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    Whola Lotta Loft! - Challenge 2015 - A peace of my own

    Hi.

    For this competition i designed a place of peace.
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    These are my sketches and some of my references for the concept of the loft.
    I imagined a huge interior with a high ceiling and a small terrace as a mezzanine both filled with plants and warm colors. In doing so i meant to create contrast between a cold exterior and a warm interior.

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    Every furniture,rug and the parquet floor is modelled from the scratch. The blanket and the curtains are from Vizpeople.
    I used plant models from Evermotion ,Vizpark and Johannes Lindqvist. Books are from model plus model and evermotion.

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    Texturing took a lot of time. For walls, steel beams, the floor, windows and the chaise lounge, i unwrapped and painted in PS. For the plants, i color corrected some and retextured most. In order to get the right shadows and a sense of depth from the chaise lounge i modelled the cane seating and got the normal maps.
    I also used textures from Grant Warwick's tutorial.


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    At first i used an exr environment map for the general lighting. But controlling the shadows was hard even with the .75 gamma trick so instead i used vray sky+vray sun solution. Then i put main lights for the scounce and the lamps. When i am satisfied with the result i placed a few soft boxes.
    Rendering took longer than i anticipated to be honest. So much complex material took a toll on render times. I used IR+LC instead of BF.
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    Softwares: 3dsmax 2012, Vray 2.30, PS CS 6,MArvelous Designer 5 Color correct by Cuneyt Ozdas, Unique Material Id by Cgsource.

    Here is my final image. It was a wonderful experience so thank you.

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