I took a very basic sofa model and applied a Cinema 4D hair module to it. Using the Hair Brush tool you can easily style the hair and control the end result (Fig.05).
A very vital part of the image was the carpet. Since it's in the foreground it needed to be detailed. In my work I don't like using displacement maps and I try to model everything as much as possible. That's why I decided to do so with the carpet in this project. I also used a MoGraph displace deformer for this one (Fig.06).
Lighting and Rendering
For the rendering I used V-Ray. There are two lights in the scene: a dome light with an HDR image in the texture slot and a VraySun (Fig.07 - 08). In addition to the RGB render I always render other channels like raw reflection, raw GI, raw light and material ID to use them in the post-production phase (Fig.09).
(ID: 220403, pid: 0) Dahan215 on Fri, 20 September 2013 11:46pm hi but where the tutorial??
(ID: 53254, pid: 0) Viendalmare on Tue, 11 October 2011 2:10pm Very good! Thanks.
(ID: 48396, pid: 0) Derek on Fri, 19 August 2011 9:39am I definitely like the finished result, but you could use some gamma correction on the photos. They look a bit washed out. But other than that, excellent.
(ID: 48244, pid: 0) Jasam2 on Wed, 17 August 2011 7:39am Hey Macieju!
Bravo. It's great to see how skillful you are with your toys :) I wonder when are you going to show everyone what you're still hiding on your computer... Remember: wzi??by? si? do roboty zamiast sta? przy oknie!
(ID: 314407, pid: 869468) Eydi (Forums) on Tue, 09 August 2011 5:22pm Really very beautiful.
(ID: 165325, pid: 869468) Eydi (Forums) on Tue, 09 August 2011 5:22pm Really very beautiful.
(ID: 47658, pid: 869468) Eydi (Forums) on Tue, 09 August 2011 5:22pm Really very beautiful.