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Abraham Fajilan

An Architectural 3d modeler, Architectural 3d visualizer / Architectural 3d render artist in both interior and exterior. If you want to have a collaboration with me or do a render work for your projects, don't hesitate to contact me on my behance account or on my email ([email protected]), but the best way to get connected with me easily is through facebook, link provided below.

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ABOUT ME

Architectural 3d Visualizer, Exterior/Interior Architectural Visualization, 3d artists, Render artist

"To know who is the better visualizer is to examine the level of their render's realism."

My Top Software

SketchUp
Photoshop
V-Ray
laubwerk-plant-kits

The Tile House; Sunrise mood

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

An exquisite sunrise scene of the ArchViz "The Tile House" with a cantilevered part that somehow creates a multi-functional space below to improve the space and usage of the whole structure.

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Dsouza's Food Cart Design

August 10, 2021 / in Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

An Indian food cart with the concept of powder coated stainless steel that needs to look matte black and with some stainless steel trims to contrast the color of black matte, additionally, with the wood trims from the buyers' side that help to entice buyers.

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The Tile House; Midday mood

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

A tile house with a cantilevered part. Proving that 3D renders with sharp shadows can also be realistic.

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The Tile House; Overcast mood

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

A tile house with a cantilevered part that somehow creates a multi-functional space below to improve the space and usage of the whole structure.

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Beautiful Day

August 10, 2021 / in Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

An interior study room that have green and blue color combinations merged with wood material and the comely carpet, plus, the natural lighting that invades the room through the window, can make your busy day a beautiful day.

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Concrete Box House

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

Architectural design and visualization Project title: CONCRETE BOX HOUSE Floor area : 34sqm with 2 bedrooms both 1st and 2nd floor + toilet and bath and laundry room

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Forest House Design ; Outdoor Scene

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

The tranquility of an outdoor area of a gritty house in the middle of the hazy woods

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Archl' Interior; Kitchen Area

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

The beautiful combination of dark-green marble and wood plank material as well as letting the natural light come in to light up the kitchen area, in day time, for a more soothing ambiance of the kitchen environment.

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Archl.' Interior; Bed Disclosure

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

A relaxing bedroom with wood as its primary material blended with different decorative plants that grant the users to have a nature-feel like resting place.

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Table Design Idea

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

Coffee marble table with wooden legs blended with two remarkable glossy orange chairs to entice people's attention

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Moja Zena

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

Credits to the comely photo of my pretty girl Cheryl Agapito for being the centerpiece of the scene. Beautiful in red.

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Winter Season

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

They who sing through the summer must dance in the cold weather. Winter is coming... Video link on how I did this from start to finish: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMQhpWy0bY0&list=PLeizvRbMQV-2ekqkczMiqbf9H-eRn8Wcl

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The Tile House; Sunrise mood

An exquisite sunrise scene of the ArchViz "The Tile House" with a cantilevered part that somehow...

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273

Dsouza's Food Cart Design

An Indian food cart with the concept of powder coated stainless steel that needs to look matte black...

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291

The Tile House; Midday mood

A tile house with a cantilevered part. Proving that 3D renders with sharp shadows can also be...

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321

The Tile House; Overcast mood

A tile house with a cantilevered part that somehow creates a multi-functional space below to improve...

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242

Beautiful Day

An interior study room that have green and blue color combinations merged with wood material and the...

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216

Concrete Box House

Architectural design and visualization Project title: CONCRETE BOX HOUSE Floor area : 34sqm with 2...

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252

Forest House Design ; Outdoor Scene

The tranquility of an outdoor area of a gritty house in the middle of the hazy woods

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251

Archl' Interior; Kitchen Area

The beautiful combination of dark-green marble and wood plank material as well as letting the...

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216

Archl.' Interior; Bed Disclosure

A relaxing bedroom with wood as its primary material blended with different decorative plants that...

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266

Table Design Idea

Coffee marble table with wooden legs blended with two remarkable glossy orange chairs to entice...

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246

Moja Zena

Credits to the comely photo of my pretty girl Cheryl Agapito for being the centerpiece of the scene....

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303

Winter Season

They who sing through the summer must dance in the cold weather. Winter is coming... Video link...

The Tile House; Sunrise mood

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

An exquisite sunrise scene of the ArchViz “The Tile House” with a cantilevered part that somehow creates a multi-functional space below to improve the space and usage of the whole structure.

