Making of Art Deco Interior - Tip of the Week

Michał Franczak 2014-09-19 14:00 tutorial  > 3ds MAX  > rendering

Making of golden luxury art deco interior inspired by famous Beaufort bar located in Savoy hotel in London.

When you are looking for elegant, romantic, cabaret-styled piano bar in London you could not find a better place than the Beaufort Bar in Savoy Hotel. This interior was inspired by its classy style. For more art deco interiors, check our Archinteriors vol. 32 collection. This scene was modeled and set with 3DS Max and rendered with V-Ray (check V-Ray price!). This scene was made by Piotr Mróz.

Check out this scene in Evermotion Shop.

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Final image. The most profound part of this image are golden niches. There are also many target lights in the ceiling.

 

 

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Wireframe

 

 

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View from camera

 

 

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Top view of this scene

 

 

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Overview. You can see that the most of lights are target lights, there are two additional VrayLights (planes) on the sides of the camera.

 

 

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Both VrayLights (planes) share the same settings.

 

 

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Target light settings

 

 

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Target lights were also put in niches with different filter settings.

 

 

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VrayPhysicalCamera settings.

 

 

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Golden niches are separate objects.

 

 

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Gold material is VrayBlend material that consists of two VrayMaterials.

 

 

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Base material settings and maps.

 

 

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Coat material settings and maps

 

 

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Marble columns

 

 


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Marble material is pretty simple - it has a single diffuse map.

 

 

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We also included some art deco furniture in this scene. Including the grand piano.

 

 

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Lamp

 

 

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Lamp material and maps

 

 

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Render settings

 

 

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RGB output

 

 

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Passes

 

 

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Photoshop layers

 

 

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Animated GIF showing post production stages

 

 

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Final image

Thanks for reading! Please, leave your comment if you have any questions.

 

Author: Michał Franczak Editor: Michal Franczak
Tags: archinteriors archinteriors beaufortbar archinteriorsvol.32 beaufortbar archinteriorsvol.32
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zonademagia14:53:50  |  19-09-2014
Hey!, this kind of "Making of" are a lie! Nothing to learn in the low information that the article give us. How many time do you spend making this? Five minutes? We expect a lot more of you guys! Evermotion is synonymous of perfection! :)
dr_After15:34:40  |  19-09-2014
@zonedemagia: 1. this is not a full tutorial, but a tip, kind of preview, simple scene breakdown. Full in-depth tutorials are in our ArchViZ training courses. But we are open for suggestions - what would you like to see here? More material settings? Higher texture resolutions? More descriptions / explanations?
zonademagia18:06:51  |  19-09-2014
Hi dr_After, sorry if my comment sounded violent, wasn't my intention. I think that a Making of can be more helpful if it had more than just few screenshots. In my opinion, these links below are good examples: http://www.evermotion.org/tutorials/show/8072/making-of-my-green-villa http://www.ronenbekerman.com/making-nylenne-gallery/ Greetings from Argentine!
dr_After18:29:27  |  19-09-2014
@zonademagia: I get it, thanks for your explanation. I will add some more content to this tutorial in a couple of days. Have a nice weekend!
detarenji10:34:07  |  20-09-2014
@zenademagia hey respect his work bro, there is not a course you know...
zonademagia15:12:48  |  22-09-2014
@detarenji Hi detarenji, precisely because I respect his work, is that I take the risk of tell him what I think. Otherwise I would surely have ignored this Making of. Regards, Javier
dr_After15:53:25  |  22-09-2014
It's ok! Every opinion is welcome here and we really appreciate it! we do not do it just for ourselves, but for you - our users. Your opinion matters.

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