I’m happy to bring you a new tutorial by Javier Pintor from Málaga, Spain. In this article he will describe the creation of a bathroom interior in his personal study project, House N, that was posted in the forums. I hope you’ll enjoy this article, learn from it and share your thoughts by commenting at the bottom of this article’s page.
A wonderful set of colorful dusk glass facade of Akerselva Atrium by NBBJ photographed by Tim Griffith and Jiri Havran (some day views and interiors too in the original post link from archdaily). These are great reference for how this type of structure looks in real life – the glass, colors and river reflections are a joy to look at!
I found this six part interior 3d lighting tutorial a few days ago by Florian Wild. I’m not a Maya or Mental Ray user but there is a lot to learn from this great resource, that can be implemented in any other package, even if two years old! There is also the story behind the writing of these tutorials and how it came to be if you have the patience to follow the CGTalk thread… Have fun!
The last of the GH House Challenge making-of articles is here! Done by the Grand Prize Winner, Bertrand will describe the process of creating his ‘Norwegian lake shore’ theme for the GH House. You will find 2 additional mini tutorials in the how-to section and linked from within this article describing the use of the Floor Generator script and the rain drop creation process in more detail. I hope you’ll enjoy this article, learn from it and share your thoughts by commenting at the bottom of this article’s page.
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Have no fear of perfection – you’ll never reach it.
— Salvador Dali