Interior rendering

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Interior rendering

Post by Emmanuel » 19 Oct 2019, 09:31

Using tS7.6 + VRay
Emmanuel Asset interior 01.jpg
Emmanuel Asset interior 02.jpg

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Re: Interior rendering

Post by bitkar » 19 Oct 2019, 09:48

that is an excelent job, mate! Really, it looks photoreal. Especially the second image is perfect. How many polygons overall?
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Re: Interior rendering

Post by Emmanuel » 19 Oct 2019, 10:26

bitkar wrote:
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How many polygons overall?
Not so much. First scene is 14 Mb (38 066 vertices in total) and the second scene is 20 Mb.

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Re: Interior rendering

Post by bitkar » 19 Oct 2019, 18:24

wow, i thought its more polys! Good job on that aspect too.
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Re: Interior rendering

Post by Saul » 20 Oct 2019, 17:06

Do people really want to live in places like that?
Not sure we should be putting our talents to supporting this nuclear IKEA 'paradise'.

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Re: Interior rendering

Post by Emmanuel » 20 Oct 2019, 19:58

Good reflexion. Is it immoral to design some people's dreams... ?
These are housing to be built in the Paris overcrowded suburbs. Personnaly, I agree with you Saul : I couldn't live in such places. I even can't stand in a city more than a week !
But on the other hand, some people actually really like this kind of 45 m2 flats filled with boring -but sooo functional- IKEA furnishing. At least, these will not suffer homesickness if a nuclear winter is forcing them to live the rest of their life in a vault-city :mrgreen:

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