Interior Case Study #1

In this case study, I decided to create an interior piece with blender using an architecture model which was displayed on the MBC 32nd Architecture, Interior Architecture and Furniture Expo.

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Interior Model

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Source Interior

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Interior looks pretty cool; I really like the arrangement of stairs and space where the user can use.

Now, I started to create the interior scene of the house.

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Since the Interior scene looks bit dark, I decided to add lighting into the scene.

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Still bit dark.

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Now its better. For better view behind the scene, I temporarily removed the cabinet.

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Now, in order to create interior-scene like image, I decided to adjust the colour of the lighting to something which people could feel warm.

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Blender Wired Frame View

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While I was finding a good perspective of the interior, I  realized there was something called a focal length in a camera option in blender. And by using that I was able to get absolutely fabulous interior scene compositions.

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Focal Length Adujustment

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This work is still in work in progress, and I am planning to develop more later on. Until now, the interior looks very nice.