Creating a Photorealistic Bedroom in 3ds Max

In this series of 3ds Max tutorials, we will learn how to create a bedroom scene from beginning to the final renders. Software required: 3ds Max 2013, Photoshop CS4, Marvelous Designer, V-Ray, PhotoLooks.
Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Apr 8, 2013
Duration
5h 47m
Table of contents
Introduction and Project Overview
Creating a Photorealistic Bedroom in 3ds Max
Modeling the Body of the Chest of Drawers 9m Modeling the Legs of the Chest of Drawers 9m Creating the Bedside Table 11m Modeling the Desk Lamp 8m Making the Desk Stand 6m Building the Silver Bottles 6m Modeling the Mirror 4m Starting on the Candle Holder 12m Continuing the Candle Holder 14m Finishing the Candle Holder 4m Modeling the Rest of Bottles 14m Making the Wall Paintings 5m Starting the Bedside Lamp Body 10m Making the Bedside Lamp Crystals 7m Starting the Headboard 8m Continuing the Headboard 8m Detailing the Headboard 6m Making the Bed Frame 10m Finishing up the Bed 9m Merging Everything Together 7m Simulating the Bed Sheet 8m Refining the Bed Sheet 6m Making the Pillows 5m Simulating the Bed Covers 7m Refining the Bed Covers 8m Creating the Wall Details 10m Building the Walls 10m Modeling the Floor Tiles 4m Making the Windows 6m Modeling the Carpet 5m Setting up Cameras for the Scene 5m Setting up Lights for the Scene 4m Creating the Window Glass Material 2m Making the Window Wood Material 5m Producing the Wood Material 8m Making the Scratched Metal Material 6m Creating the Black Polished Material 2m Making the Lamp Fabric Material 4m Producing the Glass Material 2m Creating the Metal Material 3m Making the Perfume Material 1m Producing the Mirror Material 5m Creating the Candle Material 2m Creating the Another Wood Material 3m Making the Stand Material 3m Making the Crystal Material 3m Creating the Paintings Material 3m Producing the Bed Sheet Material 5m Making the Floor Material 4m Making the Wall Material 5m Creating the Bed Cover Material 3m Making the Carpet Material 6m Adding the Final Touches 4m Producing the Final Tests 15m Making the Post-production with Magic Bullet 8m
Description
Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Apr 8, 2013
Duration
5h 47m
Description

In this series of 3ds Max tutorials, we will learn how to create a bedroom scene from beginning to the final renders. By learning the techniques in this training, you'll know how to achieve a realistic rendering for your interior visualizations, how to model furniture, make textures, setup lights, cameras and finally render the scene. Software required: 3ds Max 2013, Photoshop CS4, Marvelous Designer, V-Ray, PhotoLooks.

About the author
About the author

Amr Abdeen is a self-taught digital artist and has been working in the field for the past five years. In that time he has worked on many projects for several architectural studios.

Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
Hey, guys. My name is Abdeen with Digital-Tutors. And now to discuss (mumbles) I have been doing architectural visualizations for five years now. I have done tons of projects and ______ I will be your instructor for the next several hours. So in this series of lessons we'll be discussing more than one topic. Throughout these lessons we will learn how to model furniture using different images. And then we will learn how to make our own seamless textures using Photo Shop. We will also learn how to make a daylight setup for our scene, so we can achieve a very realistic Interior render. Finally we will learn how to make the final touches to our image like color correction using magic _________. So by the end of this course you should be able to make your own stunning interior renders. So in the next lesson we will get started.