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1. EVERMOTION S.C., 8 Przędzalniana Str., 15-688 Białystok, Poland is the Administrator of your Personal Data (APD)

2. Data Protection Inspector can be reached through e-mail:

3. Your personal data are to be processed on the basis of art. 6 section 1 letter a, b and f of RODO in order to:
a) prepare, conclude and execute the agreement and for other purposes approved by you,
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10. Your data will be automatically processed, including the form of profiling.
11. You are obligated to forward above mentioned information to your representative, especially if you appointed this person in the agreement as the contact person or as the representative for the agreement execution.


Making of Loft Interior - Tip of the Week

Barbara Witkowska 2017-05-26 11:12 tutorial  > 3ds MAX  > modeling

We are breaking down a scene 9 from Archinteriors vol. 46.

This scene is inspired by interior design and CGI by Algimantas Raubiška: visit and

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Post-production / raw render - slide to see the differences



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The lof scene in 3ds Max viewport.


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The scene overvieew - camera settings on the right.


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The scene is lit by VraySun and VraySky (Preetham model). All settings are on the right.



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VraySky settings.


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We used two background meshes. The further is dome - it is used for background sky.




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Sky map of a dome.


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The second background map is used for city buildings.


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We used a b&w bitmap to limit buildings bitmap opacity only to lower area.


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Building mesh with light portals in the windows.


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Brick Ceiling material is based on one brick bitmap that was altered and placed also in Reflect, Bump and glossiness slots.


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Walls material is a bit different - we have bricks covered (but not entirely) by plaster. We mixed appropiate bitmaps in 3ds max.


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Chair mesh.


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Chair materials.


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Lather material.


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Leather material - we used orange /brownish bitmap and changed the hue.


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then we composited it with some dirty bitmap and used VrayDirt as a mask.


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Chair - details.


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Hanging lamps.


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One lamp mesh.


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Lamp material - bumpy, dirty glass.


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Lamp "lighting stick" - it emits light.


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Emissive material settings. 


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Post-production - really subtle one: we only added separate passes (with screen or lighten modes) to achieve more details in specular / refractive areas and then we placed vignette on top of that.





Final image after post-production




Author: Barbara Witkowska Editor: Michał Franczak
Tags: interior loft
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mikekaliven87 16:12:38  |  30-06-2017
Great article Many details, everything is clear)