Ronen Bekerman - 3D Architectural Visualization & Rendering Blog http://www.ronenbekerman.com The source for sharing & learning about all aspects of 3d architectural visualization and architectural rendering. Wed, 17 Sep 2014 00:32:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.2 Using Surfaces with Forest Pack Pro http://www.ronenbekerman.com/forest-pack-pro-using-surfaces/ http://www.ronenbekerman.com/forest-pack-pro-using-surfaces/#comments Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:25:07 +0000 http://www.ronenbekerman.com/?p=26433 Following the warm reception of the RailClone Tips & Tricks tutorials among users, iToo Software launches a similar initiative for Forest Pack Pro. In the first episode they examine the foundation skills needed for using surfaces, including using camera clipping to cover huge areas with scattered objects and the various falloff controls that allow you to control […]

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Following the warm reception of the RailClone Tips & Tricks tutorials among users, iToo Software launches a similar initiative for Forest Pack Pro. In the first episode they examine the foundation skills needed for using surfaces, including using camera clipping to cover huge areas with scattered objects and the various falloff controls that allow you to control the density and scale of scattered objects based on altitude and surface angle.

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“In this Tips & Tricks tutorial for Forest Pack we look at the many options for scattering objects on uneven terrain. It’s not often the case that we place scattered objects on a truly planar surface, instead in many scenes we have banks, mounds, hills, and even vertiginous mountains. Forest Pack not only allows you to place geometry on non-planar surface with a minimum of effort, but also gives you a high level of control, with the ability to control the density and scale of the scattered objects based on the altitude and slope angle of the terrain.”

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Check out the “Using Surfaces” tutorial now!

The files that come with this series are compatible with 3ds Max 2011 – 2015, and Forest Pack Pro.

Make sure you check the readme file that comes with this scene for the terms of use

I’ll remind you that these tutorials are made by request, so if you have an issue you would like to see featured, please speak your mind in the comment section below. Stay tuned for upcoming episodes.

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AXIS Viana Hotel by Leandro Silva & ROOM http://www.ronenbekerman.com/axis-viana-hotel-leandro-silva-room/ http://www.ronenbekerman.com/axis-viana-hotel-leandro-silva-room/#comments Mon, 15 Sep 2014 09:00:53 +0000 http://www.ronenbekerman.com/?p=26486 Two Braga, Portugal based ArchVIZ studios Leandro Silva ARCH.VIZ and the ROOM join forces and showcase their first shared in-house work – The AXIS Viana Hotel by VHM. With this project they explore both photorealistic and conceptual approach to visualization and promise more to come… What do you think? I’ve added references to the real […]

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Two Braga, Portugal based ArchVIZ studios Leandro Silva ARCH.VIZ and the ROOM join forces and showcase their first shared in-house work – The AXIS Viana Hotel by VHM. With this project they explore both photorealistic and conceptual approach to visualization and promise more to come… What do you think? I’ve added references to the real building at the bottom.

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We made it. Now we’ll make it even better.

Leandro Silva ARCH.VIZ & ROOM describe the project…

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Axis Viana Hotel represents one of our newest works where the main idea was to share two different approaches : photorealistic and conceptual.

For the photorealistic views we used the two well-known references of the project and tried to reproduce them 100% equal to achieve the most precise and accurate result possible. On the other hand, the three conceptual views are focused in creating a personal vision of the building in a post-apocalyptic future, with all the environment and time consuming that this scenario may be represented.

Architecture developed by VHM.

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Create. It is what we proposed to do, since the beginning, over and over. Start, go forward, back, redo, but mostly explore. The creative process is developed through a range of different ideas, looking for the best narrative. Every new image, we build an approach, share our “vision”. After all, isn’t it the reason we create?
We made it. Now we’ll make it even better.

Software

And there is more to come at Leandro Silva ARCH.VIZ | ROOM


AXIS Viana Hotel by VHM

Architecture : VHM
Photography : Nelson Garrido

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Making of Adelaide Housing by Arqui9 Visualisation http://www.ronenbekerman.com/making-of-adelaide-housing/ http://www.ronenbekerman.com/making-of-adelaide-housing/#comments Thu, 11 Sep 2014 14:49:02 +0000 http://www.ronenbekerman.com/?p=26440 Pedro Fernandes is a frequent forum dweller, sharing great work featuring a style approach I like a lot. He posted a making-of article in the past and also won a Best of Week award. Today he is sharing the process of creating the visuals for the Adelaide Housing project for architectural studio called Architects Ink […]

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Pedro Fernandes is a frequent forum dweller, sharing great work featuring a style approach I like a lot. He posted a making-of article in the past and also won a Best of Week award. Today he is sharing the process of creating the visuals for the Adelaide Housing project for architectural studio called Architects Ink he shared on the forums not long ago. There’s great insight in this article… so dive in and enjoy!

