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Franco Aversa | 3 years ago | 11 comments | 10 likes | 1,134 views

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I created a 3d room, I took the single wall and deformed it on the floor with a perspective deformation. The room is reconstructed quite well. Is there another technique?
By making 3D furniture I mean.

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Great 3d room with what did you make it?

Filip, 3 years ago

Well done, even if the building looks deserted.

vincent, 3 years ago

Great possibilities with the new Bix Pack. I like your 3D room with camera guy

lightads, 3 years ago

Good test Franco...

Dani, 3 years ago

he he Vincent, it's only a test...
Filip I designed the room in Blender, I took the room frontally. But then I wanted to give it a try, I took the single wall and with a perspective effect I brought "the trapeze" back to a square and I inserted it with the scheme: floor, ceiling, walls.
I wanted to see if the distortion effect on furniture that is achieved with a single image changed if I used this system. I read that the interiormap rooms are obtained with a render with a parallax effect.

Franco Aversa, 3 years ago

Very good test, Franco! ?
I have also made a test with an 3D room, but the distortion was to strong. ☹

Ulli, 3 years ago

The best way is use the walls without inserting furniture, or understand how the artist has produced a texture where the furniture is all positioned very far down the room.

Franco Aversa, 3 years ago

Lightads the videomaker is me.

Franco Aversa, 3 years ago

Muy bien Franco

persiana, 3 years ago


Franco Aversa, 3 years ago

Thanks a lot for the tip, Franco!

Ulli, 3 years ago

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