This was a golden age of archviz :- ) I remember all these great works, motivated me to give a try too.
and there is also a PART 2 to this one ;) Great work by Ivo! http://www.ronenbekerman.com/making-of-3d-render-gh-house-by-ivo-sucur-2/
do you have tutorial for maxwell render, cause i have problem in rendering good smooth interior render.
cool, how did you get your material editor to display materials like that? Unless it was photoshopped for presentation reasons. Anyways, looking forward to part 2!
Great tutorial Ivo ! I love all the props you made. You are very generous in sharing all the materials, the dusty falloff one is very clever.
Thanks for the making of Ivo, lots of clever techniques that will be helpful to me in the future :-D Nice job
Hi guys, thanks for comments, i am glad you like it, as i said on my posts i learned a lot from this Competition and this is just the small way saying thanks to all of you!
hello Dimas... there are lots of good tutorials on Maxwell forums and website, i am sure you can find something useful. And small suggestion, you should check some of interior render posts and settings within conversations.
here are some links, hope this helps:
Thanks Peter for your kind words, there are so many excellent material resources on the web to learn from, so putting this "little base" together wasn't a hard task, just time consuming. Dusty shader did involved little kick off "brainstorming", that brought nice results..
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