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Author :Pedro Fernandes / Arqui9 Visualisation

ARQUI9 VISUALISATION IS AN AWARD WINNING BOUTIQUE ARCHITECTURAL VISUALISATION STUDIO BASED SOUTH OF LONDON. IT’S CORE FOCUS IS THE CREATION OF BESPOKE MEDIA CONTENT FOR THE ARCHITECTURAL COMMUNITY. THE STUDIO’S FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR IS PEDRO FERNANDES, ARCHITECT / VISUALISATION ARTIST / LECTURER.

See all of Pedro’s Forum Threads…

Firstly, I’d like to thank Ronen Bekerman for contacting me to feature this piece in his now famous ‘making-of’ series, we’d previously made one called ‘Seaside Feeling’ which was very enjoyable and thought it would be great to actually do another.

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Introduction


The studio has grown over the past few years and I’ve gradually made the transition from freelancing into the business, which now is starting to strike roots around the globe. This set of images was created for an architectural studio called Architects Ink, located in Adelaide Australia.

A special thanks to the studio, who really went out of their way to let us keep quite a lot of our artistic integrity. It was a fun process, as the architect in charge of the visuals direction had quite some experience in the field and was open-minded to let us continue with our process and also make some very witty observations (extra pairs of well-trained eyes are always a plus).

Approach and Strategy


Those who know Arqui9 Visualisation, know by now we are quite heavily focused on post-production, we have made a few tutorials on YouTube, that shed a little light on this process. We firmly believe, there is no right or wrong in visualization. Interpretations and techniques are personal and professional choices that really should be adapted to each circumstance and individual… we thought this time round we could actually write something that benefited pretty much the entire spectrum of the visualization field.

We were asked to create a set of images for a housing complex in Adelaide. The architecture itself was quite interesting and had an interesting formal housing strategy behind it, which I won’t go into too much detail of. The building itself relates quite heavily to the park in front. Below you can view the final result of the set.

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References / Mood


When searching for inspiration, generally the building form shouts out it’s own language and style for an image, a faint glimpse of an idea arises, this is when we actually start to look for reference which may also open our minds a little more.

We find this technique we call “personal intuition reflex” most helpful as it very natural for us and enacts instincts and experience gathered, thus the importance of actually absorbing art as a whole in all forms – cinema, theater, dance, music and many others, so our mindset don’t conform to a unique trend or style.

Easier said then done… I know!

Below you can see a set of reference photos. As you can see they span various styles.

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As mentioned, the client was quite open to stylized approaches and thought it would be great to show the building in it’s various types of light and differentiated visual forms (the one we are actually showing here wasn’t the final version but was none the less our preferred version).

When searching for inspiration and reference, the focus isn’t really on finding high quality 4K resolution images, as it is on searching small thumbnails and abstract forms and colors which give us some indication of our initial direction and theme. The above examples are but a few that came into play, again a refined search will always help you focus more and limit possibilities.

Lighting and Texturing


In terms of lighting, a simple dome light was used with a spherical map from cgskies.com, HDRI’s can also be used and of course with better results. Above you can see a simple wireframe render to demonstrate lights used.

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IBL for Dome light settings

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Placement of Omni lights in strategic places also helped to place emphasis on the base and entry point to the building as shown below. Nothing too complex here…

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Texturing


Textures were quite simplified as we knew a lot of post would be added to create the look and feel we needed. You can see the Sandstone texture, which among all is probably the most complex one.

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Composition


Being one of the vital factors in any piece, composition is generally a compromise of various factors, which cater to both the clients vision and also your own artistic creation. Your job ends up being to demonstrate and show-off the full potential and fourth dimension of an architectural piece.

I tend to divide compositions in various factors :

Eye Direction

Your eye needs to be guided and balanced through the piece. Through light and shadow you create lighter denser tones and contrast, which in turn attract and detract your eye. Although you are seeing the final piece demonstrated above, it represents the initial vision and ambition that is then translated along the way into this final piece.

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Just like any trip, you need reference points, visual guides of interest. Imagine when you visit a city like Rome, you have your main attractions, but then you also have the beautiful small streets which aren’t really your main stopping points but which add to the sum of the parts to create beauty.

This brings us to our next point, depth and form.

Depth and Form

You could possibly identify 3 to 4 depth planes in this piece. Darker more contrasted areas will pop out as the foreground plane and the lighter and less contrasted areas recess as we progress forward, this also helps one feel ‘inside an image’ and create depth.

