Pink&White L-Room

  • April 17, 2013
  • 1 Like
  • Blender 2.6x
  • Render: Cycles
  • Creator: oldtimer
  • License: CC-BY
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Due to the lot of objets, materials and textures applied in this scene, this blend might seem bulky. Sorry for this. I tried to put in 3D a photograph downloaded from Internet (without owner rights). Renderized with Cycles, plain composition (no complex compositing nodes, at all). If you like it and have the patient to download it and make your own arrangements to the blend, enjoy it.

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  • FayZee profile picture

    Looks like a page out of an ideal home magazine, especially with the very slight ruck in the nearside right corner of the carpet - a nice touch.

    As a matter of interest, how did you model the curtains?

    Written April 17, 2013
  • oldtimer profile picture

    Sorry for the delay in answer. What curtains do you refer? The veil in the center or the heavy ones in both sides of the windows? Anyway, the veil is somewhat more difficult because it is formed for a huge number of little squares (holes) made on a plane; then this patron is multiplied with arrays until reaching the size wanted. The material applied is translucent. The heavy curtains are relatively easier. Just a plane, subdivided, and vertexes displaced in one direction fo form curves when the subdivision surface is applied.
    This is all I can explain with my limited knowledge of english. Tell me if you need more information. Keep blendering.

    Written April 19, 2013
  • FayZee profile picture

    It was the heavy curtains I meant. Thanks for the explanation.

    Written April 19, 2013