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1.67 / 5.00

Oct 18, 2010 | 5:45 PM EDT
3D Art
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1920 x 1080 px
744.2 kb

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Author Comments

My first "pro" render using VRay. I've been a dummy with VRay, but this is the good one :)
It's a chair in "studio". Made model using various modifiers and a bit of hand poly modeling. The real resolution is 1920x1080.
- Render time: About 2 hours (Intel Core 2 Duo P7350 - 2Ghz and 4 GB RAM.
- Modeling time: About 3 hours + setting up the scene.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

What Bacchus said

I agree with everything Little-Bacchus said, but I can be more a little more helpful. The wood needs a few imperfections, like a very small scale normal map. The wood should look like what wood grain feels like. Also, the cushion should also have a normal texture. Anything would do: a tiny bump-map plus some specularity would make it look leather, or use an image of a woven fabric and apply both as color and as a normal map. Otherwise, great stuff as usual.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


I know this is simple and may not have been the most fun thing to make but I think this is your best bit of work on here. Hope don't mind me saying that but looks like a lot of thought went into the modeling and render.

If I had to pick something about (and would just be picking) Although it is getting near to photorealistic it looks somehow like a chair for a dolls house. I know this could be as there isn't anything to give scale but just looks a little 'small' if you know what I mean.

Well great work and hope to see more like this from you :D

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eagle3000 responds:

Yes. Thank you, it probably needs more details.