Study room

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Study room by Richard Leonardo. Rendered with Raylectron v4.
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Excellent interior rendering!

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Hello that is a beautiful rendering I am currently attempting to render a chair and am having trouble rendering the cushion portion of it. Your leather chair is perfectly done do you think you could give me advice as to how you got it to look so realistic I.E. the ruffles and slight rinkles of the chair the indents and so on and so forth. Do you have some sort of trick to quickly create surfaces like that?

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Hello and thank you for the comment. The leather is simply color RGB 78,24,24 and a shine value of 6 and a diffuse value of 1. The ruffles and wrinkles are geometrically done (we didn't design the chair) and can easily be created using the Artisan tool. For more realistic look, you could apply a leather texture along with its corresponding normal map, such textures can be found for free on the FilterForge web site.
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