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    Hi everyone,

    My name is Julio, and im from Spain.
    Im quite new here in this awesome forum, ive been reading some posts, news, etc. but not written anything. Now its time for some action

    Im very interested in this competition. All the others entries are so much interesting, and im learning a lot from you all, thank you very much, and thanks to Ronen for this incredible blog.

    I already have an idea for the contest, its quite simple, but im willing to investigate in this area: you are in a summer "picnic" in your garden, and a summer storm surprises you, so you have to find shelter under your "HOVER" house. Ill try to stop the time, as in a 1/5000 second of exp photo, so you can see the rain drops hovering in the air... (sorry for my poor english, maybe its better to show my first drawings).

    Every comments would be welcome, as im not sure if the concept is good enough. Ill like to tell a little story in a single image (or maybe two).
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    well sounds really intresting...

    looking forward to seeing some WIP's

    good luck

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    this is probably my favorite inital concept so far, love the idea of rain bouncing back off plates etc. sounds really cool!

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    Very interesting. I like that you're using the space to tell a story.

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    You should reference the Paratay House by Marcio Kogan - similar form.

    Very nice concept from a design point of view.

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    Thank you all for your interest!

    Ross, so nice reference, i didnt know that one, but fits perfect on my project, as i need a hevy main body hovering and maybe 1 or 2 secondary bodies laying on the heavy one.

    Im working on a close up of the picnic table to see if i can get the effect of water stopped in the air. Im working with Realflow and its looking good.

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    Ok, here are my first wips.

    Ive worked with different programs. Main modelling (glasses, dishes, etc.)and clothes in Maya. Liquids in Realflow. Shaders, scattering and rendering in 3dstudio and vray.

    This is a close view of the foreground elements, the "picnic" set. The clouds are coming, the sky is getting darker, and the first rain drops start falling...

    First, a pair of real photos, that im using as references, and then two test images:
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    Well, now im working on the building, and ive decided to work with modular prefab concrete. I think its funny to work with concrete as a puzzle, and i think this material fits well with the contest.

    First a pair of reference images of a real building here in Spain.
    Then a drawing of the design and a "wip" image of the modelling in Maya.

    what do you think about this structure? any other examples? thank you guys for your help.
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    Hi Julio,

    I think your concept is very interesting. I just want to ask you, since i'm quite new at this... How do you get the effect of the rain drops "interacting" with the table cloth? to get that wet look?

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    Hi, thank you for your interest.
    The cloth is getting wet with rain drops and with the little drops from the multiple "splashes" so i decided to imitate the real photo from flickr and mix two effects.
    First: the effect of the drops that are really wetting the cloth (the dark ones), i made a vray material for the cloth with bump and reflection.
    Second: the effect of little drops laying on the surface but not wetting it (because of the surface tension of the water). I made a proxy of a simple drop and then scattered it randomly all over the table.

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    Well, im working on the building and its taking shape, heres another "wip" so you can see the changes and new details.
    Im looking forward to your sugestions and comments, so i can improve my design. Thank you all.
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    Hi guys,
    Im a bit busy with a project, but im trying to continue with this challenge as hard as i can.
    I have my building quite finished, and now im working on the surroundings, specially on the "rocky terrain" im trying to reproduce. Im using Maya and Mudbox for this purpose.
    Any suggestions are welcome...
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