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Making Of 'White Street Loft'

By Mackiewicz Maciek
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Date Added: 10th August 2011
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Photoshop, CINEMA 4D, V-Ray
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Introduction

The image was created to improve my overall rendering skills. Every time I have a moment to myself I like doing projects like this one to learn new techniques and watch how my work is improving. Since I've been working on exterior shots lately I really wanted to make an interior view for a change. After browsing a lot of architecture dedicated websites I came across the White Street Loft by WORKac. Clean design and unusual solutions immediately caught my eye; that was something I was looking for. I decided to render the living room area because of its interesting composition with the picture frames and column in the middle.

Modeling

The basic model was done in Archicad, using reference photos from the WORKac website. It was a very raw model and it needed a lot of work in Cinema 4D (Fig.01) like chamfering edges and adding details such as window hinges, handles, lamps etc. (Fig.02).

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Fig. 01

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Fig. 02

The next step was modeling the furniture. It was all modeled by me using Cinema 4D basic tools.

Sofa

To model one section of the column sofa I used the sweepNURBS tool (Fig.03a). Then the sofa section was multiplied around the column and, using the Brush tool, I gave it a more irregular shape (Fig.03b).

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Fig. 03a


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Fig. 03b

Chair

The chair was also created using very basic modeling tools such as sweepNURBS and basic primitives. A more interesting part is the stripes on the chair. I made them from splines which were extruded with the extrudeNURBS tool. And finally I applied a MoGraph displace deformer with a simple noise in the shader slot (Fig.04).

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Fig. 04



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(ID: 220403, pid: 0) Dahan215 on Fri, 20 September 2013 11:46pm
hi but where the tutorial??
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(ID: 53254, pid: 0) Viendalmare on Tue, 11 October 2011 2:10pm
Very good! Thanks.
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(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.
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(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!
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(ID: 165325, pid: 869468) Eydi (Forums) on Tue, 09 August 2011 5:22pm
Really very beautiful.
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(ID: 47658, pid: 869468) Eydi (Forums) on Tue, 09 August 2011 5:22pm
Really very beautiful.
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