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If you begin to squint your eyes, you will see forms balance themselves out, which leads us onto our next graphic.

Tone and Color Balance

Tones and colors are interesting subjects and could probably be debated forever, I suggest a quick Googling of color theory to have a firm grasp on their importance. However below you can see what I’ve called sweet spots. These are focus points that balance the image, generally triangulated points that bounce off each other, be it with bright intense points or even black contrasted points that draw the eye and balance it out.

These also help to determine the most important aspects of the architectural piece, which in this case was its relationship with the park in front and also the grandiose balconies and opened living spaces.

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When working on an image we don’t generally use these types of grids (rule of thirds) , but you can really somewhat start to feel them with practice.

Post Production


And here we are, one of the main phases in our process and where things really start to take shape and come to life. Every artist has their unique way of compositing and not to say that one is right and the other is wrong, but the main goal is to create a unique visual that really brings your architectural piece to life.

A general comment that springs to life with our approach is ‘what if the client changes the camera’, simple answer – That means you’re going to have a lot more work! That’s why it’s important to have a quick and simple first phase to lock down those cameras and variables. You can see below our quick process with drafts to get a sense of mood and feeling for an image.

The set of images below demonstrate a quick glance at how a initial raw render relates to a draft and then to the final output.

The Raw Render

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The Mood Draft

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The Final Output

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Post-production Breakdown

Render Passes

Render passes are your best friends, you can practically “bring life to the dead” with render passes – bring back burned areas, darkened areas and even relight an image. Below you can find some of the ones I use, these are probably the standard ones in our process.

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So let’s start our post production break down.

Raw Render

Our blank canvas in which we already have an initial concept and idea of forms and light. We end up extending the canvas to accommodate more of the park life and relationship which is quite important to this building.

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Render Corrections

In this phase we use our ZDepth pass in screen mode to add in depth. We also color correct using curves or levels, adjusting and lifting black-point to eliminate some of the darks In the above image you can see how depth has been painted in with a standard soft brush to create further separation of context from main building.

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Inserting 2D Entourage

Entourage plays an important part in any scene, buildings are for people and surroundings, they coexist with us, so there’s something quite intricate about how we represent their surroundings.

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All the rules of thirds and Fibonacci sequences are great, but linked without a story they are merely but formal mathematical expressions. In this phase trees, cars, people and corrections are being made in fast pace. When inserting entourage, there are two main steps, which are quite simple, levels to match context and also color correction. I’ve made a tutorial that covers inserting entourage into a scene (people in this one, but can be applied to all other materials)

You can see how more extras and lights have been inserted.

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Lights are added by simple setting their blend mode to screen or any other transfer mode that suites, you can also do this with a brush if you desire.

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Lighting and Grading

This has to be one of my preferred phases, as it really enables quick visual changes. It’s also the one which require most balance and a contained hand / eye as it’s quite easy to go a little too overboard – an extra set of eyes also really helps.

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Using a combination of layers set to overlay mode, I start painting in focal areas and highlighting the most important aspects, our eyes will be naturally drawn to the hot-spots, it’s a play on the initial balancing and form construction which we discussed in the beginning of our tutorial, I’ve also covered this quite extensively on my YouTube video about depth compositing and post production.

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The final grading is very simple and is all about upping contrast, crunching colors down a little by desaturating gradually the entire image.

A quick black and white verification to see if everything is working visually in terms of depth and contrast.

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Final Adjustments

For the final adjustments I’ve simply added a little more contrast / desaturation and used an unsharpen filter within Photoshop and voila we have our final product.

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Final Thoughts

Thanks to Ronen for this invitation, I hope you’ve enjoyed this short tutorial and breakdown of the image and hope you follow Arqui9 Visualisation on facebook – fb.com/arqui9visualisation

If you are interested in working at Arqui9 Visualisation, feel free to drop us a speculative
application at info@arqui9.com

Look forward to writing again some time soon.

Pedro.

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VIShopper Giveaway http://www.ronenbekerman.com/vishopper-birthday-5-giveaway/ http://www.ronenbekerman.com/vishopper-birthday-5-giveaway/#comments Tue, 09 Sep 2014 07:37:52 +0000 http://www.ronenbekerman.com/?p=26406 After some pause, and while you keep sending great visuals for all previous giveaway 2nd stages, the 7TH 2014 blog birthday giveaway is here! VIShopper will give one of you lucky followers 20 credits to spend on their visualization accessories database ($100 value). You will also have the chance to win additional 20 credits by […]

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After some pause, and while you keep sending great visuals for all previous giveaway 2nd stages, the 7TH 2014 blog birthday giveaway is here! VIShopper will give one of you lucky followers 20 credits to spend on their visualization accessories database ($100 value). You will also have the chance to win additional 20 credits by sending a 3d render you made using VIShopper accessories of any kind just like Renderare did for the Minco Wharf project showcased up above!

