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Heres an interior render of a customer lounge I rendered to test the lighting capabilities.

Modelled and rendered entirely in Revit.


.: Revit Building 9.0:.
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Serial2305's avatar
Serial2305| Digital Artist
the shadows are to hard and needs gi and ambient occlusion
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Aefan|Hobbyist Interface Designer
nice work :)
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J-Ro-20|Professional Digital Artist
thanks dude.
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J-Ro-20|Professional Digital Artist
thanks sandy :)
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mekram's avatar
nice! i'm trying to learn revit currently
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J-Ro-20|Professional Digital Artist
good work mate. good luck with the revit learning!!
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NeonDuck|Professional Digital Artist
nice one, maybe a bit overdone on the reflections. but that's ok, they're usually the hardest part anyway :-)

I like your revit/maya/max discussion! I'm using max (I'm a student so I can afford it) and my uni just switched to maya. now I got all those i....ts jumping around me saying "maya is much more powerful, you have to use it if you wanna be good!", what a pain!
worst part is that most of them don't even know how to spell "vertex", and they all think that maya is some kind of magic potion to make them superior or something... LOL

I think not using a top-of-the-line program really teaches skills because you have to do things the hard way. if you wanna know what I started with, look up "highlight pro", you'll laugh!
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maximusfarticus| Interface Designer
I sent you a note.
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Clemo03| Digital Artist
Good to see some 3D son!! No doubt that maya or max will get a better result but you have the basis there champ. More than happy if you want to use my machine to render something out next time your in adelaide. Good work.
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J-Ro-20|Professional Digital Artist
thanks mate. yea I agree max & maya can get a better result, but its also like what we were talking about the other day. Making the most of the liscensed software you own!

Ill have to come up one day and sit down with you and see what we could come up with!!
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Clemo03| Digital Artist
For sure mate.. Let me know when.
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J-Ro-20|Professional Digital Artist
hopefully soon when I come pick up my new PC which is being built and ordered.
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QueenNola|Professional Interface Designer
nice render considering revit doesnt have as much as maya in rendering!
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J-Ro-20|Professional Digital Artist
thanks Nola, I think...
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QueenNola|Professional Interface Designer
no its a good compliment i reckon it looks awesome my fave bit in the render is the clouds and the glass table where i can see the reflection. The lighting looks rad!
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J-Ro-20|Professional Digital Artist
thanks :D
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maximusfarticus| Interface Designer
Very nice. Revit has pretty limited rendering abilities, so you did a pretty nice job. You should try exporting it as a .dwg and render in Max.
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J-Ro-20|Professional Digital Artist
thanks man. Yes I agree Revit doesnt have the powerful renders such as Max & Maya. I actually am thinking of doing a version of this in Maya aswell. Im not sure yet as I want to create renders using licensed software which I have. Unfortunately I dont own legit copies of Max or Maya. It still would be fun to render in one of them though too see how much better it could possibly look.

Hey if you want to have a go at rendering this scene in Max just sing out and ill email you the file.

thanks for the comment
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