Here I present to you a Kitchen that I designed to explore how to bring a project to life.
By itself, creating a kitchen was not a big deal, but after laying the blockout and making more intricate modeling, I noticed a feeling of emptiness, no desire to be in that environment at all. I started to look at what makes a kitchen feel unique. Those were the small items, and hey! Quixel Bridge offered many options, but I preferred to limit myself to only using materials or a pair of assets because they are accessible, these models being the basil plant, chopping board, and fruits.
The items that I prefer to give more attention to were the ones that I have here to my reach, the microwave was the one at my mother's in-law house, the oven was not feeling accurate without light and grill inside, or these modern kitchens offered by GE. I mean, even the spatulas were a key to making this scene seem more real.
Lighting was another lesson. I appreciate having approached this from a low-quality test lighting to the final baking. Otherwise, I could see how this could have taken more time than it should.
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