There’s also a discount for all of you – 15% off using the coupon code – bekerman5 on checkout! Enjoy icon wink VIShopper Giveaway

About VIShopper – Visualization Accessories Marketplace

The founders of VIShopper have been active in the world of architectural visualization for almost two decades. It all started back in 1996 with a small two-man visualization bureau Küberneetiline Karu, a pioneer in visualization in Estonia. Creating materials for illustrating renderings was always inherent part of our work. In 2004 they started selling visualization materials on different websites. From there on they have been constantly improving their products, drawing inspiration from their daily needs in creating visualizations and keeping an eye on the trends from all over the world.

Here are some great visuals by Artists and Studios you know, making use of VIShopper items…

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Hampton House (Foster+Partners) by Vinkvisuals

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‘Bethnal Green Pavilion’ (for Thornley Gibson Architects) by Forbesmassie

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Dubai wheel by squint/opera

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Westbourne Park Villas (for Coupdeville Architects) by Atelier York

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Multifunctional residential complex on Minsky highway, Moscow. (Architect Stanley Reich) by KEYLIGHT

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New department of the Karel de Grote College in Antwerp (for KAREL DE GROTE META Architectuurbureau) by WAX

Although the amount of available material has significantly increased during last years, searching for specific stuff hasn’t gotten any easier. That is why the VIShopper as it is now came to be, hopefully users and vendors alike benefit from this great source of visualization accessories database.

VIShopper FREEBIE’s

VIShopper offers various items for free download so you can test them out as well as use them in your 2nd stage submission for this giveaway. Below you can see the freely available people cutouts, but you can also get trees, skies, ground and background images.

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How to Enter

Simple!

Use the widget below to enter for the Giveaway and to my Newsletter. Already subscribed to my Newsletter? Not to worry… it counts for the Giveaway and all of you can add more entries via Facebook & Twitter.

GOOD LUCK!

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Submit Your Image

The second part of sending your 3d renders showcasing the use of VIShopper stuff will end on September 29. Please send in your images by Clicking Here making sure you name the image file with your full name and serial number if you send more than one image as follows – first-last-##.jpg

Please also mention which items you used in the process!

Big thanks to VIShopper for sponsoring this giveaway. Good luck, and be sure to follow this blog or subscribe so that you can find out if you’re a winner!

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UNO IMAGE PHOTOSHOOT by Paulina Arcklin http://www.ronenbekerman.com/uno-image-photoshoot-paulina-arcklin/ http://www.ronenbekerman.com/uno-image-photoshoot-paulina-arcklin/#comments Fri, 05 Sep 2014 15:28:26 +0000 http://www.ronenbekerman.com/?p=26360 Another work week is done and looking forward to a cosy weekend I’m sharing these great photos of the UNO Image Photoshoot by Dutch photographer Paulina Arcklin that she recently published. All taken at Studio 13 in Amsterdam, carefully pre-planned to get it all done in that single space. Pretty remarkable results – Great looking […]

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Another work week is done and looking forward to a cosy weekend I’m sharing these great photos of the UNO Image Photoshoot by Dutch photographer Paulina Arcklin that she recently published. All taken at Studio 13 in Amsterdam, carefully pre-planned to get it all done in that single space. Pretty remarkable results – Great looking fabrics!

Photography by Paulina Arcklin Photography + Styling.
Location at Studio 13

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Up above you can see the area in which all photos have been taken in.

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Below are more images from this set.

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This building went into my Photography board on Pinterest. I invite you to follow me and see what other great things I’ve curated there for some time now.

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Winner Announced: Laubwerk Giveaway http://www.ronenbekerman.com/laubwerk-birthday-5-giveaway/ http://www.ronenbekerman.com/laubwerk-birthday-5-giveaway/#comments Fri, 29 Aug 2014 12:18:36 +0000 http://www.ronenbekerman.com/?p=26310 The 6TH 2014 blog birthday giveaway is here! Laubwerk will give one of you lucky followers the plants kit of choice out of the now 4 available ones. You will also have the chance to win two more plants kits by sending a 3d render you made using one of their freely or commercially available models. […]

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The 6TH 2014 blog birthday giveaway is here! Laubwerk will give one of you lucky followers the plants kit of choice out of the now 4 available ones. You will also have the chance to win two more plants kits by sending a 3d render you made using one of their freely or commercially available models.