Finished render using V-ray Next for Sketchup

Render mood suggested by my girl Cheryl Agapito:
-Sunrise

Architectural Exterior to V-ray rendering
Artwork title : THE TILE HOUSE; SUNRISE MOOD
Modeled, Visualized and Rendered by : Abraham A. Fajilan
Software used : SketchUpPro2018 x V-ray Next 4.10 x PScs6
Render Resolution : 1125 x 1500
Used HDRI : Signal Hill Sunrise by Greg Zaal @ Poly Haven

Studio: AF Studio
Personal/Commissioned: Personal Project
Location: Quezon City

Dsouza's Food Cart Design

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

V-ray Next for Sketchup

A render service for my Indian client named Denver Dsouza. The render project was a food cart based on the design ideas and dimensions of the food cart that were created and sent by him through email. A very great food cart design of his with the concept of powder coated stainless steel that needs to look matte black and with some stainless steel trims to contrast the color of black matte, additionally, with the wood trims from the buyers’ side. The render service was agreed to be finished and completely done in 3 days, starting from modeling, to compositing of the render scenes, to test render of scenes’ illumination, to texturing and up to the final production render, and additionally, to post-production of the final rendered images using Photoshop CS6. In this render, I created two render scenes, the most important views of the plan, the front-left (vendor’s side) view, showing how the cart’s compartment will look like, and the back-right (buyers’ side) view, showing the comely wood trims that help to entice buyers.

In the creation of this visualization, I am planning to make the final rendered images as the calm rendered scenes with the soft shadows, calm and cold atmosphere. I downloaded an HDRI from HDRI Haven with the lighting and shadows that I am intending to create, I tried Autumn Road 4k and fortunately I have managed to create what I wanted to create for the scene, and to make the atmosphere of the scene, cold, I will just make an adjustment in the temperature control in the color correction options of the V-ray frame buffer, but before I make an adjustment, I became curious about what if I make the atmosphere of the scene a sunny day? I think I can try it, so I downloaded an HDRI from HDRI Haven with a sunny day atmosphere and of course with sharp shadows. I test rendered it and fortunately it turned out so good and I realized that this ambiance is much better, that’s when I decided to just let the scene for having a sunny day atmosphere using Blue Lagoon HDRI. The second HDRI is better, the background is good enough, the sky is looking so nice, plus the shadows are giving an additional interest for the scene composition, and at the same time, because of the shadows, it showed the significance of the folding top cover, and that is for the vendor’s protection against the different weather, especially a sunny weather, while the vendor is vending.

For an HDRI / dome light settings on how I created the atmosphere / mood / ambiance of the rendered images, I just set the intensity value of an HDRI to 28, let checked the options such as affect diffuse, affect specular, affect reflections, affect shadows and affect alpha and then I just let the dome light to be in its default direction.

For the background, I was thinking for a food cart to be located in a public place with a beautiful sightseeing, so I modeled a road, I put some lamp posts with steel railings (primary background of the scene) and an ocean background (secondary background of the scene using HDRI)

For the materials or textures, in order to make the cart looks like a matte black powder coated stainless steel as requested by my client, I used Metal029 2k from cc0textures, the material preview there is not that shiny, just exact to mimic the matte black looking, and the material is categorized as powder-metal, just exact also to meet the client’s request of powder coated stainless steel. For the stainless steel trims, I can simply use the V-ray built in metal materials, but I decided to use metal materials, from cc0textures, with some imperfections on its diffuse map for the reason of an additional interest again of the rendered model. For the texture of the tires, I used leather texture since I cannot find a rubber texture for the tires.

Well, when creating 3d visualization or rendering, don’t be too obedient and limited to the primary use of every materials or textures, sometimes the textures or materials can really be used for different texturing even if it is not their primary use, just like what I did for the tires of the rendered images, and as you can see, it still looks great and appropriate. Another proof, as the speaker said in V-rayNext for Sketchup on how to create and use materials, the V-ray built in car paint materials are not restricted to use with cars and the automotive industries only, but they can also be very useful for creating coated glossy paints. That is one of the most important tips when doing 3d visualizations.

-Sketchup modeling to V-ray rendering
-Project title; Dsouza’s FOOD CART DESIGN
-Modeled, visualized and rendered by: Abraham Fajilan
-Software used: SketchupPro2018 x V-ray Next 4.10 x PScs6
-Render resolution: 1100 x 1650 pixel
-Used HDRI: Blue Lagoon by Greg Zaal @ HDRI Haven
-Project’s client credit: Denver Dsouza in India

Studio: AF Studio
Personal/Commissioned: Commissioned Project
Location: Bangalore Urban, Karnataka

