this is probably my first modern interior design ever... images on the wall are from wassily kandinsky. Rendered with Lightwave10.1. Hope you like it, thanks for viewing. C&C always welcome!
modern livingroom by ~svenart is an elegant and realistic, high quality interior modeling/texturing/lighting/rendering work. Clearly shows the artist's ability and control on the software and his skills. (
Utterly realistic looking interior, and I love the wide variety of talent within your gallery. Excellent art indeed.
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Thanks for sharing and I hope to see you again sometime, Sven.
If I were to design this place I wouldn't put 3 pieces from Kandinsky on a single wall, probably not even in a single room. His art is so intriguing, that you don't need such an abstract carpet. Things on the table look good to me, definitely contribute to realism, they are probably too many. As about the table, when I look at the sofa I expect to see some other tabe, they are not matching. I like what you did with the pillows,however, I believe all of them could be colourful. And finally this parquet is to glossy for my taste. BUT I like the final result as a whole, stylish, great realism, good angle of the sunlight - indicates that the sofa and the table are the most important pieces of furniture in this room. GREAT!
this looks really awesome the only thing which dont look real is the plant but just becausei know its a 3d scene . the rest is really gread done. did you rendered everything or d oyou got the models from womewhere ?
This image absolutely rocks. The textures are amazing.
I have some things that would help sell the believability of the scene and hope I do not offend by sharing. If you rotate the pillow 90degrees after duplicating, it would look less like the same model used throughout and takes hardly any work at all. Also, if you change the blinds ever so slightly, or make one blind in four a slightly different angle or something like that, it would sell the scene in a huge way. Right now it looks like one blind duplicated vertically to make a column and then a column of blinds duplicated horizontally.
Imperfection sells realism, and those very, very nit-picky things aside, they're the only things that tell me this isn't an actual photograph of a lovely home. Very well done.
Ohhhh, this is fantastic! I looked at this and thought "That is exactly what I want my living room to look like." It's so stylish but simple and I love how red is incorporated into almost every object in the room. Wonderful work!