About Laubwerk – 3d Plants for CG Artists

Laubwerk offers easy-to-use software extensions for architects and CG artists looking for authentic 3D trees.

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With drag-and-drop simplicity, and easy-to-use tools that modify the shape, age, season and level of detail for each of Laubwerk’s stunning 3D plants, users can seamlessly add 3D trees to any CG project. For Autodesk 3ds Max and MAXON CINEMA 4D, and Python.

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Laubwerk Plants is offering 4 Plants Kits + A Freebie Kit too. These Plants Kits are the one-click solution for architects and CG artists to realistic 3D trees that can be fine-tuned for season, age, variation and level of detail. I have been using the powerful, yet easy-to use Plants Kits for a while now; A combination of smart content powered by a plugin from within 3ds Max & Cinema4D, supporting V-Ray, Mental Ray, Scanline and Advanced Render.

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Laubwerk Plants Kit FREEBIE

Laubwerk offers A fully functioning demo for 3ds Max and CINEMA 4D, now featuring 4 species in 3 variants, 3 ages and 4 seasons (144 models total).

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Try this innovative technology for yourself by garbing your copy as well as the The Desert House and Garden created by Zoran ‘Kizo’ Gorski (Arscom Studios, Croatia) using CINEMA 4D and Advanced Renderer with Plants included in the Laubwerk Plants Kit Freebie.

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Four exclusive Laubwerk Plants models, two medium-sized trees species, the compact field maple, and the distinctive Turkish pine and two colorfully plant species, the common broom, a shrub with yellow flowers, and a small tropical tree, the beautiful red frangipani. Each perfect for ornamental purposes in parks and gardens.

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How to Enter

Simple!

Use the widget below to enter for the Giveaway and to my Newsletter. Already subscribed to my Newsletter? Not to worry… it counts for the Giveaway and all of you can add more entries via Facebook & Twitter – And more importantly by commenting to this post with your ideas and requests for the upcoming Laubwerk Plants Kit releases… Any specific plant types you like to see first? Any specific feature or functionality you like to see implemented in the plugin? So speak your mind and then remember to mark a comment was made in the giveaway widget for the extra points icon icon wink Winner Announced: Laubwerk Giveaway

GOOD LUCK!

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Submit Your Image

The second part of sending your 3d renders showcasing the use of Laubwerk Plants Kit’s will end on September 29. Please send in your images by Clicking Here making sure you name the image file with your full name and serial number if you send more than one image as follows – first-last-##.jpg

Please also mention which plant types being used and if you use Forest Pack in the process then your image could also fit iToo Software’s Giveaway too!

Big thanks to Laubwerk for sponsoring this giveaway. Good luck, and be sure to follow this blog or subscribe so that you can find out if you’re a winner!

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Winner Announced: iToo Software Giveaway – Forest Pack and RailClone 2 http://www.ronenbekerman.com/itoosoftware-birthday-5-giveaway/ http://www.ronenbekerman.com/itoosoftware-birthday-5-giveaway/#comments Thu, 28 Aug 2014 14:54:44 +0000 http://www.ronenbekerman.com/?p=26093 The 5th 2014 blog birthday giveaway is here! iToo Software will give one of you lucky followers a chance to pick between a Forest Pack or RailClone 2 License. You will also have the chance to win either one by sending a 3d render/s you made using one or both plugins to create an amazing […]

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The 5th 2014 blog birthday giveaway is here! iToo Software will give one of you lucky followers a chance to pick between a Forest Pack or RailClone 2 License. You will also have the chance to win either one by sending a 3d render/s you made using one or both plugins to create an amazing visual. The image you’ll submit here could also work for Grant Warwick’s giveaway.

About iToo Software

Founded in 1999 in Spain, iToo Software is a 3D software developing company, and creators of Forest Pack and Rail Clone, plugins for Autodesk® 3DS Max® and 3DS Max Design®. Their main objectives are customers´ satisfaction with their products, providing a high quality software and personalized support.

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Forest Pack is a plugin for 3d Studio Max, designed to give a complete solution for creation of vast surfaces of trees, grass and plants. Forest enables you to combine billboards, high poly meshes and proxies, and using Mental Ray and V-Ray native shaders, create scenes with virtually unlimited number of objects and polygons.

Some of its features are: camera clipping, tint maps, clusters, tree editor, falloff curves, animation support, integrated library browser and much more. Working as an advanced scattering tool, Forest can be used not only for plants, but for any scene that include vast distributions of objects as: rocks, buildings or crowds.

