V-Ray For Sketchup To Make A Rendering Imitate The Penda Style
This is a rendering that imitates the Penda style and is the first attempt to simulate a manual model with rendering. The style of Penda has always been very much liked and yearned by me. It is elegant and readable.
The following reference picture shows an indoor project from Penda.
The software used is SketchUp, V-Ray, Photoshop.
Step 1: Create a model
Firstly, look at the material of the reference model, here is composed of four materials, the bottom of the board, the floor plan, the placed character model. There is a rough plan to do before you do it, such as material or floor plan.
The original model used in SketchUp is now a work in the previous exercise, and the models on the side are scattered into random placements. Then there is the element in which to add the floor plan.
You can make the found design material into a png format in Photoshop, and then use this png into SketchUp to adjust it to the appropriate size. Place it on top of the board as follows,
Step 2: Material adjustment
The choice of material is actually very important. The color of the wood is dark and the color of the metal will affect the final rendering. Then you need to adjust the reflection, roughness, and reflection values of the material.
During the adjustment, the board uses very weak reflections and roughness. If it needs to be more realistic, you can add a embossed iron map to increase the detail of the wood grain. The character model used for decoration needs to pay attention to the subdivision and simulate the feeling of smooth plastic. And the focus is on the texture of the metal model, because the Penda's picture has a feeling of powder, so the metal is pink and purple, and Glossiness is connected to the gray map.
Step 3: Lighting and rendering
This part chose V-Ray to make lighting, and chose to turn off the skylight, and then played a large light source on the top of the model to simulate the light source, the color is white by default, and the subdivision is increased.
Then adjust the AO layer, the picture is as follows:
Step 4: Photoshop late adjustment
First copy a layer in soft light mode, the texture looks increased, and then adjust the contrast. And adding some dirt will make the model look more realistic. Finally, the periphery is blurred, the focus is simulated, and the final product is finished.
Although the final result is still far from the style of Penda, the overall process of rendering is the same.
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