Creating a dark interior - Tip of the Week

Michal Franczak 2020-01-23 13:46 tutorial  > 3ds MAX  > modeling

Archinterior created in 3ds Max and V-Ray.

This scene comes from Archinteriors vol. 54 for 3ds Max / V-ray. It is a collection of ten modern interiors. This is scene number 5.

nr_02337_AI54_005_Cam_01

Final render - camera 1

 

nr_02338_AI54_005_Cam_02

Final render - camera 2

 

nr_02341_AI54_005_Cam_01_Wire

Wireframe view - camera 1

 

nr_02342_AI54_005_Cam_02_Wire

Wireframe view - camera 2

 

1_overview_4

A scene in the viewport. when you open it it looks a bit dark, let's fix ti.

 

2_overview_flat

When you open drop-down menu in the top left corner of your viewport, you can change the shading to "flat color". This way it is easier to see what's in the scene.

 

3_planes_outside

Outside planes surrounding the scene - the big city will be visible outside the windows.

 

8_planes_closeup

Outside planes - close up

 

9_planesmat

Outside planes material.

 

19_view_outside

Outside plane visible through the window.

 

4_vraysun

VraySun is the main source of light.  Settings on the right.

 

5_topview

Top view of the scene.

 

6_cam1

Camera 1 settings.

 

7_cam2

Camera 2 settings

 

10_lights

there are light portals in all building openings for optimizing rendering time.

 

11_lightscont

There are many light sources in the scene - for example, we placed Vray Lights in lamps.

 

12_lightscont

Light sources are also placed under the sheves.

 

13_meshinside

Hanging lamp

 

14_meshinside

Hanging lamp mesh

 

20_lighting_mesh

Hanging lamp - close up.

 

21_light_inside

Hanging lamp - light sources are disc lights placed inside casing.

 

22_material

Hanging lamp material - we used refractive material for the parts of the light casings so the light from the Vray light discs can pass through and be visible by cameras.

 

17_bottles

Shelf for the wine bottles.

 

18_light_settings

Shelf is lit by rectangular lights, settings on the right.

 

16_render_settings

Render settings.

Thanks for reading! :)

 

Author: Michal Franczak Editor: Michał Franczak
Tags: vray kitchen interior 3dsmax room vray kitchen interior room
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