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RailClone 2 is a 3DS Max plugin for parametric modeling based on custom geometry parts, definable by the user, and a set of construction rules. This new concept of modeling lets you to build complex and realistic structures for Architectural Visualization, Civil Engineering and Interior Design.

The software includes a full library of preset models to create Fences, Railings, Barriers, Handrails or Walls. RailClone is not limited to a fixed set of primitives, you can use any geometry from the scene and define your own parametric structures.

15% Discount on Forest Pack, RailClone 2 and the Bundle!

iToo Software, are still offering a 15% discount on the purchase of Forest Pack Pro, RailClone 2 or the new Forest Pack + RailClone Bundle.

Don’t miss the chance to get one of my favorite plugins during this great deal ending on August 31st come midnight (GMT+2)!

How to Enter

Simple!

Use the widget below to enter for the Giveaway and also to my Newsletter. Already subscribed to my Newsletter? Not to worry… it counts for the Giveaway and all of you can add more entries via Facebook & Twitter. Good Luck!

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Submit Your Image

The second part of sending your 3d renders showcasing your use of Forest Pack, RailClone 2 or BOTH! will end on September 28. Please send in your images by Clicking Here making sure you name the image file with your full name and serial number if you send more than one image as follows – first-last-##.jpg

Keep in mind that your image could fit Grant Warwick’s Image Submit Giveaway as well!

Big thanks to iToo Software for sponsoring this giveaway. Good luck, and be sure to follow this blog or subscribe so that you can find out if you’re a winner!

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Making of Nordic House http://www.ronenbekerman.com/making-of-nordic-house/ http://www.ronenbekerman.com/making-of-nordic-house/#comments Mon, 25 Aug 2014 15:09:31 +0000 http://www.ronenbekerman.com/?p=26246 I found the Nordic House visuals by Héctor Javier Diez Valladares during my routine browse on Behance. My eye landed on it rather quickly and I could understand perfectly why it won first place in the First Latin-American CG Contest it was intended for. With snow being a rare treat for me I’m always drawn […]

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I found the Nordic House visuals by Héctor Javier Diez Valladares during my routine browse on Behance. My eye landed on it rather quickly and I could understand perfectly why it won first place in the First Latin-American CG Contest it was intended for. With snow being a rare treat for me I’m always drawn to such images, and this one had a great feel to it and so I wanted to know more and this article came to be. Enjoy!

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AuthorHéctor Javier Diez Valladares

Héctor Javier Diez Valladares is an architect graduated with a Bachelor in Architecture from Catholic University of Honduras. Studied abroad as an intern at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. He specialized in 3D visualization and have been working as a freelancer since 2011 with experience in local and international projects.

I’ll start with special thanks to Ronen Bekerman for his interest in my work and the making of “Nordic House”. It is an honor for me to share my work and inspiration with all of you here.

Introduction

The Nordic House visuals were done for a competition and I want to express my deepest appreciation to the organizers of “Primer Concurso Latinoamericano CG” (First Latin-American CG Contest). Special thanks to Eddy Guzmán for having the initiative and making this contest a reality. It is a real honor for me to have been selected as the first place winner from such a prestigious jury – Julio Lazarte, Juan Carlos Ramos, Thi Lima, Iván Guillén, Javi Martínez and Ricardo Ortiz.

Here are the images I created for this house :

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Inspiration

My inspiration for this project came from Nordic architecture. I love cold weather, clean and somber environments. This is an architecture I have worked with for some time and one that I constantly strive to improve on in my renders.

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Modeling

These are the basic settings for my scene. I usually use LWF (Linear Workflow) in my work.

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The base model for the house is Eddy Guzman’s and was provided by him for this contest.

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My contribution to the base model was in working the small details. I used basic poly modeling techniques – extrude, inset and chamfer. The exterior walls are made out of boxes with a small chamfer on the edges.

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Same techniques mentioned above were used in modeling the other details.

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To model the windows I used the 3dsmax sweep modifier and as a profile I used the shape you can see in the picture below.

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To model the exterior and interior floors I used the Floor Generator script. It is very easy to use and you can download it for free at CG-Source. Best article to read to get you started with it, is right here on this forum, written by Bertrand Benoit following his GH House Challenge entry – Using Floor Generator Script by Bertrand Benoit

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The snow and ground I modeled by using a plane to which I applied extrude and deformed it using 3DS Max Paint deformation tool.

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For the trees and bushes I used 3d models from R&D Group and Evermotion libraries.

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Texturing

The material for the exterior walls is a VRayBlendMtl made from two wood materials, one dark and another lighter. These were later blended together using a mask.

