Quarto by Ramon Zancanaro

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January 11, 2012 |  by  |  Forum Spotlight, Inspiration, Visualization

Ramon Zancanaro mentions in his latest forum thread that he’s been “far from the 3d by long time…”, and I ask – Where Were You??? I would like to go too!!! Just glancing over his latest renders tells us it was a good place to be. This scene was intended as a cloth study, and a remarkable one in turned out.

Here are Ramon’s images that he made in this set. I also cropped a few 100% size details, so you can fully appreciate what he managed to achieve here.

Check out Ramon’s forum thread too – Second Floor, Block 1… (Quarto)

16 comments
AkbarBinAbdulRahman
AkbarBinAbdulRahman

Plz any help,
How to get a  4 point circle in marvelous designer 3 ?????????

thanks in advance. 

MartinBrinks
MartinBrinks

Great use of MD. Images looks good - despite the chromatic abberation ;-)

RamonZancanaro
RamonZancanaro

Hi my friends.. im happy for your coments.. tks a lot, you are truly my friends!!! This is my first test using Marvelous Design.. and i can say "thats Marvelous"!! Ronen askme to do a making of / tutorial and i acept it.. I will try to show my workflow on this scene

Tks Ronen.. its a grate honor for me!!

Alice79
Alice79

This is really nice...I really impress doing your modelling...Thank you for sharing..

leel0u
leel0u

wow! great all but i like light overall too much!

AmerG
AmerG

Incredible results! I wish someone would do an in depth tutorial on how to achieve these types of cloth.

MarcioOrtiz
MarcioOrtiz

Ramon Zancanaro is one of the persons that I proud to call my friend. He is not only a unique artist but he is also a enlighten human being, always ready to help and share some good laugh.

Well done, Ramones!

BBB3
BBB3

Very impressive modeling. Nice use of Marvelous Designer (CLO3D).

AmerG
AmerG

Great news, Romon. I'm looking forward to an insight into your workflow. Good luck with making of / tutorial, and I guess we'll see you soon:) @RamonZancanaro

MarcioOrtiz
MarcioOrtiz

@AmerG There is a feel bits and bobs on internet but I reckon that Ronen 'noise' means that something are already been planned ehehe

ronenbekerman
ronenbekerman moderator

@BBB3 Indeed! I take it they did not think of it being used in such a way, right? Mostly intended for fashion clothing on human models?

BBB3
BBB3

@ronenbekerman Yes, but it works wonders on furniture, though. Only drawbacks being the all-tris output and high polycount.

AlbertoMaciel
AlbertoMaciel

@BBB3@ronenbekerman yeah, but because of this, he use the "Quadrify mesh" and he really dont care with the polycount. he's amazing! *-*

ramon was my teacher! he's awesome, and completely humble! he lives in my town ^^

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