A project I call “The Boss Home”. I created with SketchUp. It took a long time to render and I hope you like it.
A small kitchen scene that was created to try out and test some soft lighting and warm tones. Based on a design in Australia there are cabinets using Benjamin Moore’s Black Berry colour and Caesarstone Statuario Maximus benchtop.
Hi, My name is Arpit Pandey and I am a 3D Generalist. Recently I have started using my skills to accomplish Archviz Industry project’s. My main goal in every project is to seek photo-realism and quality render’s. In this project I have tried to showcase my ability to create Product Visualization inside a Arch Interior. I have modeled the renowned chair Corvus Madonna using subdiv modeling technique and rendered it using V-Ray. There was no big post production in this, Just a little contrast added in post. I hope everyone likes it. Thank you.
B&TB Image of The Month for January : This image represents a milestone for us. We recently took the initiative of crafting one special image per month.
It has to be something not commissioned and inspirational for us. These images are made for the simple pleasure of doing something on our own that let us experiment, explore new paths in whichever the topic is and definitely grow.
It is really hard to accomplish since there is an art direction behind it that sometimes is not fully compatible with our “ever busy” schedule. Nevertheless we remain committed to serve you our monthly dose of Beauties.
Mr or Miss January (as you wish) is called The Fall. We really hope you like this initiative we put so many high hopes in.
The view shows off the internal courtyard of the Girls Hostel building. The task was to portray the heat of the climate, playful activity and a sense of sanctuary.
Our job was to get some visuals for the real estate company. We aimed to show the life in Mallorca, some sunny and relaxing images!
We also carried out the interior design following the client style. Nice furniture and nice stuff that place the prospective buyers in their future homes.