The environment has greatly improved! Yes, put this Dream-s10 in an exhibition instead on a countryside. Try to put camera and model inside a sphere and light it with colourable light rings. And I would move the camera back a bit to give the model a bit of space left and right. What you've done is very good, but it could yet be enhanced. Indeed, that haematite by richter is a very versatile and beautiful material.
Join Date: 06.04.2006 Comments: 2356
As Horo says this image requires a bit of lighting work, but otherwise the tendency for realism is definetly there. Using soft shadows or light domes or rings should work out well since the scene is not overly complex. Be prepared though, quality comes at a price. Time! Long render times and quality go hand in hand very often. Also, should the windows be more transparent to look more like glass? Also the light all comes from behind the vehicle. If the vehicle is the point of the scene, then it might benefit from more direct lighting. Your dream keeps getting closer to looking like a reality.