Archviz Props - Cutlery/Utensils Pack

by ddesign in Models

Collection of photorealistic kitchenware assets, ready to use in architecture renderings 

Adding details and everyday objects really can bring a scene to life, especially in interiors archviz, where each room should look inhabited by human beings to better market its desirability... But! Having to model each element can be really time-consuming and creating the best-looking library of pre-made models to go with your renderings can take weeks, if not months. That's where a ready to use, field-tested, a collection of high quality items can come in handy: The Cutlery/Utensils Pack! 

This collection of Photorealistic, topologically-correct models will save you time and bring the best possible realism in your renderings


Physically based materials

No matter what light setup do you use, a physically correct material will Always look realistic, under any condition. So if you've struggled in the past with parameters tweaking just to have a material looking good ONLY in one scene, then you' ll see the benefits of having a setup which can be used in any scenario, Always

The complex stuff in the nodes setup has been grouped, leaving out only common input values such as color, roughness, bump size and strength. Of course, you can input your values in numbers, or use an image texture for each one so it can easily fit in your standard workflow




Correct topology

Now, one of the most overlooked aspects of modeling is topology. While for still images it is not mandatory to have absolutely correct topology, it can be a problem when doing animations or low poly subdivisions. Having a clean, correct, flow of face distribution is Always a nice addition and can make life easier when doing videos or exporting the meshes to game engines such as Unity or Unreal. Each model in the collection is made only of quads or tris for cylinder caps

 As lowpoly as you want

Modeling has been done starting from the lowest subdivisions level possible, with subsurface and other modifiers NOT applied to ensure usability in real-time applications, such as walkthrough's in Unity or Unreal

From eight-sided all the way to infinity!



Neatly organized

Each model is real-world accurate in scale with exact measurements and each object has been conveniently named with descriptive (English) names. Multi-mesh objects have been grouped and parented to an empty for easier manipulation

The collection is split into two files: Render Setup and Meshes Only (with rotation reset and divided into logical layers)





The product is split into 2 files: 1. full scene with render setup and 2. Collection of single models with location and rotation reset

The 2nd file, named Cutlery Meshes, is where you import group and single models from, while Cutlery Render Scene is a setup you can reuse for your renderings

Each element is parented to an empty driver, including both lids (where present). Moving an empty will move all of the corrisponding objects of the model. Multi-mesh models have been grouped, each model and each group having a relevant english name

Includes materials from my product Physically-Correct Metal Materials that can be found here

Several other materials were specifically created for this product, full list in the image below

Models included:

8 cutlery elements - fork, knife, spoon, little spoon - each in 2 variants

7 kitchen utensils - 2 spatulae, 1 serving spoon, 1 metal spoon, 1 skimmer, 1 ladle, 1 spaghetti server

1 cutlery holder with cutlery

1 cutlery tray with cutlery

4 kitchen knives - paring, meat, utility, bread -

1 knife block with knives inserted

1 whisk

1 chopboard

1 chees grater

1 copper wall clock

1 kitchen deck with drawers


Textures from www.textures.com usable with royalty-free license

Hdri from www.hdrihaven.com 

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