Bedroom interior with material settings (Curtain)
A common type of project that you usually find in portfolios of architectural visualization artists is a bedroom. For an interior designer looking to start building a set of renders, it is a great place to start because you can use lots of references from other artists. A couple of days ago, an artist called Maxwell posted at the Blender Artists forums an interior of a bedroom project.
Here is the render of that project:
Despite being a great piece of artwork, you can also learn more about the setup of that scene by visiting the link. The artist was kind enough to share the Node settings for the curtain material in the project.
You have two types of materials in the scene related to the curtain:
- White curtain
- Textured curtain
He shares the nodes for both of those materials in the forum thread.
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