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I recently got Vray instead of updating my Cinema4D R11 studio to R12 studio, so I wanted to try out the new rendering program for this illustration. I liked its photorealistic rendering ability ever since I started 3D. :)

I decided to use mainly white material and simple models as a test, but took me 3-4 days for just modeling furniture (they were just made up on spot so forgive me if they seem physically impossible to exist in real life).

I got slightly mottled spots on walls of this render which I will try to fix in future by adding more lights to the interior part of the building.

Photoshop CS3
Cinema4D R11 studio+Vray (5 hours 8 minutes 28 sec of rendering with global illumination)
Texture: mine, Sozaijiten Vol 3, 19, 24
6 days

* Thank you :iconk3-studio: for advice while I was trying to get Vray a couple of weeks ago.
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100SeedlessPenguins Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2011
The spots on the walls are either from your shadow type (multiple lights with Area shadow will do something similar to this effect, but it's usually more granular) or your GI settings (probably on the Irradiance Cache page) are too low. Personally, I think the spots look good in this scene. I really like your dream-like abstract style.
Waterdroplet-s Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh, thank you for the tip. :)

I was wondering why it did that effect, and you solved it for me. :D
lost-sin Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010
Wow - I swear that room looks..So realistic 0.0 are you sure you didn't just take a photo=P
Truely Amazing - and I love the random character!! =]
Reminds me of a Doctor checking the room for a new "test subject"(patient) l0l. - with the empty feeling and all.
Waterdroplet-s Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Yes, the background is entirely 3D CG, and the use of different render makes it look more photorealistic.
lost-sin Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2010
I see, does it make quite the difference once you use the render?
Waterdroplet-s Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
sorry for the late reply

It's just that the render allows for more calculation of real lighting
pianof Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2010
I love the room. Guy standing there is a little random XD
(well-drawn, just looks random)
Is Vray some plugin for C4D?
Waterdroplet-s Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
^^ yes, the guy was there just to give idea of the size of the room

Vray is a rendering plug-in- more detailed than usual c4d rendering so I'm still tweaking here and there to get use to it
zerokid92 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2010  Student
I love this so much
Waterdroplet-s Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:) thank you
zerokid92 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010  Student
no proz
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