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The interior wooden floor has a VRayMtl with a Multi Texture in the Diffuse slot. Floor Generator script works well with it since it assigns different ID’s to each plank. Below is the interior wooden floor I did following same instructions.

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The condensation in the window glass was created with a drop texture in the Bump slot and using the same texture inverted in the Refraction slot. For the interior part of the glass I used the same materials without Bump.

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The water material is composed by two VRayMtl and blended with a noise map.

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The cushions texture is a VRayMtl with a Falloff in the Diffuse slot.

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Using color correction can be of much help to get Reflection and Glossiness maps.

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Here is a crop detail of the cushions…

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Lighting and Camera

The exterior lightning I created by using a VRay Dome Light with http://www.ronenbekerman.com/go/peter-guthrie-hdri-1941/“>Peter Guthrie´s HDRi 1941 as texture and a bit desaturated.

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The same Dome Light is used in the interior lightning and I added V-Ray Plane Lights as portals on the windows.

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The VRayPhysicalCamera parameters for the exterior are the same that appear as default. I deactivated Vignetting and for White Balance I put in neutral and also corrected verticals.

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Interior VRayPhysicalCamera parameters :

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Post Production

Starting with a RAW render…

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Overlay 40% opacity

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Curves & Saturation 1

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Curves & Saturation 2

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Curves & Saturation 3, Chromatic aberration and Vignetting

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I hope you enjoyed it and you might find it helpful in future projects.

HD

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Winner Announced: Grant Warwick’s Mastering CGi Giveaway and Discounts http://www.ronenbekerman.com/grantwarwick-birthday-5-giveaway/ http://www.ronenbekerman.com/grantwarwick-birthday-5-giveaway/#comments Mon, 25 Aug 2014 09:25:53 +0000 http://www.ronenbekerman.com/?p=26200 The 4th 2014 blog birthday giveaway is here! Welcoming Grant Warwick who will give one of you lucky followers full access to the Mastering V-Ray course. One more of you will also gain access to the course by sending a 3d render/s you made based on the previously posted how-to. About Grant Warwick and Mastering CGI Grant Warwick […]

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The 4th 2014 blog birthday giveaway is here! Welcoming Grant Warwick who will give one of you lucky followers full access to the Mastering V-Ray course. One more of you will also gain access to the course by sending a 3d render/s you made based on the previously posted how-to.

About Grant Warwick and Mastering CGI

Grant Warwick is an Australian CGI Artist living in Sydney and you all know him by now! He stormed into to the CGI training scene this year with his Mastering V-Ray Course gaining a lot of attention by CGI artists and studios, as well as ArchVIZ artists with V-Ray being the most popular render engine among them.

The course primarily consists of Professionals in the Architectural Visualization industry and currently has over 140 studios subscribed.

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I picked it up myself in March, but really started to dive in after Bertrand’s Sweeeet CG work following Lesson 07 about Translucent Materials. This course is packed with valuable information delivered very fluently and clearly which makes it very easy for me to recommend you to pick it up and promote it. For what you get, the pricing is ridiculous and going to be even more so with the special promo that starts today for the blog followers icon wink Winner Announced: Grant Warwicks Mastering CGi Giveaway and Discounts

Grant brings in a vast knowledge gained during his work in the CG / VFX industry at studios like Fuel International, Light Farm in New Zealand and lastly at Cream Studios, where his training business started to take shape and evolved into Mastering V-Ray which covers everything from the bare basics to advanced topics.

Grant posted the videos of Lesson 01 – Getting Started & Lesson 04 (Part 1) : Advanced Materials on the Mastering V-Ray product page so make sure you visit it to learn more about it and get a feel for what it can offer you.

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Grant is focusing full time on his training courses development with Mastering V-Ray already at Lesson 8 and his recent course Mastering Hard Surface at Lesson 4.

Mastering V-Ray Curriculum

You can see the list of all lessons down below, and for a full description of each you should visit the curriculum page on Grant’s website. Pay attention to lesson 11 which will be all about what YOU want to learn about.

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  • LESSON 01 : Getting Started

  • LESSON 02 : Materials 101

  • LESSON 03 : Advanced Scene Optimization

  • LESSON 04 : Advanced Materials (Parts 1 & 2)

  • LESSON 05 : V-Ray 3.0 Introduction (Parts 1 & 2)

  • LESSON 06 : Tone Mapping HDRI’s

  • LESSON 07 : Translucent Materials

  • LESSON 08 : Ice & Snow (Parts 1 & 2)

  • LESSON 09 : Environmental Fog

  • LESSON 10 : Hair ans Skin

  • LESSON 11 : USER VOTED TOPICS

  • LESSON 12 : The GRAND FINALE! (Featuring Rafael Grassetti)

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What is next?

