Render 3Ds Max + Vray | ArchitectureFriday 27th of January 2012 09:05:57 PM
Render + Vray |
Hello people! Again I bring one of the rendering I was making these days.
I will be showing the step by step as the again, although not strictly a tutorial, but this time I'm going to leave at the end of the post the settings I used in lighting, cameras and others if one is interested .
Is modeling in 2011, illuminated, texturing and rendering in 2012 + Vray and the post production in
First show them a little project, or preliminary draft actually, because it was nothing and say that many things to even define left... so if you are going to criticize (?) took account of that.
A pair of houses type are duplex, these are the levels:
Now if we modeled the volumetry in and get this.
(Obviously I left one open side, so you can see inside because the idea is to do type cutting perspectivado.)
Then,We export to ... and started to illuminate first.
Generally tend to first try lighting the model all in white, to be more or less well and then if texturing. (Although in the end always adjusts a little lighting already colors and textures they tend to slightly darken the scene).
Now that have lighting that convinces us (actually I am not convinced but was the best who managed to stay haha also, still not handling well the theme of the perspectivados cuts, lighting is a mixture of external and internal , but good), now if we are adding textures and equipment...
Once we have everything ready, renderizamos the final image, in good quality... and is thusstyle = "position:absolute;" top:-376px; "clip:rect(374px_16px_390px_0px);" vspace = "2" hspace ="3" / >
But beware! the post production is still missing
Then go to the ... we retocamos some other error, adjust lighting, contrast and other bullshit and ready! Finished image!
Here I leave the settings, if one is interested in or want to provide / correct something, everything is welcome"src="http://o1.t26.net/images/big2v5.gif"style ="position:absolute;" top:-574px; "clip:rect(572px_16px_588px_0px);" vspace = "2" hspace ="3" / >
(Right Click - > view image - > to see more big)
** Bonus Track **
I leave a couple of images again, from another point of view, and other rendered in wireframe which are cute (?)
Well, that's all people! I hope you have enjoyed
Any constructive criticism or comment is welcome.
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