How to fix shading interior rendering

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  • NoMasCorona - I think I might have found the tricky issue.. Not sure if you still want to take a look at the model, since clearly it's a background kind of issue, I assume.. Just let me know though.
    Thank's anyway.

    Actually I didn't know you could use just a regular image in skybox, thought that was only for HDRIs. So I am learning something here.

  • Anyway, I think the key here to really solve it is to change background, which I don't think it's fair, but it's ok..
    I really appreciate you both trying to help.

    I don't quite see much difference with these images; you still are not getting the nice dark shading inside the fireplace that you wanted, are you?

  • I don't quite see much difference with these images; you still are not getting the nice dark shading inside the fireplace that you wanted, are you?

    I think it's fair enough right now. You can see the difference of the brick faces inside the fireplace. Before it has all the same luminosity, making it kind of a flat sketchup image. Now you can see it's different between them.
    But true, that nice shading inside of it seems to still be missing. Under the couch it's there though, which wasn't before.

  • Hey Toscano, thank you for your contribution.
    I've just check your post out and yes, it's the same problem! I got them also in other parts of the render, which I haven't post it here.
    I will definitely try this out and will post it here as a feedback.

    Appreciate!