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    Loft of Art

    Hi Guys! Just few information about my idea of loft.
    I've always loved art and artists studios, places where artists can stay alone in silence, getting the inspiration they need for their job.
    I used to paint and draw a lot and I've always wanted a private space to relax and focus on what I liked the most.
    That's the reason why I thought about an Art studio when I decided to join this challenge. I think that lofts are perfect spaces for artists and I'd really love living and working in one of them!

    Here you can find some reference images to better understand my idea, good luck to you all!

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    This is the sketch of my idea of loft, I won't use a lot of furniture or entourage, I want to keep it as simple as I can, to let us better focus on the story the image wants to tell.
    It's a daytime shot, a lot of light comes through the window, it's sunday. the space is the studio af a young painter and that's the reason why the main piece of furniture will be a painting easel. in my idea there will be the artist (a girl) sitting on the windowsill, drinking a cup of tea.
    I need to move! the time is running out!


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    Here I am again! this time with some modelling shots and the furniture and the entourage I've chosen to use for my scene.
    For the wood floor I was inspired by a very nice paving I saw in Arundel Castle (UK) during a daytrip I did last summer.
    I've always used Vray as render engine but this time I want to try to use corona. It's the first time for me and I think that an interior like this would be perfect to learn.

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    and this is the camera view

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    the lighting is very simple, I just used an overcast HDRI sky because I didn't want direct shadows but only soft ones.

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    A small region of the raw render and the material of the paving that is super simple


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    And this is the image I've chosen to be the background, this is the view from my friend's place

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    And this is the photo I will use for the girl on the windowsill, the model is a friend of mine

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    For my render I'm using 3ds Max 2014 and corona renderer, Adobe Photoshop for the post-production. The 3d models I used are mostly from Evermotion and a few from model+model
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    This is my base render, I'm going to change the ceiling a little bit but the rest it's pretty much done. There will be a lot of post-production

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    Looks good so far, I like the small details on the floorboards.
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    Thank you very much RaduR!

    here a crop with post-production.... almost there!!
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    #13

    Looking awesome!
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    Thank you MikeJohnson!!
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    #15

    wow.. the paint job is simply awesome! can't wait to see your final entry!!
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    Hi all! these are the photos I took to add some entourage into my scene in postproduction

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    #17

    I can't wait to see the final result!!
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: simovola
    I can't wait to see the final result!!
    The final entry will come shortly
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    And this is my final Entry! Hope you like it!

    Title: Tea Time
    Software used: 3dsmax 2014, corona renderer, Adobe photoshop
    3d Models: evermotion, model + model

    Looking forward to see the other images!
    Good luck to all!!

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    #20

    congratulation nice
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