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Making Of 'The G-Spot'

By Ramon Zancanaro
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Date Added: 15th October 2012
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3ds Max, ZBrush
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Hello guys, how is going? To start this Making Of I would like to talk a bit about this little big space in a house called a bedroom. I used to say that for a man to be happy he basically needed two things:

1. A good job, because we spend most part of our day at work
2. A good mattress, because this is a fundamental part of our night, for our rest.

Some people don't think like that, but I believe that every bedroom has to have this. Under the sheets is where we create the people of tomorrow; the same new people who will hide under the covers from monsters that don't exist while we make the bedroom their safe zone. Okay, let's start this Making Of!

I like larger than average bedrooms, which mix wood and light, rustic walls in the best Scandinavian style. So I selected some reference images for lighting and materials that reflected that (Fig.01).

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Fig.01


Every bedroom image that I selected is from Aurora Due from Poltrona Frau (www.poltronafrau.com), with a few changes.

The bed base was modelled in 3ds Max. I added a bit of movement on the leather at the head of bed using ZBrush. Obviously the mesh became very heavy so I utilised the Decimation Master plugin where I could optimise a lot of the mesh while keeping the mapping intact. This plugin is very useful if you don't want to use maps to generate volume on models (Fig.02 - 03).

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Fig.02

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Fig.03



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(ID: 244448, pid: 0) Phadron on Thu, 09 January 2014 7:30pm
missing vray settings pls!
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(ID: 173374, pid: 0) Killow on Tue, 25 December 2012 8:32am
thanks for this making of
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(ID: 168946, pid: 0) Cesar on Mon, 26 November 2012 6:16pm
Great Render, but I miss the Vray settings because Im learning Vray and I want to make renders like this one. Thanks.
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(ID: 159565, pid: 0) Mihai on Fri, 02 November 2012 7:38am
Can someone please make a tutorial for maya and stop with max tutorials there are hundreds of tutorials for max and very few for maya.
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(ID: 156636, pid: 0) Bruno Fernando on Thu, 18 October 2012 12:59am
Great work as always.
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