Great image called “The Lake House” from our ex-student Max Daiber.
The Lake House image was done for Bezeta Architects. It’s a small house in Lake Calafquen, south of Chile.
The idea behind it was to create a sense of place and time were the house stands in the middle of a forest area looking at the lake. I chose this camera angle because it does that, on the first hand it shows the forest directly as a background, and on the other is showing us the view through the reflections. In this project I took the time to pick up what I learned in the Masterclass and tried to dig a bit deeper. Most of the house was done with Railclone, including all the pilars, beams, clading, gutters, foundations, wooden deck and even the bolts. All the vegetation was done with ForestPack (except the far background) and I took special care of the grass. Also some trees were modeled in Growfx.
Software used: 3DS Max, Forest Pack, Railclone, Growfx, V-Ray, Adobe Photoshop.
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