Making of "Stylish Bedroom" in Blender

Michal Franczak 2018-11-26 08:38 tutorial  > Blender  > lighting

Breakdown of Blender scene from Archinteriors vol. 48.

 

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Final render

 

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Wireframe view.

 

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Scene seen by camera 1 in Blender viewport.

 

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Textures view

 

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Highly detailed sofa model

 

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Wireframe of sofa seat.

 

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Sofa model consists of 3 elements.

 

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It was textured in Substance Painter, so each model is unwrapped with unique UVs.

 

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The only light in the scene is provided by Sky Texture in World settings. We desaturated it with Hue / Saturation node.

 

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To increase speed of rendering we placed light portals in windows.

 

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All light portals selected.

 

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Building "exploded" - you can see individual meshes. It's better from texturing perspective to separate surfaces and gain texel density during texturing. This way we get more details on each surface.

 

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Wall (and all other opaque and non-emissive models) uses standard Principled BDSF shader

 

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Wall shader

 

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Render settings

The whole collection can be found in Evermotion Shop: Archinteriors vol. 48 for Blender.

Author: Michal Franczak Editor: Michał Franczak
Tags: blender
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