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Vray really surprised me, when I started to re-texture a scene from last year: low rendertimes and a nice image. Still, a lot to do and a lot to learn
Next steps will be finishing this and the bottle image and starting a Vray album in my profile. Again, I am happy, C4DLounge had this great contest - Vray is worth the work put into it

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Not bad at all. :-) yeah I love vray as well but it is not that easy to become a vray master...

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Nice render! I would love to see some subtle colors - for example in the reflections.
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Not bad at all. :-) yeah I love vray as well but it is not that easy to become a vray master...

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It's kind of "limited" in some cases since it tries to be so darn "physical", but I think you can achieve (almost) anything you want. The Vray forum (and Stefan) is fast with answers, so I think Vray and me could become good friends Next project will be "Vrayed" right from the start (that is why I am trying to learn which way is best to get a sensible workflow).

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Nice render! I would love to see some subtle colors - for example in the reflections.
Good idea for the further process.
The AR version had an animation playing in the glass of the watch, but some colors around the case could really add
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