Over the past few months, several people who had bought my furniture on Turbosquid asked whether I would consider putting a full scene up for sale.
So when I recently revisited an older piece, loosely based on a Chicago interior by Studio Gang Architects, I thought it would make a nice, self-contained interior scene to put up on Turbosquid, should anyone be interested.
The scene is ready-to-render in Vray 2.1 and will open in 3ds Max 2010 and upwards. There are two lighting schemes (dusk with interior electric lights and daylight overcast with weak sun) based on two separate layers.
Although unfurnished (it does sport a highly detailed kitchen) and somewhat optimised, the scene is highly detailed (more than 3m polys) and is not meant to be used on small rigs – Don’t even think of opening it on a 32bit system, or if you have less than 8GB of RAM.
It may sound a bit pricey compared to my other models, but given that it includes a full 3d environment, which I put up for sale a while ago at about the same price, believe me, it’s actually a bargain.
I’m currently working on a furnished version of the loft to showcase the scene’s potential, so stand by for more images shortly.