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Make a 3D Room / Interior Design

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With this tutorial you can create a 3D room "interior 3D view".
Images like these:

th_room.jpg th_room4.jpg th_room3.jpg
th_room2.jpg th_3d-roomnormal.jpg th_3d-Roomangle.jpg
All these images created by using the same technique

This tutorial is in PDF fromat
"View the tutorial"

 

(Note by EER:  PDF also attached to the bottom of this post 19 April 2014 ;) )

Enjoy

3droomtut.pdf

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man this is great :D i will be sure to try it out sometime :)

EDIT: here is my try:

roomn.jpg

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Wow - I made one a while back, but I am trying this out for sure!

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I like it XD. Just being picky, but if you could add a part where you make the lighting on the left and right objects (your door and window) match that of the walls they are on, you could make the room look much better. At the moment, they look like objects taken from a separate image and thrown on without proper blending (in other words, they are too bright). I realize you are presenting a technique to the community, but if you mentioned a little something about things like that (and why they happen), you would give people a head start on making their pics more beautiful than if they just copy what you did in the tutorial. I love the tutorial tho! Nice work!

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My attempt. Furniture is stock - rest is mine. Thanks so much for the tute Yellowman!

th_TheBlueRoom.png

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I have problems with opening the pdf... Don't know why?? With wich program have you guys opened it?? :|

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PDF-XChange Viewer and Adobe Reader both work for me.

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I got rid of Adobe`s bloated software ages ago and now use Foxit Reader instead. It uses less resources and opens up much much quicker. :)

Great tut Yellowman. Thanks.

Good work on the room Bbq. I`ve got one on the go in my projects file, I just haven`t got round to finishing it. ;)

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I like it XD. Just being picky, but if you could add a part where you make the lighting on the left and right objects (your door and window) match that of the walls they are on, you could make the room look much better. At the moment, they look like objects taken from a separate image and thrown on without proper blending (in other words, they are too bright). I realize you are presenting a technique to the community, but if you mentioned a little something about things like that (and why they happen), you would give people a head start on making their pics more beautiful than if they just copy what you did in the tutorial. I love the tutorial tho! Nice work!

A lot of the tuts written by ASH encourage people to think for themselves whilst they follow the tutorials ... thataway they learn more by experimenting.

I've never followed a tutorial 'to the letter' and without blowing my own trumpet, like to think I'm doing OK with PDN.

It's a fair point tho' ... maybe you could write a tut that works in conjunction with this one that explains more about lighting and shadows ?

@ YM ... another inspirational tut

@ everyone else ... great results. This is still on my 'to master list' ... I can't seem to get cobbled stone walls looking right :|

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like I said, I realize Ash is presenting a technique to the community, but some minor notes on how the final product can be improved would be useful for those that do follow tutorials to the letter.

About making cobblestone walls look better, try to line the shading up with the rest of the room. Figure out where the light source is coming from, then rotate the cobblestone to make it match. Also, near the edges, you may want to run some distortions to make it appear to be the shape it is instead of a flat image. Those two things are all I know how to fix in these situations. There are other thing like perspective (on each cobblestone) that are off, but you'll have to figure those out yourself...I'm still noob in that area

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Welshy, you can try my cobblestone texture tut (link in sig).

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That are real cobblestone textures...... thanks:D

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Hello everyone,.

Nice 3d design shared here thanks for the sharing,.

looks nice all pics,.

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I have problems with opening the pdf... Don't know why?? With wich program have you guys opened it?? :|

What software you are using for PDF files??

Adobe and Foxit Readers both are best for it and use any of them..!!

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Fresh designs and unique styles are new lifeinto your home.This is really helpful to take nice ideas to make your home morebeautiful.I sure will must be try this in future.Thanks for sharing this....

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Would love to try this out, but when I click on the view turtorial link, it does not open. :/

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It works ... imageshack is just extremely slow serving these up. Took about 5 minutes to pop in all three major browsers for me. Normally that would have been about 5 seconds based on its size of ~2.2 megabytes.

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It works ... imageshack is just extremely slow serving these up. Took about 5 minutes to pop in all three major browsers for me. Normally that would have been about 5 seconds based on its size of ~2.2 megabytes.

Just got it now delpart :) thank you. Yet another for my "to do list" :lol:

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