It's really a nice work Efim!! And the way you used itoo software and bercontile maps is quite clever! Thanks for sharing !
@ShdDenis Спасибо, Shadow. Старался передать полученное при посещении места впечатление, там все серое и достаточно давящее, мало цветовых акцентов. Но согласен, с игрой света можно было бы получить интересные результаты.
Fantastic work but can you write little more how you did the lens effect and this little effect of dirt flying on the front of camera.
I had the chance to visit the site when I was in Berlin in January of this year. You have definitely captured the feeling present at the memorial.
Thanks for sharing.
@AlexanderDarby cool! I saw photos of these slabs covered with water drops, fascinating. Unfortunately I didn't try to reproduce it in this project :(
Gr8 Job man :) I can see lots of Hard work there .
Im Really intrested to know how long did it take you to finish this project start till final render frame ?
@anwar522 tnx Anwar, appreciated!
This project was started on the second part of May after my coming back from Berlin. After some tests with Forest I decided to make a short animation so it took me about 2 months from start to finish. Unfortunately I had not enough free time to work on it sometimes. As to the render time: the whole animation was rendered on my studio's renderfarm (40 servers), ~40-60 minutes per frame. The compositing process became the most difficult part of the project, because of the grayscale colors, that's why I added some lights for color contrast.
@Efim Armand 40 -60 minutes per frame [shock!!!]...
@nnamdiakubuiro yes you are right, I didn't care about the rendertime due to this ;)
@Efim Armand well with a 40 server renderfarm, it probably isn't...you probably cranked up the setting to get the best...It's a really good job and was worth the minutes...Well done
@nnamdiakubuiro is it too long? :)
Yes the Composition takes the most time . but you have done it and the project has come out Really Gr8 :) I have watched it like more than 5times :)
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