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tell me what you think /3/.
Made this a few months ago, have improved a bit, but moved on from this project.
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the snow looks cool. some parts of the new look too blocky. try playing around with rounder shapes.

too many damn fireflies! you need to put the clamp direct and indirect to 3

too much noise, have you tried the denoiser? are you rendering on gpu?
the stone looks like it could use more displacement. the texture looks funky but its cool if you want to keep it.

its dark as all hell. even if the scene is meant to be dark, i can't really see anything. use a mixture of light and complete darkness instead of just lowlight
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I do not see any donuts
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>>652225
the earth in that scene itself is shaped like a donut you just dont see it because its too close
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>>652219
Whoa nice voroinoi bro
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>>652219
We have about two or three threads set up for this kind of thing anon. Just use the /wip/ thread, /questions/ thread or blender thread. Your feedback is pic related.
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>>652274
My bad, I'm a newfag.
Thank you for the advice though.
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>>652219
More contrast between the snow and everything else. When there's snow, most objects around look really dark especially at night.



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