Country Bedroom

Completed more recently (2013). A country style interior with a slight contemporary influence. I used this personal project to hone many skills, in particular different methods of lighting, texturing and also composition with a couple of vignettes to accompany the ‘hero’ shot. With strong directional sunlight seeping through the curtains falling onto bed, this piece aims to depict a ‘lived in’ ambience with strong mood and character. I’m also quite a purist when it comes to my personal work and (bar the chair in the corner and books), everything has been personally modelled as I will never turn down the opportunity to keep improving in every aspect of the trade! Since creating this scene a couple of months ago, I have decided to build the rest of the house for an animation, so watch this space! Software used: 3DS Max, Vray, Marvelous Designer, Photoshop

Completed more recently (2013). A country style interior with a slight contemporary influence. I used this personal project to hone many skills, in particular different methods of lighting, texturing and also composition with a couple of vignettes to accompany the ‘hero’ shot. With strong directional sunlight seeping through the curtains falling onto bed, this piece aims to depict a ‘lived in’ ambience with strong mood and character. I’m also quite a purist when it comes to my personal work and (bar the chair in the corner and books), everything has been personally modelled as I will never turn down the opportunity to keep improving in every aspect of the trade! Since creating this scene a couple of months ago, I have decided to build the rest of the house for an animation, so watch this space!
 
Software used: 3DS Max, Vray, Marvelous Designer, Photoshop

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