Author Topic: The gift shop 3D visualization  (Read 321 times)

2021-05-04, 14:10:29

nofuss

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Hi all,

Today we want to talk more about merchandising in 3D visualization.

Here are two beatifull 3D renders with full of products and what we want to mention that all the merchandise was custom made. That means that in the project briefing we received over 200 photo references of products and each peace of it we modeled just for this project.

We then modeled and textured them to fill the all shelving units with the corresponding merch. It is essential to use custom merch in such a gift shop 3D rendering project because the goods sold there are very location specific.

So, please see and enjoy!

Tools used: Autodesk 3dsMax, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
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« Last Edit: 2021-05-11, 15:04:38 by nofuss »

2021-05-07, 09:12:23
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wilbertvandenbroek

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Awesome rendering, and a lot of work creating those assets. Your 2d people however are not integrating good. Most don't have contact shadows to begin with. Maybe using Anima or something to upgrade your work.

2021-05-11, 15:03:36
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Thanks for your feedback. Agree that the shadows are not so visible as they should be. In this project we had to pay a lot of attention to the merchandise, so yeah, did not have enough time to integrate characters well.