Making of an Evening Street Scene - Tip of the Week

Michal Franczak 2020-08-11 13:26 tutorial  > 3ds MAX  > modeling

A breakdown of Evermotion Archexteriors city scene.

This scene comes from Archexteriors vol. 35 - a collection of ten city scenes made for 3ds Max and V-Ray.  This is the scene number 9 from this collection. Archexteriors vol. 35 can be purchased via Evermotion Shop site.

 

01_cover

The final render of the scene. There are many light sources for creating cosy, holiday mood.

 

02_overview_2

An overview of the scene.

 

03_16

This is one of eight buildings included in this scene.

 

04_16

Building material

 

05_13

Street / ground.

 

06_10

Street / ground material

 

09_8

Lights are illuminating trees from below for more dramatic effect. Settings on the right.

 

10_14

V-Ray light lister

 

animated_building.gifBuildings are not a simple bricks, they are detailed and made of many elements.

 

13_proxy

Street trees are proxies - models come from Archmodels vol. 210 and are modified to suit the scene.

 

15_meshes

The leaves visible on the street surface are not a single texture - they are in fact scattered meshes.

 

15_tree

The small lamps around trees are tangled as a separate mesh.

 

16_tree

Lamps close-up.

 

17_lamps

A lamp with a wire - close up.

 

18_lamp_mat_01

Lamp material - multi material settings

 

18_lamp_mat_02

Lamp material - emission settings

 

18_lamp_mat_03

Lamp material - wire material

 

19_car

We included a car in the scene that was imported and modified for scene purposes. The car model comes from Archmodels vol. 132.

 

render_settings_17

Render settings

 

 

 

 

Author: Michal Franczak Editor: Michał Franczak
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