Hello Peeps! Here's another bathroom scenes. Done with AutoCAD, Max8, Vray, a bit of PSCS2. Hope you enjoy! Tnx for the views and Comments! ;)
Dec 1, 2006 6:26:42 amby grae Homepage »
Very competent job. You have managed to fit a large variety of materials and make them work together. Also some nice angles (and some not so nice - option 3 is claustrophobic but I understand is view from shower) from such a small space. I see your drapes are a flat bitmap, it would not be a concern to me if for example they were not reflective and you could not see the top rail. Nice touch with the towels and cloth! So few interiors have realistic fabric in this fashion. Lighting is crisp.
Dec 1, 2006 7:29:44 amby apl3d Homepage »
To Grae: Tnx buddy! :) by the way about the drapes.. it is not "reflective" but the "clear glass wall" before it, behind that drapes is the bedroom (this is for hotel bedroom actually) and we cannot see the top rail of it coz it is hidden from the ceiling..the ceiling has this space for downlights and drapes.. Yes! your right about the angles of scene 3. In actual photography it is very hard to take photo from a small space like bathroom and in 3D I also having the same problem..so I decided to setup the camera in a vey wide angle about 20mm and sometimes pulling out some walls.. tnx again dude! :)
Dec 1, 2006 9:42:00 pmby Odessey Homepage »
I second the notion what "grae " says apperent that your max and vray skills are being fine tuned , love your texture plan and layout looks very well planned out, as stated above nice draping of materials .The hand sink looks a little over curved in the design but thats just me ! massive ammounts of glass to be cleaned, truly a housekeeper will be in need for this beauty of a house !
Excellent work again.