Fashion + Architecture + Extras + In-Betweens

Interiors and Then Some

My lack of posts worries me.

(Please know, dear blog, that I am not AWOL-ing on you. I miss you too, just so you know. )

My lack of fashion-related posts particularly concerns me. What to blame? Not my schedule nor the demands of my work whatsoever but the absence of a camera. What kind of blogger (wannabe) does not own a camera? *Sigh* I really need to do something about that. Too bad I’ve been wanting to show you how I’m doing work-appropriate clothing. But it’s okay for now, I’m still upgrading my taste into something more mature and still shopping my way in the process. Right now I’m just making do with what I can pull off with my old school clothes. Wish me luck, I’m running out of ideas!

(That’s about how far I can talk about fashion these days. Soooo, before I get confused with this post myself, let me proceed to the main subject at hand..)

Architectural Rendering, anyone? 

I did a lobby rendering with 3D Studio Max a couple of months back and this was the result.

Honestly, I do not have the patience in 3d modeling and rendering. I usually do something very basic then just polish everything through Photoshop. Enhancing the previous photo, I came up with this:Brushing up some lights and changing the entourage to produce a night scene, I have this:

Architectural Rendering made easy. What do you think? 🙂


2 responses

  1. itsmecherry

    I love how you manipulates rendered images in photoshop, that’s also my thing. maybe you can share some techniques?

    July 15, 2012 at 4:02 pm

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