final version of my simple room scene, rendered in C4D with global illumination. Many special thanks go out to my friend ~Doggnchris who helped me out immensely with the lighting. Thanks Chris!
Please go check out his gallery, he has some amazing things, including this one:
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Moving on to more elaborate scenes...:pc:

1600 X 1200
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