Don’t let the appearance fool you! This “Speed Render” house is a fantastic piece of work! By itself in the scene, it takes 48 minutes and 44 seconds with 624 render iterations for Iray to render. That’s quite good for a 4-year-old computer with an AMD video card. It certainly wasn’t designed to handle Iray rendering.
That means for anyone with a hotter computer with a more modern video card for Iray rendering or any other high-power render engine, this house will render incredibly fast!
Sure, the textures in this render look awkward, but with textures applied to the texture map images, it can look incredible! These are simply the test textures on the rough UV maps.
Looks great on the outside, what about the inside? Well, it’s a wonderful 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom house with a 2 car garage, storage and utility rooms. The front porch sports very pretty columns and railings matched inside by columns and the back screen porch also has matching columns and railings. Walls, floors, ceilings, and even the windows can be hidden to get just about any camera angle imaginable.
What’s missing? Umm… doors, toilets, sinks and various other fixtures like the stove. The benefit of that is it makes it very open for customization. The zip file contains all the .OBJ files, textures and texture maps that represent 6 months of work. The .DUF file works with DAZ and it setup already for Iray rendering with a default camera.
So, right out of the zip you could render this beautiful house! If you’re feeling adventurous, you can open up the texture maps and apply your own textures to make this house look really awesome!
It’s meant for DAZ Studio 4.x, but with the .OBJ files, it should work in just about any 3D application.
As an amateur modeler, this is an impressive model. Albeit it might seem a little clumsy and clunky to a more advanced modeler, but everyone has to start somewhere, right? So, despite its flaws, the idea is that it might help someone by being just what they need for scenes inside and outside a house.
Please be respectful in reviews and comments, as this is my very first complex model. True, it’s low poly, but it was a lot more complicated to make than dresses or vases!
What you get to download is a zip file containing all the OBJ files, texture images, texture maps and DAZ3D DUF file. This house is pure digital 3D, so there’s no misunderstanding. Again, just about any 3D application/program should be able to open/import the OBJ files, so it’s very much almost universally compatible.