Personal project made with 3Ds Max, rendered with Fstorm.
Styling by Johannes L
Visualisation by Johannes L
Leather texture from Texture Supply
Throw texture from Texture Supply
Carpet and throw hairs made with Ornatrix
Paint streaks, spills and fireplace dirt made with FStorm Projections.
Nixon chair by Urbia Furniture
Amedee Settee by Ligne Roset
PP586 coffee table by PP Møbler
Candle holders by Mateus Collection
Space inspired by images from FrancisGallery
"The malevik kitchen installed in a house located near the beach".
Kitchen design inspiration. Lotta Agaton Interiors.
This is a personal project I made out of several different scenes made for various purposes. The goal was to explore how I could add life and movement to otherwise static scenes.
IKEA Push-to-open Kitchen. Inspired by original photography from my former employer IKEA
Testing the insane concrete textures from my good friend Martin over at Texture Supply.
NOT A WATCH RENDERING PRO, but maybe you'll pick something up.
Some close up shoots of a nicely designed chair.
A whole lot of boring product renders.
Some more tests using Martin's concrete texture scan on walls and floor.
Bought this amazing model from Andreas Ezelius to try make some car renders which I haven't done in two years. Didn't come with max file so I had to recreate all shaders, a bit of a pain but still fun.
Replication of the Allen Key House by Studio Prineas.
Same BMW, same studio, some adjustments to lighting and added crap load of atmospheric fog.
Images made mainly to present the new towel texture from Texture Supply. The base for this project is the classic scene from Bertrand Benoit, which I have completely repurposed.
I saw a swedish TV show and they had this wonderful art direction and mood in some scenes which inspired me to try to make something similar. Spent the night re-purposing one of my old scenes.
Here's a first test result with our HDRI, backplate and a rendered BMW M4.
A personal 3D project made to explore the similarities and differences between 3D renders and photographs, trying to figure out what photo realism actually is. The project is basically a replica of a real-estate photoshoot by