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Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:07 am

I started doing this several weeks ago, but due to a couple of work load, I had to shelve it for awhile, until yesterday, when I was able to grab some time to work on this scene again. This is more of a modeling challenge and a test in trying out a different lighting setup for me.

Workflow:

3dsMAX/vray/Photoshop.
Used a vray sphere light to simulate my sun + standard camera + exponential color mapping 2.1/2.8 = this crap.

Comments are welcome.

Dining


Kitchen


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To sir zdesign, and for those who are interested with the setup, here are the render settings for this scene.





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Post by jeric on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:12 am

grabe sir ang ganda very realistic po...picture like na po..
care to share your settings sir?

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Post by torring on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:18 am

Excellent modeling skill padi, very nice lighting... sa 1st image nasobrahan ata ng AO...
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Post by jarul on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:18 am

yung AO lang..para nang line tingnan...
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Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:19 am

jeric wrote:grabe sir ang ganda very realistic po...picture like na po..
care to share your settings sir?

Bale standard camera lang, and proper light position, tapos sa color mapping i played around with it. yung initial setting ko sa color mapping was 2.4/2.4, kaso, may mga dark spots, kaya, pinaglaruan ko, and got a good balance using 2.1/2.8 on my dark and bright multipliers.

Hope makatulong, salamat po.

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Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:20 am

torring wrote:Excellent modeling skill padi, very nice lighting... sa 1st image nasobrahan ata ng AO...

jarul wrote:yung AO lang..para nang line tingnan...

Ay oo, sa AO, i am still doing some tests on that one...i think i should have just stick to the default of 0.5 on the first dial. Comments are noted.

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Post by jarul on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:22 am

try mo 1 m radius..works for me..
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Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:26 am

jarul wrote:try mo 1 m radius..works for me..

wow! thanks sir jarul..gumagawa ako ng very simple test scene right now, box lang, hehe..to study that setting...para magamit sa next scene...maraming salamat ulit.

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Post by yaug_03 on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:41 am

this one looks real.since modelling practice naman ito, i suggest not to use those vases sa dining area, gasgas na siya tignan.and it's kinda awkward looking at them na nasa ibabaw ng books(kung books yung pinapatungan nila).and i agree with them sa AO.nice practice, keep it up.
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Post by arki_vhin on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:44 am

astig nanaman ang praktis mo sir,,,..comment po ako pwede?

-napansin ko same ng liwanag sa loob at sa labas ng bahay,..pero naka glow naman po yung pinakasky?,,,
- glass materials din sir...sobrang clear?di din ako sure kung mali ang tingin ko..
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Re: A Simple Interior - Rendering and modeling practice

Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:45 am

yaug_03 wrote:this one looks real.since modelling practice naman ito, i suggest not to use those vases sa dining area, gasgas na siya tignan.and it's kinda awkward looking at them na nasa ibabaw ng books(kung books yung pinapatungan nila).and i agree with them sa AO.nice practice, keep it up.

As for the vase, last minute addition, from a raket yan(yung interior design asked me to do it like that on my little raket), did not bother to change it, kasi wala talaga akong balak lagyan ng objects dyan, it looked bare, so ayan na lang muna nilagay ko, madami na akong pending na personal stuff na di pa tapos, kaya di na ako nagmodel, dahil atat na din akong tapusin siya..comment noted sir, thanks for dropping by.

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Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:48 am

arki_vhin wrote:astig nanaman ang praktis mo sir,,,..comment po ako pwede?

-napansin ko same ng liwanag sa loob at sa labas ng bahay,..pero naka glow naman po yung pinakasky?,,,
- glass materials din sir...sobrang clear?di din ako sure kung mali ang tingin ko..

ah..naglagay kasi ako ng light somewhere far right ng scene..di ko alam, parang malakas pa rin yata yung 2.5, as for the glass...i intentionally wanted it to look like clear glass...comments are noted bro..salamat sa pagdaan, ok lang magcomment, para lahat tayo sabay-sabay mag level up.

People who will bother to back read this will get enough pointers for sure. Thanks!!

