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  1. MST5
    June 27, 2017
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    is there a link to rewatch #2? some of my colleagues couldn't watch it

  2. Ivan Leon-Trujillo
    June 27, 2017
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    en hora buena Fabrice… la segunda parte esperada del curso. espero poder participar. Abrazo.

  3. joseph lemons
    June 27, 2017
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    Please put these on YouTube

  4. Juggle Theze
    July 8, 2017
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    Hello Fabrice i was wondering if it's possible to do archviz without using 3ds max first? I'm a student and 3ds max is very expensive, therefore i can't afford the software.

  5. Mohammed mohammed jalil
    July 10, 2017
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    Hello, Mr.Fabric
    In webnier 1, I saw that you replaced the rail building meshs with teapot, I trird to do the same thing in my project with lights but I couldnt because thier location are set on 0,0,0 and I tried to solve this problem but I couldn't .

  6. Matthijs de Rijk
    July 12, 2017
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    it all looks so awesome. The only thing I think that breaks believability is the lack of bevels on the wood and stuff. everything looks super sharp, but in real life even an knife edge has a bevel, albeit super small.

  7. Richard Birket
    July 14, 2017
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    Hi Fabrice – I registered for Webinar #3 but was involved in a client meeting so didn't really get a chance to take it in. Is there a link to re-watch?

  8. Gerardo Ramírez
    July 17, 2017
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    Hey fabrice, love your videos here and your webinars, keep up the amazing work!

    Just a question that i hope you can help me out.
    Just watched your latest webinar about lighting, downloaded your interior scene and everything works amazing.

    But when i try to make the same steps with one of my projects, the skylight looks nothing like the one you used in the interior scene. I used the same white map but it just looks wrong. Hope you can give me a little tip 🙂

    Keep up the great work man!

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