Due to the overwhelming success of Grant’s Mastering V-Ray course, he is preparing and developing a road-map of courses that will encompass the entire CGI for print workflow. In partnership with world class colleagues he recently offered a small glimpse to his grand plan – Check out what is coming soon!

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$50 OFF on Mastering V-Ray & Hard Surface

Starting today, and all through August, you can pick these amazing jam packed courses at $50 OFF list price using these coupons at checkout :

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Use Coupon ronenhs+vr for The Bundle!

How to Enter

Simple!

Use the widget below to enter for the Giveaway and to my Newsletter. Already subscribed to my Newsletter? Not to worry… it counts for the Giveaway and all of you can add more entries via Facebook & Twitter – And more importantly by commenting to this post with your ideas and requests for Mastering V-Ray Lesson 11 which is going to cover user voted topics! So speak your mind and then remember to mark a comment was made in the giveaway widget for the extra points icon wink Winner Announced: Grant Warwicks Mastering CGi Giveaway and Discounts

GOOD LUCK!

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Submit Your Image

The second part of sending your 3d renders showcasing your forest pack scattered creation following Grant Warwick’s Forest Pack Texture Distribution HOW-TO will end on September 25. Please send in your images by Clicking Here making sure you name the image file with your full name and serial number if you send more than one image as follows – first-last-##.jpg

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Be CREATIVE! Don’t just repeat the images posted recently online – Use that and ‘So Good’ visuals you see here by Grant as a starting point for your own concept and your own unique twist to it icon wink Winner Announced: Grant Warwicks Mastering CGi Giveaway and Discounts

You can grab these Lee Griggs styled Forest Pack pre-made scenes by Grant if you like to get started there :

Big thanks to Grant Warwick for sponsoring this giveaway. Good luck, and be sure to follow this blog or subscribe so that you can find out if you’re a winner!

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Winner Announced: model+model Giveaway http://www.ronenbekerman.com/modelplusmodel-birthday-5-giveaway/ http://www.ronenbekerman.com/modelplusmodel-birthday-5-giveaway/#comments Thu, 21 Aug 2014 14:23:19 +0000 http://www.ronenbekerman.com/?p=26170 The 3rd 2014 blog birthday giveaway is here! model+model will give one of you lucky followers the volume of your choice out of the now 9 available ones. You will also have the chance to win one more pack by sending a 3d render you made using one of their freely or commercially available models. […]

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The 3rd 2014 blog birthday giveaway is here! model+model will give one of you lucky followers the volume of your choice out of the now 9 available ones. You will also have the chance to win one more pack by sending a 3d render you made using one of their freely or commercially available models.

Just like Bogdan Pestritu did last time with the great image you see above featuring model+model 0419 Projector, 0816 Geografia Paper Globe and the 0239 Bar Stools that he picked from their catalog.

About model+model

model+model is a 3d model provider. They have a very stylish website where you can buy single items and collections. Their 9th Volume, Kitchen Accessories, was recently published and it is up for grabs here among the previous three too.

15% Discount on all products till the end of August!

All my followers can enjoy this great promotion from model+model by using coupon code : HAPPYRONEN on checkout icon wink Winner Announced: model+model Giveaway

Volume 01. Accessories

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Volume 02. Chairs + Tables

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Volume 03. Interior Lights

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Volume 04. Architectural Lights

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Volume 05. Kitchen accessories

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Volume 06. Books

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Volume 07. Sofas+Armchairs

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Volume 08. Interior Accessories

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Volume 09. Kitchen Accessories

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Make sure you grab the freely provided Brand van Egmond Night Watch 0310 Lamps Set… If you don’t have a model+model 3d models, you’ll need this one to enter the 2nd stage and submit a render using it for a chance to win the volume of your choice!

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How to Enter

Simple!

Use the widget below to enter for the Giveaway and to my Newsletter. Already subscribed to my Newsletter? Not to worry… it counts for the Giveaway and all of you can add more entries via Facebook & Twitter.

GOOD LUCK!

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Submit Your Image

The second part of sending your 3d renders showcasing the use of model+model 3d models will end on September 21. Please send in your images by Clicking Here making sure you name the image file with your full name and serial number if you send more than one image as follows – first-last-##.jpg

Please also mention which models are being used if other than the free one provided icon wink Winner Announced: model+model Giveaway

Big thanks to model+model for sponsoring this giveaway. Good luck, and be sure to follow this blog or subscribe so that you can find out if you’re a winner!

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