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Post by markitekdesign on Mon Jul 19, 2010 7:50 am

ako naman..
-napapansin ko gumagaling ka lalo padi
-yong wood lang sakin padi,sana mas dark pa, para lalong umangat ang kitchen mo padi..IMHO...
http://www.kitchenremodelideas.com/galleries/woodworks/wood-cabinets.jpg
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Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 7:53 am

markitekdesign wrote:ako naman..
-napapansin ko gumagaling ka lalo padi
-yong wood lang sakin padi,sana mas dark pa, para lalong umangat ang kitchen mo padi..IMHO...
http://www.kitchenremodelideas.com/galleries/woodworks/wood-cabinets.jpg

Salamat sa comment padi, yun ang problema ko ngayon, kasi namatay na yung external ko na pinaglagyan ng lahat ng textures ko, kaya, nag iipon ulit ako ngayon, yung wood na yan ang mga natira dito sa akin..salamat sa reference image.

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Re: A Simple Interior - Rendering and modeling practice

Post by jeric on Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:04 am

arkiedmund wrote:
jeric wrote:grabe sir ang ganda very realistic po...picture like na po..
care to share your settings sir?

Bale standard camera lang, and proper light position, tapos sa color mapping i played around with it. yung initial setting ko sa color mapping was 2.4/2.4, kaso, may mga dark spots, kaya, pinaglaruan ko, and got a good balance using 2.1/2.8 on my dark and bright multipliers.

Hope makatulong, salamat po.
salamat sir try ko din ito tinuro mo Crazy_Lion

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Re: A Simple Interior - Rendering and modeling practice

Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:07 am

@jeric: thanks, glad it was of help to you..

here's a link that can help you:
http://rbmg.blogspot.com/2007/10/simplified-diffirent-approach-to.html

enjoy..

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Post by zdesign on Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:25 am

woooow,maganda tong practice na to...dagdag ko lang yong white stool/chair kasi nakita ko pa ang sample mo e,mas maganda siguro kung rotate mo sya para mas makita ang back rest nya considering sa reference mo mas maganda ganun ang makikita sa view mo.galing ng model mo ha...share nga ang setting kahit su ako tol wahihihi
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Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:32 am

zdesign wrote:woooow,maganda tong practice na to...dagdag ko lang yong white stool/chair kasi nakita ko pa ang sample mo e,mas maganda siguro kung rotate mo sya para mas makita ang back rest nya considering sa reference mo mas maganda ganun ang makikita sa view mo.galing ng model mo ha...share nga ang setting kahit su ako tol wahihihi

Oo nga ano..very good idea sir zdesign, dapat nga yata rotate para ma-showcase yung stool...Setting? you mean render settings? sige sir, i'll try to make a screen capture so i can share the setting to this scene. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Post by Mang Gorio on Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:41 am

galing ng mga practice ninyo sir
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Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:44 am

Mang Gorio wrote:galing ng mga practice ninyo sir

salamat..oo, puro practice lang talaga ako, wala akong kinikita sa 3d ko eh...malapit ko nang gawing hobby ito...he he he...

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Post by arkitrix on Mon Jul 19, 2010 9:18 am

nice pade,,, modelling and rendering ayos,,tama sila sa AO lang,,, thumbsup
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Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 9:32 am

arkitrix wrote:nice pade,,, modelling and rendering ayos,,tama sila sa AO lang,,, thumbsup

Salamat pade...next time, hopefully ma-ayos na natin yan.

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Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 5:51 pm

To everyone, i just added the scene setup and render settings for your careful dissection and as a way of helping out specially the newbies.

Enjoy!

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Post by bongskeigle on Mon Jul 19, 2010 7:19 pm

galing nito sir akz...
AO lng a bit strong for me.
i appreciate it, you are indeed helping the newbies.
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Post by arkiedmund on Mon Jul 19, 2010 7:20 pm

bongskeigle wrote:galing nito sir akz...
AO lng a bit strong for me.
i appreciate it, you are indeed helping the newbies.

thanks sir...

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