I disagree. The shadow of the girl is visible in the area between her shoes and the couch(you can notice all the shadows in the render are very soft. And her reflection is also there..the floor is not very reflective-you can notice only the chrome legs of the couch are strongly reflected, and thats because their color/brightness. Not all parquets are mirror-like The space between the table and couch..there are 30cm, and table like that is easily and inevitably moved in real life, every now and then.
Wow, very nice. At the first glance I thought "uhh, boring photo" but then.. 3D Art Very nice work.
Maybe you can answer me a little question concerning vray? Actually I'm building my own house in C4D and vray. At the moment I'm planning the bathroom. I build the complete house within Catia V5 (don't know whether you know this software. It's a professional CAD-Software). Because I know this Software from work the House itself was build relatively quick. But of course I want to do some renders for which I'm using C4D and vray. So, I imported the model from Catia into C4D, applied the materials, converted them into vray materials and made a first rendering with standard adjustments. The problem that occured is the glass door for the shower - it's not translucent, it's simply a solid wall.
Do you have any quick idea where the failure could be?