Making of Flotilla

Marina Ivanova 2014-06-02 11:13 tutorial  > 3ds MAX  > texturing

Interior visualization tutorial by Marina Ivanova.

Greeting to all readers!

My name is Maria (my Facebook page), I am from Russia, thanks to Evermotion I have an opportunity to tell you about my project "Flotilla". This is a little story about simple solutions in the interior. It is also easy to implement in max. My main tools are 3ds Max, V-ray and Photoshop, I'm really satisfied with the results they give.

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Final render

 

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Wireframe

 

Okay, here we go. There are no special tricks, everything is very simple. We used the models from library, so we put our focus on materials, lighting and post processing.

 

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Lighting - the scene is illuminated by a simple scheme: VraySun + VrayLight windows

 

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Lighing

 

 

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Wall texture

 

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Floor texture

 

 

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Scene settings

 

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Post processing

 

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Post processing

 

Thank you for reading. I hope you found it interesting! you can visit my Facebook page: Marina Ivanova on Facebook.

Author: Marina Ivanova Editor: Michal Franczak
Tags: flotilla
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jcnjcn06:18:17  |  05-06-2014
Congrats, excelent work!!! How do you configure each vray filter map in photoshop?
tita300716:49:33  |  09-06-2014
excelente trabajo!
Bubar19:35:31  |  10-06-2014
Awesome!
diegroncho00:30:17  |  25-06-2014
Great tutorial!!! Could you tell me something about the camera setting?

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