Let me begin by saying that once again, as a intermediate level user of TurboCAD 3D modeling with limited rendering experience, I am sitting here in awe at the realism displayed in these and other examples of your work, Daz. I agree with Jeff - if you hadn't said so, I'd argue a couple of these examples were photos of actual settings. Not only you, but several others in this forum continue to amaze me with examples of things that are possible with TurboCAD.
One thing I often wonder, though - are the creators of these exceptional renderings actually using TurboCAD to model every single entity represented in the rendered view, or are some of the items 3D imports from other sources to which materials are applied and painstakingly massaged to create the final render. My assumption is that everything is created in TurboCAD and that makes it all the more intriguing.
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