Old apartment adaptation - an interior archviz.
Personal project with focus on some details. I did this project to improve my interior skills and to be honest these are my first interior renders in cycles. It is not perfect but I had a certain idea for a scene that I really wanted to create and add to my portfolio. My main focus was to come close to realism and this is the result:
Textures mostly are from cc0textures but also from textures.com. I have modeled few things myself but most of the models are from 3dsky, chocofur and 3D Shaker (blendermarket)
If you like my work please visit my behance page to check out my other projects: https://www.behance.net/szostakowski
Hi. I’ve just some minor suggestions:
- table and chairs sets are symmetry-like;
- the walls are glossy a few more;
- the kitchen faucet is more plastic-like glossy, increase glossiness, adds some coating and some another light-brownish/bronze-like color.
Thanks for feedback, I will definitely look this up
How did you light the scene? I always have trouble lighting scenes where it looks too dark, where as your scene is bright with high contrast and light shadows. Did you use a single HDRI or what. Any advice would be very helpful.
I’ve used a setup similar to what is used in a scene here: [Free scene] Loft interior design by @Holi_Home (it’s free and it is awesome!) I don’t remember the exact values I’ve used and I don’t have acces to my pc right now to check it but I what gave the scene this specific high contrast look was high gloss value set to 100. HDRi used in the scene was this one: https://hdrihaven.com/hdri/?h=kloetzle_blei I will post a screen with my setup within few days Hope I’ve helped!
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Hello again! So this is a setup I have promised:
Overall I really recomend it because it gives a lot of control over your scene and over some details like brighteness of gloss and such. Try it yourself
This project got a Behind the Scenes article on Blendernation if someone is interested. Here’s a link: https://www.blendernation.com/2020/07/27/behind-the-scenes-old-apartment-adaptation/