Think of a story you want the image to tell. Without a good story, it can end up being a
Setting up an appropriate point of view is the crucial step in making a good render.
Although it seems like a simple task, positioning a good camera angle can take some time and even a tiny little nudge can make a big difference in the end result.
Also, as much as a good camera angle can make a base for a great image, a bad one can ruin all the efforts made in the later production stages.
Here we'll show a couple of guidelines to set a perfect angle for your render.
Artists often spend a lot of time finding or creating perfect materials for the render.
In addition to that, these tend to cause issues or prolong the overall render times.
Keep it simple, find a nice texture and play with reflection and transparency and you can always enhance those in postproduction.
Unless it's the key part of the project, don't let the material take all the attention
Use A - Diffuse filter, B - Reflection, C - Refraction pass to enhance the effect.