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just finished rendering my first donut, pls rate

also ITT donut rating thread
I like that tron donut
Nice job distancing yourself from the crowd with something different.
As for the scene itself, your plate looks more like white metal than it does porcelain. Your donuts are also really tiny with respect to the phone(?) and the mug in the background, but maybe you were going to minidonuts. Their size also makes it hard to comment on them, but they look okay. The sprinkles look kinda like those larvae you find in rice though. It's still a pretty good job. I like the overall red theme to it, and the inclusion of a background too.
thanks, I'm actually quite proud of it as a first try for any 3D stuff. I'll see what I can do to make the donuts look a little less larva themed and maybe make the phone a bit more recognizable
The wood is too saturated and what is that light ring under that cup over there?
Also one of your donuts looks more like gigapuddi than a donut.
Damn that shape is shit
I think the perspective or scale is just fucked.
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are your donuts melting
your sprinkles too god damn small
Tone down the DOF.
The oversaturated colors give me a headache
Why is it so dark?
Who puts donuts on top of eachother when there's so much space left on the plate? This is how you would place them on a smaller plate.

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