My beginnings in this exciting world
Hi! I'm Ilenia and this is my first year in the Rookies. I would like to show you some of the projects I have worked on since I started studying in Butic the new school, a place where I have learned a lot; much more than I could have imagined of this fascinating visualization world.
“I am always doing what I cannot do, so I may learn how to do it.” Pablo Picasso
1| THE GREEN BAR
This was the first project I did in the course using 3ds Max and V-ray. For this job we had to choose one of the colors proposed by the school; I chose the green one, and I wanted to replicate a Temakinho restaurant in Milan.
The main goal was to apply the theories I had learnt so far: modeling techniques, lighting and material configuration. Here I modelled some elements in the scene, the toughest part was to enrich the lighting.
3ds Max, V-ray, Marvelous Designer, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects
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2| Mediterranean sunset
The aim of the second exercise was to learn how to use Forest Pack. There was only one rule: we had to include Alberto Campo Baeza's Grob House and merge it into nature.
Here, I let myself get inspired by my homeland, Italy, with its wild beaches and warm sunsets.
3ds Max, Forest Pack, V-ray, Adobe Photoshop
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3| Organic Modelling
This was a technical exercise to practice organic modeling and the ability to observe and reproduce a reference object.
Here the most difficult parts were modeling the leaves and finding the correct texture. Another challenge was to create the dirt properly.
3ds Max, V-ray, Z-brush, Adobe Photoshop
4| Reschio Hotel
I wanted to replicate an interior scene of the Reschio hotel in Umbria (Italy), for a long time. This contest meant the needed opportunity to do so.
The hardest parts were finding the right light and recreating the texture of the bricks, where I even tried to model the bricks one by one.
The dining room table and chairs are assets from the library.
3ds Max, V-ray, Marvelous Designer, Adobe Photoshop
Special thanks to José Manuel Cuello Sáez for allowing me to use his statue.
Thanks for your time. I hope you enjoyed my work.