This project started last year in August as a small exercise in between projects to learn more about redshift render engine and its material system with no specific direction in mind, but it quickly extended into a full blown project and a rich learning experience to master photorealism, atmospheric lighting and the technical aspects of redshift, every time i learned a new technique i applied it to the same project.
It's nowhere near the level i wished it to be, but I got eventually bored from iterating it over and over so i just decided to post it share some of the assets and move on.
Most of the The modeling was done in Moi3d then imported to C4d for extra Sub-d details, 90% of the texturing was procedural, I pushed the level of details as much i could to test the stability of redshift, and it handled everything with ease.
For any questions contact me via email : email@example.com
The amazing FUI Design elements used here were made by the UI Artist Bruno William From his Project D-PARC
First render ever that fooled Reddit into thinking this was a real place
Lighting Setup type 1 : One High intensity light source coming from the camera direction, and dull muted color scheme and lot of imperfections.
i had lot of fun working with the bokeh in redshift as it delivers a very realistic dof and lot of control over it
Some of the first redshift draft renders ever with arion post, i discarded this direction of vibrant/ glowy look and feel early on since i was aiming for "photorealism" in terms of lighting and texturing, so I had to follow the direction of dark, gritty and atmospheric scene, something that's more grounded to reality.
Lighting Setup type 2 : Dark Cinematic Mood
some of the assets and shader look dev that i made along the way