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DS4P -> Reality/LuxRender to 6850S/p

I created a geometry shell in Studio for the display surfaces and set the shell materials to architectural glass to get the reflections on the displays (mainly visible on the center console due to the camera angle).
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You have some wonderful sci fi themed pictures 
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cwichuraHobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!
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KnightTekHobbyist Digital Artist
Wonderfully done!!! :D
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very interessant lighting ! very well done !
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You're welcome !
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laughingvulcanHobbyist General Artist
Love this!
Hot Cyborg chicks on a spaceship!

Just keep them AWAY from the Enterprise or Kirk will be wining /dining them in under 3 hours! :D

(Followed you from your post in the DAZ thread 'Set The Stage with the Spectacular World of Genesis!')

Beautiful Metal textures on the A Deck, as WELL as the Glass.

(I've got A-Deck, too, and DAZ Studio 4.5 Pro, but I haven't figured out all the special effects yet.)

One or two overhead spotlights might help brighten the deck and the ladies, IMHO. (My eye reads the deck/ladies as a bit dark, and, without the highlights, the girls read a bit...flat...(not sure how to explain it ATM) )
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There is a mesh light for the key light on the two girls in the foreground. But I tend to do a lot of darkishly lit renders, sometimes too much so (especially for folks viewing on Macs, which display them even darker than Windows does).
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