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3D Model Detailed Office Building Interior Scenes 3D Model

Detailed Office Building Interior Scenes 3D Model Detail grand office interior with render vray office interior made from architectural design. with over 10 office room and a meeting room ! full of furniture : cabinet, table, salon, bar , light , sofa....

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Compatibility

Formats

  • 3ds Max (.max) - v2009vray 1.5sp2

Specifications

MaterialsYes
TexturesYes
Includes Normal MapYes
GeometryPolygonal
Polygons1
Vertices1
Detail Levelhigh
Avg. Textures Res.1k

History

Created:05/07/2012
Last Modified:05/27/2013
Total Size of Files: 47.8 MB

Q/A

Interior Renderings - Vray settings

Date:05/27/2013
Submitted by: meanglish meanglish
I am wondering what vray settings were used to achieve the interior renderings, as they must be different from the settings used to achieve the 3d floor plan rendering. Also were additional lights or modifications made to the model for the interior shots?
thx

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    acdcz

    acdcz said over 8 years ago:

    Hi, i'm the author of this 3dmodels, I have just uploaded for you the version with full vray set light, that included light for interior shot. It's very easy, just put the vray light on the window and render, but for aerial view, you have to disable the vray light on the window. Don't worry about the setting vray, most of my models are use the same setting, you can use my vray setting for interior and exterior , it's quite fast and have accpetable quality. So the vray setting for aerial and interior shot are the same. Remember, if you use diffrent vray version, the render image maybe brigher or darker, it depend on what version vray you use, but don't worry, a little photoshop and you can get a picture you want. i allway use an adjustment in photoshop to make render more brighter . If you have any questions , you can email for me at : hoanganhtuankts@gmai.com. I will reply immdiately , make it faster than here. Thanks you!
  • acdcz

    acdcz said over 8 years ago:

    Hi, i'm the author of this 3dmodels, I have just uploaded for you the version with full vray set light, that included light for interior shot. It's very easy, just put the vray light on the window and render, but for aerial view, you have to disable the vray light on the window. Don't worry about the setting vray, most of my models are use the same setting, you can use my vray setting for interior and exterior , it's quite fast and have accpetable quality. So the vray setting for aerial and interior shot are the same. Remember, if you use diffrent vray version, the render image maybe brigher or darker, it depend on what version vray you use, but don't worry, a little photoshop and you can get a picture you want. i allway use an adjustment in photoshop to make render more brighter . If you have any questions , you can email for me at : hoanganhtuankts@gmai.com. I will reply immdiately , make it faster than here. Thanks you!

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