Vray for SketchUp, Finally!
I now know how to do a decent rendering using Vray for Sketchup!
I know what some of you are thinking: “Just now?”, but well, I never really understood Vray and its.. complications until an office mate helped me decipher each and every tab and button. Surprisingly, I now think it’s pretty straightforward. I shall explore on it more, read tutorials and Vray blogs here and there. Hello photo-realistic renderings soon! MUST. PRACTICE.
I have done a few interior renderings of living room/bedroom and SOHO for the condominium project we have been working on in the office and while I would like to share those, I don’t think I can (office property). BUT, I decided to make another rendering for this blog (and this blog alone).
Hmm, how do I like my interiors? At this moment I want a really cozy place with super comfy couch where I can finish a book or two. I want it feminine too, with contrasting pieces that look well- put together as a whole. And finally, I would love to have that vintage-y look! Here are some inspirations I got from Google:
And my take?
Modeled using SketchUp
Rendered using Vray
Post Processed (tint/contrast adjustments) using Lightroom
Soo, how do you like your interiors? 🙂