Piano room: the armchairs by robodesign ()
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Hello, guys!Today, I'm proud to announce a new personal project I completed. During the last year I worked on a photorealistic 3D scene for further advancing my skills in architectural visualisation. With this project I learned a lot about Vray and about lighting ;). The project consisted of reproducing an entire room in 3D. I'm happy now to see it done.
The work on this project was started initially in may 2005, but after several months, I stopped working on it. In july 2007, I restarted the project, remodelling almost all objects. I completed it in late august 2009. The main subject of the project is a piano from 1868, which I like very much. On the front of it, you can read: "Ehren preis. Franz Chalupny in Wien. Auszeichnung 1868".
- Modelled and textured in Cinema 4D R11 and rendered with Vray 1.1.
- Polygons: 4 275 906.
- Objects: 2560.
- Textures: 146 files in 2,56Gb.
- Shaders: 223.
- Lighting: physical sky.
- Render time: 6 days all three renders, simultaneously.
CreditsThanks to all the fine people from #cinema4d on irc.arcor.de (in no particular order): Michael Auerbach (Cinemike), Philipp Althoff (Budorange), Boris Eissrich (Yakuza), Dagmar Patzer, Nina Markiewicz, Sebastian Rath, Stefan Laub from VrayforC4D, Ole Trenner (o_gardiner) and special thanks to Giel-Jan Wijns (Duron) for saving me months and even years of rendering with the final quality.
Any critiques or feedback is welcome.
Image Comments (5)
ramzaforcelaguna () 10:38AM | Tue, 01 September 2009
wow te quedo increiblemente muy bien el realismo es excelente
strata () 6:17PM | Tue, 01 September 2009
This is as great as the first! Superb lighting and POV. :) Strata
IO4 () 1:00AM | Wed, 02 September 2009
Stunning work! The realism is fantastic, not just from the textures and lighting, but the arrangement of the room - it looks like a real lived in room, not a show room:)