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I'm an interior designer and I make renders using V-Ray Next.

My problem is that my renders look kind of "glossy" and "wet" compared to renders made by 3D artists which look "dry" and clean.

Is it something that can be achieved in post production only?

Where should I look for the solution? Denoise? Sharpening?

Any advice is greatly appreciated!

/1st image is my render, the 2nd one is the look what I would like to achieve./




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Hi Gabor Somjai,

Welcome to the forums :)

I want to start by saying I have next to no knowledge of rendering bar doing a tiny bit of playing around in Autodesk Mudbox. However I think the reason the bottom render looks different to yours is the lighting. The bottom render seems to have more light sources and more shadows which makes it look more real where as yours only has a few shadows and a single light source. I'm not sure how lighting works when rendering so there isn't much more I can suggest but in my opinion they both look good.



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