Making of a Loft - Tip of the Week

Marcin Białecki 2016-12-05 14:27 tutorial  > 3ds MAX  > modeling

Breakdown of a scene 003 from Archinteriors vol. 46.

This loft is one of interiors from Archexteriors vol. 46 collection which will be in available in Evermotion Shop soon.

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This is a final image after post production.

 

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Wireframe

 

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To achieve this "wire effect" I used the VrayEdgeTex Map.

 

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The loft is divided into seven zones.

 

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Living room.

 

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Dining room

 

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Kitchen.

 

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Wardrobe.

 

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Bedroom.

 

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Images above shows how was developed a form of aircraft. First of all were created sections and basing on them I made a simple body mesh.

This interior is composed of more than a hundred different models. They are mapped and ready to use on other projects. Below you will find a presentation of some of them.

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Model.

 

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Environment.

 

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Models.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Model.

 

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Camera settings

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Most our scenes are lit by VraySun & VraySky.  This time is lit by Skyportal only. This is because in order to achieve a soft light as in the case of a cloudy day.

 

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This time is lit by Skyportal only. This is because in order to achieve a soft light as in the case of a cloudy day.The Environment section in V-Ray render parameters is where you can specify a color and a texture map to be used during GI and reflection/refraction calculations. If you don't specify a color/map then the background color and map specified in the 3ds Max Environment dialog will be used by default.

 

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Vray Settings. You can download the vray settings (VRAY PRESET) here.

 

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Preview of textures used in the scene.

 

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Step by Step process of making nice wooden floor.

 

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Additional render - camera 2.

 

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Additional render - camera 3.

 

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Additional render - camera 4.

 

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Additional render - camera 5.


Thanks for reading and don't forget to visit Evermotion Shop - Archinteriors vol. 46 are coming soon!

Author: Marcin Białecki Editor: Michał Franczak
Tags: loft marcin bialecki
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Tron-mon-gone20:26:41  |  06-12-2016
Hi there, I'm under the impression that the color correction map does not support high dynamic range images. I see that you are using the color correction to desaturate the vray sky map... have you noticed that it limits the amount of light produced?
mbialecki11:11:04  |  12-12-2016
Hi Tron, I did not notice that it changed the intensity of light. You can always change the "shutter speed" in camera to control this if you need :)
jfgiroux16:24:17  |  30-01-2017
Hi, could you please share your displacement map settings for the brick? .. mine never look as good as yours .. Thanks!

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