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Saturday, August 18, 2012
Architectural Interior Visualization: Lighting & Texture Study
I am currently in the process of pumping up my portfolio. I did these 3d architectural interior renderings about a month ago to push myself in the use of lighting effects such as Rays, Fog, and Glow, to experiment with some realistic textures such as brick, wood, and chrome, and to start getting some photo-realistic projects into the mix of my portfolio. This is one of several pieces that I am in the process of developing. I have been seeing such amazing work lately in the Interior Design & Architecture community that has truly inspired me to push myself further. My advice this week for anyone seeking to push their 3d skills to the next level is to constantly be looking through other professionals work to gauge what the expected quality of top ranking artists currently is and do not settle for less in your own work. Check these out and let me know what you think. Hi-res renders are coming soon!
(posting description: 3d Interior Architectural Visualization Renderings of a modern condo living room with white brick walls and wood floors featuring dramatic effects such as fog, rays, and glow.)
Software used: 3ds Max & Mental Ray