How to create realistic 3d images using Revit, 3ds max, Vray and Photoshop

Most 3D artists have their own process when it comes to creating 3D images for client work. When working professionally and on a deadline you need to have a process.

In this tutorial I go over my process and show you how I would create 3 3D images for a large house in just a few days.

Many of us would love to have the time to come out with amazing images for all of our projects but sometimes the deadlines and budget don’t allow it. When this happens you need to find a way to deliver good quality work on time while still being honest with your client about the end result.

My portfolio, for example, is made up of a few personal images I did on my free time which I believe to be better than what I would typically do for a client. That being said some clients will want you to go the extra mile and spend 3-5 days on a single image. At which point the deadline allows the process to be quite different. In this video you’ll notice I didn’t use any reference images, inspiration images and I didn’t spend a whole lot of time on the realism of the interior or the materials.

The result however was satisfactory for the client’s needs and was delivered on time.

This tutorial/making of is in two parts. Here’s part 1

And here’s part 2

Let me know if you have any questions and if I can help you guys in any way!