Empty Stockroom

  • September 07, 2013
  • 881 Downloads
  • 10 Likes
  • Blender 2.6x
  • Render: Cycles
  • Creator: oldtimer
  • License: CC-BY
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Description:

Scene rendered with Cycles. The pictures used as textures are packed. As always, use the blend at your discretion. Regards, artists.

<img src="http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/mm73/Algox5/derelict-room-ready_zpsf07c7798.png" alt="" />

Comments:

  • FayZee profile picture
    FayZee

    Sad story: that's what you've captured:-) Is there a tale behind it?

    Written September 07, 2013
  • oldtimer profile picture
    oldtimer

    A tale behind it? Sure. I think nothing good. Perhaps this is the result of a robbery, a bankrupt, a foreclosure...I don't really know. I just took what I saw to 3D. By the way, there is a great page regarding derelict places: http://abandonalia.blogspot.com. Most of the pictures are taken in Spain. Take care.

    Written September 07, 2013
  • FayZee profile picture
    FayZee

    Fascinating web site. I picked a link to a burnt out and abandoned nightclub called Contacto with an impressive outdoor stairway I would love to model, and then to a Japanese restaurant that had pink cushioned velvet chairs covered in leaves, dirty plates still on the tables, and grey, wind-shredded net curtains at the broken windows. Staggering!

    Written September 08, 2013
  • BMF profile picture
    BMF

    Oldtimer, Nice work. I like how you capture the feeling of your scenes.

    Thanks for the link to abandonalia. There are some good ideas there.

    Take care.

    Written September 08, 2013
  • matthewinglis profile picture
    matthewinglis

    Awesome! I like it! Not too sure about the ground though, looks like hair is growing out of it! :)

    Written September 08, 2013
  • codetechnoob profile picture
    codetechnoob

    nice!!

    Written March 22, 2016
  • InGaN profile picture
    InGaN

    Thanks!!!! I made a thing with this today. I love the door and the way the light hits it.

    Written December 16, 2019