An interesting work on a house immersed in nature and taken in every aspect. For more pictures click here.
Amazing image from Ciro Sannino who created a vray interior, without gravity, totally inspired by the recent movie “Gravity”.
In this breakdown he explores various aspect of this work following the 5 steps of the 5SRW method to apply photography to V-Ray.
Check out this incredible work > vray interior
3D visualisations are an integral part of today´s architectural, design and advertising landscape.
Transporting vision and emotional content, they translate the creative process into a transparent visual language.
From photorealistic details to newly created imaginary worlds, the virtually unlimited possibilities of CGI aid all stages of the design and planning process and provide invaluable support to marketing and advertising strategies.
In this moment Cg-Blog is the best place to study Rendering with V-Ray as practical application of photographic concepts. On Cg Blog you can’t find loooonger (and boring) videos, you can’t find simple tutorials like “just-click-here”.
On Cg Blog you can find real “Lessons”, with theory and applications. The teacher explains you WHY, everything is LOGICAL and this is preatty rare for V-Ray Trainings! If you’re looking for a real school, with exercises and a teacher to ask questions so.. no doubts! Choose Cg Blog!!!
Composition in 60th old style.
Produced with: 3ds Max / Vray / Photoshop / Polyboost
Author: Lasse Rode / Studio xoio
The Berlin based studio xoio has been established in 2006 by Peter Stulz and Lasse Rode. It is specialized in high-quality emotive architecture and product visualization. The team at xoio consists of people who have an architecture and design background. That provides a strong understanding of creative processes and the ability to give support in questions of design.
Here’s a remarkable little Déjà vu for you… Last year started with a spotlight on Bertrand Benoit’s Tribeca Loft, and today he posts his new Chicago Loft images on the forums! Perfect timing & execution as you would expect of him. Last month Bertrand released the Chicago Loft scene for sale on Turbosquid in clean form so that you can populate it with your own models, serving as a showcase set – His current set of images is a great example of how this could be done.
Here is a wonderful making-of by a wonderful artist, Nicolas Richelet, you all know by the nickname of Newke. I also want to make a big-up to Mr. Moustache!
The image was created with the following tools: 3dsMax 2011, Vray Vray 1.5SP5 and 2.0 Beta and Photoshop CS5 and the plugin “Photolooks Magic Bullet.”