Image and animation galleries of finished projects.
my contribution to the e-on Vue Environment Competition, last summer. I especially like the sun reflections in the curved buildings. Building blocks from Dystopia, objects from everywhere, lot of retexturing. Completion and Rendering required a 64-bit system due to memory requirements, and took 1 hour at 1024×820 broadcast quality (Vue Complete 9 – i7-990X @4GHz). The final version 7000×5000 took 48 hours. 1 I like This
The Turning Torso images were inspired on the Malmö Turning Torso, and the freebie unit modeled by ColaCola. By placing three of them together, the 90* twist makes that all sides are in view. Camera at the floor looking upright, with some trees for depth and color contrast, rendered in Vue. 2 I like This
Dmytry’s planet panoramas were made with the MojoWorld generator, deploying Dmytry’s volumetrics plugin. MojoWorld generates entire planets (terrains, clouds, oceans, forests, …) in 3D, eventually animated as well. From that planet, various shots were rendered. Click a thumbnail above, and enjoy the shots. You can switch to slideshow-mode as well. Some of the shots were then assembled into two full 360* panoramas, which you can see here and here. aRtBee 2008 0 I like This
In 2003 / 2004 I got the inspiration fro creating two shorts, 3 to 4 minutes each, using Cinema4D. The ‘blocks’ version of Mirror in Mirror came first. I learned the basics of object, light and camera variation, and could do my final titling in 3D as well. Some scenes appeared to reflection intense, and so calculation intense that they took a whole day per frame. check out the Low Res / High Res version of this short The ‘smart’ version of…