An Old Street Scene - Tip of the Week

Michal Franczak 2021-04-01 11:29 tutorial  > 3ds MAX  > modeling

Creating an old street exterior scene in 3ds Max and V-Ray.

This scene comes from Archexterios vol. 36 - a collection of ten restaurant exterior scenes for 3ds Max an V-Ray.

 

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Final rendered scene - an old town street with restaurant front and small tea garden. Warm colors are achieved by sun and sky system (sun is in low position).

 

 

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This scene is lit by Vray light - settings on the right. As you can see, we didn't model the whole buildings, just the front elevations with all needed details.

 

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The right wall consists of various elements grouped together - windows, frames, balcony, etc.

 

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Wall mesh wireframe

 

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Wall mesh elements separated

 

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Wall material

 

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Wall material - continued

 

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Dome light with HDRI map

 

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People are insterted as 2d cut-outs. We blurred them in render, simulating movement, so it is no issue and they don't compromise the realism of final render

 

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Cut-out material

 

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A shop exposition is not just an image, it contains textured 3d models.

 

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A bar umbrella mesh is a detailed model with lights.

 

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Bar umbrella mesh with wireframe.

 

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Bar furniture meshes.

 

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Bar table and chairs.

 

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A candle mesh

 

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Candle fire material

 

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Candle wax material

 

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Camera settings - notise low shutter speed (4 seconds) that gave us a possibility to record movement of 2d people silhouettes.

 

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Render settings.

Thanks for reading! Get the whole 10 scenes collection in Evermotion Shop - Archexteriors vol. 36.

 

 

 

Author: Michal Franczak Editor: Michał Franczak
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