The Tile House; Midday mood

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

Finished render using V-ray Next for Sketchup

This is the midday mood of an architectural visualization that I created, titled as “The Tile House”. Midday is the middle of the day, it is 12pm or 12 noon, usually, it have strong, direct sunlight and sharp shadows. Aside from the fact that this kind of mood was suggested by my girl, Cheryl Agapito, even me, I also love creating this mood, because, I don’t see often an exterior visualization that have direct, strong sunlight and sharp shadows, instead, I usually see an exterior architectural visualization with soft shadows, maybe the reason for this is that, they really want to create realistic architectural render as possible as they can, because according to the blog that I have read, one of the reasons why 3d renders look fake is sharp shadows. According to the blog, sharp shadows are not usually sharp, it is like that the blog says that we should always make the shadows, in our 3d renders, soft, which then, 3d renderers followed, that’s why there are more exterior / interior renders that have soft shadows than sharp shadows. Anyway, that blog’s analysis about shadows is right, but I am quiet not agree to the idea that we should always make the shadows of our render works soft in order for it to look realistic, because, I believe that even the shadows are sharp, we can also do realistic renders, in fact, sharp shadows really exist in real world. Talking about natural light source, sharp shadows are coming from strong and direct sunlight. In the 24 hours of the day, it is not impossible to have a direct and strong sunlight, therefore, it is not impossible to have sharp shadows. Additionally, even if we say that that sharp shadows have some softness, with our naked eye, there will be times that we will not see the softness of it, but it will appear in our eyes as sharp shadows. So, sharp shadows are reality, and if sharp shadows are reality, it is not impossible to create realistic render with sharp shadows, because as I have said, it is reality. So, I tried to create realistic archviz with sharp shadows, which I think I have managed,and that is “The Tile House; Midday mood”.

In this archviz, I used two dome lights, one is for the sky background and the other one is for the environmental lighting. Why I used two dome lights? it is because, if I will only use one dome light, the lighting intensity and the sky background’s brightness will not match. For example, if I will set that one dome light with the lighting intensity of 28, the lighting will be very great and realistic, but the sky background will not be good, because with an intensity of 28, the sky is quiet dark, not appropriate to the environmental lighting intensity. Vice versa, If I increase the dome light intensity to higher value, to fix the brightness of the sky background, it will be very great and accurate for realism, but the environmental lighting will be too bright, not appropriate for the sky’s brightness, that’s when I decided to separate their settings through using two dome lights but with the same HDRI.

The HDRI that I used is from HDRI Haven.com, named as Abandoned tank farm 04, authored by Sergej Majboroda. For the dome light 1, for the environmental lighting / natural light source of the scene, I set the intensity value to 28, checked all the dome light’s settings such as use transform, sphere, adaptive dome light, affect diffuse, affect specular, affect shadows and invisible, and then I unchecked affect alpha and affect reflections and rotated the dome light to an angle of 140.9° to the south-east direction in sketchup. For the dome light 2, for the sky background and environmental reflections, I set the intensity value to 77 for the better brightness of the sky, and I checked the settings such as affect alpha and affect reflections then I unchecked affect diffuse, specular, shadows and invisibility and then I just let the dome light 2 to its default direction, no need to be rotated too, because default direction for this dome light 2 is good enough. That’s how I created this architectural visualization titled as “The Tile House; Midday mood”

Render mood suggested by my girl Cheryl Agapito:
-Midday

Architectural Exterior to V-ray rendering
Artwork title : THE TILE HOUSE; MIDDAY MOOD
Modeled, Visualized and Rendered by : Abraham Fajilan
Software used : SketchUpPro2018 x V-ray Next 4.10 x PScs6
Render Resolution : 1125 x 1500
Used HDRI : Abandoned Tank Farm 04 by Sergej Majboroda @ HDRI Haven

Studio: AF Studio
Personal/Commissioned: Personal Project
Location: Quezon City

The Tile House; Overcast mood

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

Finished render using V-ray Next for Sketchup

This is the overcast mood of the architectural visualization that I created, titled as “The Tile House”. Aside from the “The Tile House; Sunrise mood” archviz that I also created, this overcast mood is one of my favorites because of its calm, relaxing and fresh ambiance. In my four moods of Tile House visualizations, it has the quickest render time, also, it is the easiest mood that I created, because, unlike the other archviz of the Tile House moods, I only used one dome light here, in adaptive mode, for the environmental lighting of the scene. For the dome light, I used the High-dynamic-range imaging named as Autumn Road in HDRI Haven.com with a v-ray dome light’s intensity of 28, checking all the dome light’s settings such as affect shadows, affect alpha, affect diffuse, affect specular and affect reflections, and rotated the dome light to an angle of 140.9° to the south-east direction in Sketchup.

