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Slowly but surely I'm learning ArchViz

Slowly but surely I'm learning ArchViz

by pentasilea on 1 Jun 2020 for Rookie Awards 2020

I have spent the last year and a half learning Arch Viz. First, through a one-year course and now on my own. During this period I have spent a lot of time gaining knowledge to be able to face any image. Now I want to keep working, practising and generating material in shorter times. I'm going for all!

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These have been my first two images since I started in visualization.

It was based on a Revit 3D model of Villa dall'Ava by Rem Koolhaas which I imported to 3D Max. It is where I first practiced lighting and materials and used Forest Pack (to create the grass and tree leaves). The path of the house and the terrain around it was the first thing I modelled in 3D max.

I have used 3D max, Vray, Forest Pack and Photoshop for post-production and character integration.

This is the first scene I fully modelled in 3Dmax. The faces on the ground were a big challenge for me, as I had to try many things until I got the result I was looking for. Along the way I learned a lot of new things like Particles Systems, Proxies or Unwrap.

I have used 3D max, Vray and Photoshop for post-production and character integration.

These are the last images that I have finished. I designed them full of elements that involve new learning challenges. Here some of them: Marvelous Designer to model linens and cushions, Low Poly modelling to create some of the buildings behind the windows, different techniques to model carpets, Floor Generator to create the wood floor and wall tiles. Doing them also help me to keep improving  materials creation, texturing and lighting.

I have used 3D max, Vray, Marvelous Designer  and Photoshop.

Now it is time continue learning and get more and more knowledge, agility and speed.

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