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Kitchen Final

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Published: May 8, 2011
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Finally got Vray! :D
My 2nd interior render.
Modeled EVERYTHING from scratch, excluding the Piggy Bank, which is from GreyScaleGorilla's free model pack.
Followed a tutorial over on
It is 1080P, so feel free to use it as a Desktop Wallpaper.

Cinema 4D R12 - Vray
Photoshop CS5
Windows 7 64bit
Image size
1920x1080px 1.59 MB
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
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Skyblue10Hobbyist General Artist
I NEED a kitchen like that plz someone make one XD
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What colour is that stool and where can i get one
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Skullflower90Professional Interface Designer
I´m also looking forward to do this tutorial, how would you rate it, is the tutorial worth it? What did you learn?
You´re result looks quite good, except for the plant in the top left, think it´s because of the texturing has no details?
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Its so nice...i almost done too.. but i install vray to c4d. Vray is not working for me on my c4d..i dont know why...and when i loading some materials its looks like all is black... i dont know why either
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This is so cool I wish I knew how to do this as well as you.....:O_o:
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Mohammad09Hobbyist Digital Artist
love it
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George-streetsProfessional Digital Artist
Saw the vray kitchen tut you mentioned. worth following as it's a start to finish tut great for beginners. Nice render, Regards
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Thimix2Student Digital Artist
Nice job!
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VyeraHobbyist Digital Artist
. . . . I want this as my kitchen . . . . my PERSONAL KITCHEN! >:3
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Blue-ArtsStudent Interface Designer
Very nice the color and rendering I like Blue And Green Colors
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DryuiProfessional Digital Artist
Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees ))
good render but, little bit cartoon
ThatJester's avatar
Ha ha, that's why I liked it! A little reality blended with some cartoon like elements...
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DryuiProfessional Digital Artist
Oh ic ic XD
check this [link]
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Thats truly amazing, I really want vray now haha
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I see you've got Vray congrats :), excellent work and great render , I see you followed a tutorial I followed it myself it did not turn out as good as yours but I am still learning. Love the way you made it your own by changing the colors and adding small things.

Well done :clap:
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MangoTangoFoxHobbyist Digital Artist
I saw your version. I really like the way you extended the room, and made it a full room setup rather than having two whole walls missing.
All it needed was a few physical lights inside, since the one sunlight source was no longer enough. :D
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Thanks, I will try to fix it later on :p. I saw the tutorial that your in the process of completing, looks pretty awesome,
and thanks for sharing the the link they seem to have really nice tutorials :).
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MangoTangoFoxHobbyist Digital Artist
I found it for free. The whole set of 29 videos and project files was like 4.5Gb. >.<
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Really, could you tell me where ?
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MangoTangoFoxHobbyist Digital Artist
I am currently in the progress of completing this tutorial: [link]

For this, I am going to complete both the day and night scene as provided. And then customize if heavily with my own furniture, objects, colors, textures, etc... And I got some feedback about adding "the tiny details", and I'm going to do my best to make it as realistic as possible, before rendering.
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Love the style and the color scheme. The textures could use some tweaking, like the chrome on the picture frame and the lamp, maybe more of a brushed aluminum? the reflections look like artifacts, maybe the countertop is a little too reflective as well? Subtle tweaks make all the difference. Making the lenses on the glasses a bit thicker will help them read better (no pun intended!) at that resolution. You can frame smaller portions of the scene and test render them before you do the whole thing, will save you from horrible render times on redo's (something that took me awhile to figure out.) Amazing work for your first time!
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