Render mood suggested by my girl Cheryl Agapito:
-Overcast

Architectural Exterior to V-ray rendering
Artwork title : THE TILE HOUSE; OVERCAST MOOD
Modeled, Visualized and Rendered by : Yours truly
Software used : SketchUpPro2018 x V-ray Next 4.10 x PScs6
Render Resolution : 1125 x 1500
Used HDRI : Autumn Road by Sergej Majboroda @ HDRI Haven

Studio: AF Studio
Personal/Commissioned: Personal Project
Location: Quezon City

Beautiful Day

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

Finished Realistic Render
My latest render using V-ray for Sketchup

*Interior Modeling to V-ray rendering
*Project title : BEAUTIFUL DAY
*Modeled, Visualized and Rendered by : Yours truly
*Software used : SketchUpPro2018 x V-ray Next 4.10 x PScs6
*Used 2 HDRIs :
-Abandoned tank farm 03 by Sergej Majboroda
-Abandoned hopper terminal 01 by Sergej Majboroda
*Resolution : 1300 x 1950

Studio: AF Studio
Personal/Commissioned: Personal Project
Location: Quezon City

Concrete Box House

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

Architectural design and visualization
Project title: CONCRETE BOX HOUSE
Floor area : 34sqm with 2 bedrooms both 1st and 2nd floor + toilet and bath and laundry room

The color concept of the house is the two different color tones of light yellow with some white trims, it is because for the house to not be too dominant and looks odd one out to its surrounding neighbors that has a wall color of gray, but give a sense of unity, and at the same time, shows the essence of what we say as “Simplicity is beauty.”

Studio: FJLN Consulting Services
Personal/Commissioned: Commissioned Project
Location: Quezon City

Forest House Design ; Outdoor Scene

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

Realistic Render
*Archtl. 3d modeling and V-ray rendering :
*Forest House design ; Outdoor scene
*Modeled , visualized and rendered by : Yours truly
*Workflow : SketchupPro2017 > V-ray 3.4
*Post production : PScs6
*Resolution : 1100 x 1375

‘Believe. Act as if.’

Studio: AF Studio
Personal/Commissioned: Personal Project
Location: Quezon City

Archl' Interior; Kitchen Area

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

*Architectural Interior V-ray rendering
*Interior spot : Kitchen area
*Modeled and Rendered by : A.F.
*Flow of work : SketchupPro2017 x V-ray 3.4 x PScs6
*Img.
Width : 1920
Height : 1080
*Inspiration : kitchen scheme from HGTV

Studio: AF Studio
Personal/Commissioned: Personal Project
Location: Quezon City

Archl.' Interior; Bed Disclosure

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

🔹Architectural modeling to V-ray rendering
🔹 Archtl. interior : Bed disclosure
🔹Workflow : SUpro2017 – V-ray 3.4
🔹P.P.P : PScs6
🔹Modeled, Visualized & Rendered by yours truly
🔹Res: 1920 x 1080
🔹’Keep trying and find our way’

Studio: AF Studio
Personal/Commissioned: Personal Project
Location: Quezon City

Table Design Idea

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

3D visualization / render work using V-ray Next.

Architectural Interior ; table design idea
*Modeled, Visualized and rendered by : Yours truly
*Workflow : SketchupPro2018 – V-ray Next 4.10 – PScs6
*Used render lighting approach : Rembrandt
*Used HDRI : Old depot at Haven captured by Majboroda
*Resolution : 1500 x 1500 pxl
*Inspiration : Shop concrete coffee + dining table collection by “living by design”

Studio: AF Studio
Personal/Commissioned: Personal Project
Location: Quezon City

Moja Zena

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

Architectural Visualization using V-ray Next for SketchUp

-Project title: MOJA ZENA
-Modeled, visualized and rendered by: Abraham Fajilan
-Workflow: Sketchup x V-Next 4.10 x PScs6
-Used HDRI: Lythwood field by Greg Zaal
-Res.: 1300×1300

Check out and subscribe to my YouTube channel for realistic V-ray rendering workflow videos. Link below.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5lXej61Q1cs-M8VC0cYe1A

Studio: AF Studio
Personal/Commissioned: Commissioned Project
Location: Quezon City

Winter Season

Abraham Fajilan

August 10, 2021 / in laubwerk-plant-kits, Photoshop, SketchUp, V-Ray / by Abraham Fajilan

Finished render using V-ray for Sketchup
Architectural Interior to V-ray rendering
Project title : WINTER SEASON
Project Theme : Cold and Snowy Weather
Modeled, Visualized and Rendered by : Yours truly
Software used : SketchUpPro2018 x V-ray Next 4.10 x PScs6
Used HDRI : Snowy Park 01 authored by Oliksiy Yakovlyev
Resolution : 1300 x 1625

Studio: AF Studio
Personal/Commissioned: Personal Project
Location: Quezon City

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