3DS MAX - Media Room Lighting render

Contest Closed
Description:
Use 3DS Max or similar to model a Modern yet comfortable Media Room. See example pics.

Lighting is the key as our client is a lighting firm. First stage of the project is producing the model and supplying it along with just 1 render.

The model is to showcase mood lighting in the room. The next phase of the project will be the same shot, from exactly the same place, just rendered with different lighting / moods as instructed by client. Ongoing work for successful applicant.
Wants:
Photo Realistic renders required.
Software:
  1. 3ds Max
Additional Information
Mood lighting example of previous project - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fj9pt8dbwluxmtr/AAD9WfQ-00z7w-5_gvfV2CcNa

Entries

#2 Media Room2 by Razvi.N
Sep 16, 2014 11:07
#1 Media Room by Razvi.N
Sep 15, 2014 18:27

Discussion

Fri, 19 Sep 2014 13:35:48 +0000
Is this contest awarded? Thanks
Thu, 21 Aug 2014 02:15:41 +0000
at this price you would have to provide the model

BIMevoke

Buyer

Wed, 20 Aug 2014 10:50:02 +0000
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fj9pt8dbwluxmtr/AAD9WfQ-00z7w-5_gvfV2CcNa

BIMevoke

Buyer

Wed, 20 Aug 2014 10:45:53 +0000
I have attached an example of our past project, a complex interior space with examples of different "moods" This is the end goal as I choose the artist. Suggest you try to emulate the movie lights.....
Wed, 20 Aug 2014 10:23:16 +0000
For this price I can only download existing models to build the room. I can use the attachments as a guide but can you please elaborate on "mood lighting" ?

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