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White Interior with High Ceilings Vray and 3ds Max – Making Of

White Interior with High Ceilings, this is really nice interior scene that i want to share some of the process for creating this image.

First it is a simple scene but with a nice mood, for modeling was pretty basic as you can see:

vray tutorial high ceiling interior

The lighting was done using Daylight System and Vray Skylight Portals in each windows, here you can see the position of the sun light and the settings:

vray tutorial high ceiling interior lighting vray

Now let me show you the vray physical camera settings for this render:

vray physical camera settings interiors tutorial

Let me show you some material Setup, in these scene i did not use a lot of materials :)

white wood vray material concrete floor vray material setup

The Concrete floor material does not have a bump map because i used vray displacement with a concrete bump map.

Now it is time to check the vray rendering setup, i did not use high render settings in this scene because i was looking for something a little bit more faster:

vray interior render settings

And this is how the render looks like straight out of the render without any post production:

Raw Vray Render

For giving a more dramatic lighting, i did a render a pass of vray volume light to add it in post production, this is the render pass of the volume light:

Vray Volume Light

Having the Raw Render and the Volume Light Render Pass, i added a background image, glow and bloom to the windows, color correction, some chromatic aberration and levels, for having the final render:

Vray Interior render Tutorial

And another shot from the scene:

White Room High Ceilings Vray Interior shot

 

I hope that you liked and remember that this SCENE IS READY TO DOWNLOAD, you will get THE FULL SCENE + THE PSD OF THE POST PRODUCTION, this scene works with 3DS MAX 2009 AND ABOVE with VRAY

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THE PACKAGE COMES WITH:

1.- THE COMPLETE SCENE WITH LIGHTING SETUP, MATERIALS AND 3D REALISTIC MODELS

2.- PSD FILE OF THE POST PRODUCTION FOR THIS SCENE, WITH THE BACKGROUND, BLOOM AND GLOW LAYERS AND THE EFFECTS TO GET THIS SCENE READY.

3.- THE SCENE INCLUDE NICE 3D MODELS WITH REALISTIC SETTINGS AND GOOD TOPOLOGY

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16 Comments.
  1. juan says:

    Real nice, could you tell me how did you do that volume light pass?
    Thanks!

    • Avatar of aleso3d aleso3d says:

      i am glad you liked, about volume pass it is pretty easy, override a black material to the entire scene, put a target direct light, go to environment effects and select volume light and play with the parameters, i will try to make a tutorial just for that in the coming days :)

      • juan says:

        Thanks, that tutorial will be great. For that volume light render do you turn off Indirect Illumination? is it just a target direct with vrayshadows, volume light, override mtl and direct illumination only? thanks

  2. hi
    thanks for sharing this beautiful scene with us. could you please tell me about your camera type? and why exponential in render setting? it seems you are using gamma 2.2 space in material editor but in your render setup you set 1.0 for gamma in color mapping!

    • Avatar of aleso3d aleso3d says:

      i am using the vray physical camera i do not know how i missed to put in the making of (i have updated the post with the vray camera settings), i use exponential because it is good to prevent burn out around the light and this color mapping method gives a less saturated colors, and yes i use gamma 2.2 in 3ds max, it is not necessary to use it in the render setup, if i use it in the color mapping the gamma 2.2 i will have to turn on, don’t affect colors (adaptation only)

  3. CANALLAVERDE says:

    SE VE IMPECABLEEEEEEEE!!!, HERMOSO, GRACIAS POR COMPARTIRLO.

  4. Avatar of aleso3d aleso3d says:

    you got my promise that my next tutorial will be a night interior, and please just call me aleso :)

  5. Saad says:

    Hi,

    It’s very nice and realistic.
    Regarding the vray volume light is there any option to use it.
    It would be grateful if you could have a tutorial for the vray volume light.

    Cheers,

    Saad

  6. vray exterior and interior redndering settings says:

    Real nice,

  7. hamid says:

    Hi
    thanks for you grate tutorial its really useful could you please put one setting for exterior for day and night ?

  8. Alexander says:

    Hi aleso, can i ask you something ?
    I tried using override but i have some problem with the windows because i used a glass material for the panels.

    If i use override it will change even the glass and this way the light can’t pass through.

    Should i use override with exclude or you got other methods ?

    Thanks for helping and keep up with the good tutorial ;)

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