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Bedroom interior

Post by sciontidesign » Sat Jun 11, 2016 6:52 pm

bedliv.jpg
Created scene with Cinema4d from real photo reference from bolzanletti.it (right side) and render with Indigo 4.
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Re: Bedroom interior

Post by Oscar J » Sat Jun 11, 2016 11:32 pm

Funny how the lighting in your image looks more realistic than in the photo. :)

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Post by pixie » Sun Jun 12, 2016 1:01 am

Oscar J wrote:Funny how the lighting in your image looks more realistic than in the photo. :)
+1 indeed, I was to say that too! :lol:

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Re: Bedroom interior

Post by Stinkie » Sun Jun 12, 2016 9:58 am

:lol:

Me too! The photo, if that's what it is, looks like a heavily optimized biased render. I mean: that headboard ... :)

Now, it could be a photograph -who can tell these days? :)
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Re: Bedroom interior

Post by contegufo » Sun Jun 12, 2016 11:25 am

Hi

Very often the furniture catalogs have images that can be mistaken for real while rendering facts very well. The bathroom furniture is almost always in 3D and in some cases has been used V-Ray. A 3D set has a modest cost compared to a real scene.

Molto spesso i cataloghi di arredamento hanno immagini che possono essere scambiate per vere mentre sono rendering fatti molto bene. Gli arredi bagno sono quasi sempre in 3D e in certi casi è stato usato Vray. Un set in 3D ha un costo modesto rispetto ad una scena vera.
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Re: Bedroom interior

Post by thesquirell » Sun Jun 12, 2016 11:41 am

I could have sworn that image on the right was the rendered one, and the one on the left photo-reference. Dios mio, Jesus Christo! :D

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Re: Bedroom interior

Post by contegufo » Sun Jun 12, 2016 8:00 pm

The difference is obvious; in the right image appears in the background of the bed (in the enlargement) is not well done, however, the fabrics and lighting are to be state of the art.
The left image shows the side of the bed dimly lit and the mediocre tissues. The good workmanship of the fabrics in the right image suggests software like Arnold, V-Ray and other

La differenza è evidente; nell'immagine di destra lo sfondo del letto appare (nell'ingrandimento) non ben realizzato però i tessuti e l'illuminazione sono da stato dell'arte.
L'immagine di sinistra mostra il fianco del letto poco illuminato e i tessuti mediocri. La buona fattura dei tessuti nell'immagine di destra fa pensare a software come Arnold, Vray ed altri
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Re: Bedroom interior

Post by Oscar J » Sun Jun 12, 2016 11:06 pm

nvm

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Re: Bedroom interior

Post by Originalplan® » Mon Jun 13, 2016 7:37 am

Right side looks like a render too... :lol:
Hey sciontidesign why don't you make a thread for your renders? Like renders by sciontidesign...so we can see all of the progress in one place? Just an idea, great work by the way.

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Re: Bedroom interior

Post by Pibuz » Wed Jun 15, 2016 7:48 pm

Hi scionti! I agree with Originalplan: although you might not update it frequently, would be great to have all your production in one thread, so we can shuffle through wonderousness with more simplicity :D

Product design photographs are very balanced, light-wise: the lighting must be uniform and a the same time not flat to enphasize the product, so it's really a hard and subtle work for specialists to get the right mood on it. If you want to replicate a photo you must understand if you're copyng:
1. the composition
2. the objects
3. the lighting
4. the materials
5. the PHOTO (which means all of them together)
Sometimes it turns out to be hard to find the exact models, so we're forced to make some furnishing decisions which may be unfortunate: personally, I find your night table to be more "heavy" than the original one; also, the velvet material on the bed head helps focusing the attention on the bed itself.

BTW it's a very good render overall! I simply wouldn't have compared it to the original image, not to stimulate picky pals like me :mrgreen: A little more work is due on the materials, according to me, that is all!
Thanks for the sharing!

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