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Bucharest Interior

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chocofur writes:

Hey everyone!

I thought about sharing the latest project released by Chocofur.com in collaboration with other great Blender studio: blackchilla.pl

The scene you see below is entirely done in Blender and rendered in Cycles. There is some basic post production added in Photoshop (curves, color balance etc). The average render time per picture is about 60 - 90 minutes on a laptop version GTX 1070.

If you’re interested in getting your hands on the scene itself, it can be purchased through the Chocofur Store (scene includes over 50 Chocofur assets you can later use in your private / commercial projects).

Access a 360 Panorama view here.

5 Comments

  1. Rombout Versluijs on

    Man i love that architectural rendering is getting so much more attention now in Blender. Last couple of years the amount of archiviz render has really picked up.

    The only downside i still have is modeling with precise measurements in Blender. Its to clumsy to work properly.

  2. Rombout Versluijs on

    PS i love the color combo's in these renders. The dark grey and light grey with the light woods and whites.

    PS my eye caught one strange thing. In the first kitchen render we see the nice lamp in the kitchen, but where does that reflection on the cabinet behind it come from. It looks weird???

  3. Compared to archinteriors by evermotion the price is high.
    I'm looking forward to more precise measurments in blender and snap system...

    • hight price for what ? We can't just compare a price.
      When you buy this scene you have
      - a blender files (in which you can learn a lot about render setting and light management)
      - shaders
      - models
      - textures
      - psd post production files.

      It's not just one scene, it's a complet library which you will reuse in future and a lot of knowledge concentrate.

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