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Archinect Making of Three Seasons and night Introduction: I would like to show you the process of creating my scene called "Three Seasons and night". I based on Norwegian architects RRA project "Villa Hesthagen". The most imported thing was setting up the environment and creating realistic winter climate. The scene was created with 3ds max 2009 and V-Ray Render. Modeling of buildings: On the beginning I created few simple solids. Modeling of small tree: Edit cylinder to fields and use chamfer, extrude, bevel and finally connect. Modeling snow on the roof: To create such snow you only need to have modified box and use Turbo smooth. Modeling of terrain: With snow was some more fun. Using the tool Paint Deformation I sculpt dents and bulges. Snow Shader: There are simple materials (only textures in Diffuse slot) so I don't show you how to create all shaders. Most important shader that I used in scene Scene Lighting: For lighting the scene I used a half sphere with imposed VrayLight materials. Setting up VrayLight materials Setting up Render

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Gewad // Atelier Vens Vanbelle | archaic Architects: Atelier Vens VanbelleLocation: Ghent, BelgiumArea: 468.0 sqmYear: 2012Photographs: Tim Van de Velde Like this: Like Loading... Europaconcorsi Homed'sign RNDRD RNDRD is a frequently updated feed of images from published architectural projects of the 20th century. We do not publish photographs of completed work, only renderings: hand-drawing, collage, models and graphics of all sorts. Our source materials are (mostly) out-of-print academic and trade journals. RNDRD is organized by rendering type, year, designer and print source. All images are posted as fair use. The editors are Josh Conrad and Lauren Hamer. Visit our partner site: Glossaire de l'architecture Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. A[modifier | modifier le code] B[modifier | modifier le code] C[modifier | modifier le code] D[modifier | modifier le code] E[modifier | modifier le code] F[modifier | modifier le code] G[modifier | modifier le code] H[modifier | modifier le code] I[modifier | modifier le code] J[modifier | modifier le code] K[modifier | modifier le code] Kiosque - Pavillon (à plancher surélevé) avec toit portant sur colonnes-poteaux. - Édicule de vente sur trottoir. L[modifier | modifier le code] M[modifier | modifier le code] N[modifier | modifier le code] O[modifier | modifier le code] P[modifier | modifier le code] Q[modifier | modifier le code] R[modifier | modifier le code] S[modifier | modifier le code] T[modifier | modifier le code] U[modifier | modifier le code] Urinoir - Édifice sanitaire public. - Appareil sanitaire. V[modifier | modifier le code] W[modifier | modifier le code] X[modifier | modifier le code] Y[modifier | modifier le code] Ypon : ciment de la maison