Bath with a view

(rd2studio) #1

Hey everyone! Here is my latest render of a bathroom with a view! In this rendered view, I wanted to focus on the bathtub and the components around the tub, including material and lighting. I will have more renders on this scene to come in the near future. Enjoy!

Model: Blender 2.8
Render phase: Blender Cycles
Post-production: Photoshop

PANO - Bath with a View
(Photox) #2

Top shelf modeling and lighting. A really pleasing and effortless feel to it. Is this cycles? I feel more and more that current (2019) cycles renders are looking more and more like unbiased engines (corona, octane, vray) from a couple years ago.

(rd2studio) #3

Agreed! Cycles has greatly improved over the past few years. Yes, this render was done 100% in Blender 2.8 and with Cycles. I have a few dedicated Render Passes that I created, similar to what VRay produces, to enhance the quality. I’m still working out a few things with the nodes but I think I’m getting close.

(Bart Veldhuizen) #4

I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend :slight_smile:

(rd2studio) #5

Hi Bartv!
Thank you so much! I’m giddy with excitement!!! This is so cool!!!
Working on the next project and hope to have something up in a few days.

Go Blender!

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(birdnamnam) #6

I feel that the light inside the room doesn’t correspond with the light intensity that the background image seems to have. Other than that, nice scene.

(rd2studio) #7

Thanks for pointing that out. I’ll have a look at it and re-render. You’re right…it should have more brightness or something.

(rd2studio) #8

Hey everyone! So earlier, I did a render of this bath scene, look below.

NOW, I have an update on this view. I finished out the rest of the model and did a PANORAMIC VIEW. I increased the resolution to 3840x3840 and made some modifications as needed.
Hope you enjoy navigating it!

Model: Blender 2.8
Render phase: Blender Cycles
Post-production: Photoshop
Panoramic: Memento360

(Bart Veldhuizen) #9

I merged this with the existing post.

(rd2studio) #10

Oh, haha, thank you!

Quick question, I’m trying to embed the VR 360 onto the page but the result is a little link. The website allows me to embed the 360 VIEW so you can navigate here, live. Is there a way to do that on this platform?

I was told to use this link:

iframe height =“300px” width =“75%” allowfullscreen =“true” src=""></iframe

but it doesn’t seem to be working.

Any thoughts?

(Photox) #11

Your tags are missing the < and > and there is a space in front of https.

should be:

<iframe height =“300px” width =“75%” allowfullscreen =“true” src=""></iframe>

(rd2studio) #12

Hi Photox,

I took those off because this site wouldn’t let me reveal that.

I typed this in: <iframe height="350px" width="75%" allowfullscreen="true" src=""></iframe>

and nothing appeared. I wonder if it has something to do with this site?

(Photox) #13

I see, yeah I don’t know exactly what you can embed in a post here.