A Master Bath VR

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  • #14524
    Conweconwe
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    Here is a VR of the Master Bath that is from the same project as my Living Room/ Great room i had posted 1 Month ago. (My Rear Elevation Render was also from this same house, May Render Submission.)

    Was going to post this already 3 weeks ago and didn’t get around to it.

    https://smartenvisioneer.com/panorama?user_id=1990&project_id=2021.04.16.21.14.18&view_id=2021.04.16.21.14.18&share_code=7v211a

     

    Conrad

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    #14529
    SDSSDS
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    very nice…I like the deco and the water/bubbles in the tub

    how’d you do the bubbles?

    How did you do the rimless sink? It looks ‘odd’ (not really in a bad way though)

    #14530
    Conweconwe
    Participant

    Sds,

    The bubbles I got from sketchup and then I modified them using sketchup.

    I bought the sketchup app about a half year ago and I’m starting to use it more and more to create 3d objects like kitchen island ( western style etc.) Fake trusses it’s very handy. Wish I was really good with it though. If I get a really tricky object I get the guy from 3d Hub to make it. He has Excellent work and great pricing.

    I agree the rimless sink does kinda look odd but that’s the exact look they wanted, I put in a surface for the countertop got it close to what they wanted and then I inserted the sink bowl they chose, and cut an opening around the bowl the countertop was suppose to line up with the inside part of the bowl., so that you could’t see the lip at the top of bowl.

    Conrad

     

    #14556
    Jkzimmjkzimm
    Participant

    Wonderful job Conrad,

    About all I would experiment with is a bit of transparency to some of the bubbles 🙂

     

    Jack

    #14557
    Conweconwe
    Participant

    Yeah Jack that’s a great thought!

    I’m also thinking of trying this, do you think i could make it shiny I’ll have to play with that option to, i know there’s a slider option to adjust shiny and reflection (i use that for a tile or hardwood floor) I might just experiment with that as soon as i get time. Will be to late for this job as it’s already moving towards final stamped drawing.

     

    Conrad

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