Creating Modern Living Room in Blender - Tip of the Week

Michal Franczak 2018-08-22 09:08 tutorial  > Blender  > modeling

Making of interior from Archinteriors vol. 48 for Blender.

This scene comes from Archinteriors vol. 48 for Blender. It is the third scene from 10-scene collection. You can order this single scene or entire collection in Evermotion Shop.

nr_00906_AI48_003

This is a final render after post-production. Raw image is not very different from final stage - post-production was made netirely in Blender and it consisted of creating subtle vignette effect.

 

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Vignette nodes in post-production

 

nr_00901_003

Wireframe view of the final scene.

 

01_viewport_2

Scene in Blender viewport.

 

02_viewport_1

Another view of the scene. The interior consists of a large living room, small bedroom in the back and two middle-sized empty rooms to the left.

 

03_wall_tiles

Tiles on the wall - mesh is quite detailed, although it's barely visible to the camera.

 

04_wall_tiles

Mesh is made from an array of single tiles - the most common way of creating reapeating shapes.

 

aa

Single tile mesh.

 

05_wall_tiles_material

Tiles material. Materials were created in Substance Painter. As we first created them with V-Ray in mind, you can see glossiness map instead roughness map. Basically each material is made with the same scheme: diffuse map, specular map, glossiness map and normal map. We invert glossiness and add two nodes for controlling diffuse and roughness intensity.

 

06_wall_tiles_textures

Tiles textures - diffuse on the top and glossiness on the bottom. 

 

07_floor_mesh

Floor mesh.

 

08_floor_closeup

Floor close-up.

 

09_rug

Rug mesh.

 

10_rug_material

Rug material.

 

rug_gif.gif

Rug diffuse / glossiness / normal map.

14_tree_corona

A tree (rather just a top of it) placed behind windows.

 

15_plane

Plane for external view and the bitmap.

 

16_glass

Glass material.

 

17_camera

Camera settings.

 

18_light_portal

Light portal.

 

19_sun

Sun settings.

 

20_render_settings

Render settings.

Thanks for reading! Wanna see more? Go to Evermotion Shop and check out  this single scene or entire collection. Or browse Blender tutorials on Evermotion site.

Author: Michal Franczak Editor: Michał Franczak
Tags: blender cycles cycles
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