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Tuesday, September 8, 2015
3d Architectural and Interior Visualization: Tron Suite and Concrete Penthouse
As I mentioned in my previous post, again, I have found myself working in the Architecture and Interior Design industry for the past couple of years.
If you follow my blog from its beginnings you know that when I first graduated from school (back in 2010) I worked for a couple of years doing Retail Design for a company called Ayalas Inc.
After a hiatus from interior design/ architecture, during which time I worked on 3d Illustrations and Motion Graphics (as well as 2d illustration, 3d animation, and graphic design) for a internet startup/ website that is about to launch called www.LifeTimeStock.com, I re-entered the Architecture/ Interior Design business with Steelman Partners, one of the highest grossing and productive Hospitality Design firms in the world.
Since my beginnings with Steelman Partners, my 3d and Design skills have grown exponentially on a daily basis. I currently find myself in charge of 2-5 projects at a time which include visualizing spaces such as hotel rooms, hotel lobbies, casinos, nightclubs, spas, shopping malls and many more large scale hospitality spaces.
Some days I model 10+ pieces of highly detailed furniture, chandeliers, sculptures, or even whole interior spaces.
Below are a couple of interior spaces for penthouse/ hotel concepts that I designed and created in my spare time using %100 assets which I modeled, textured, and created lighting for myself.
Both are works in progress (as are all great works of art.) For these I used 3ds Max and V-Ray.
Please feel free to let me know what you think. As I mentioned, both are works in progress and I will be updating them as I have more spare time for personal work.
If you have any questions about techniques used please feel free to email me or comment. I have been having a lot of fun with these designs and I look forward to posting some of my professional projects in the near future.