How did you to that arena with all those photos of the crowed??? getting the correct angle is probably a killer. Finding the right images and in the correct dpi is tedious right?
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Really impressing this high end visualizations seems to appear "from nowhere". The big advantage of these techniques is (hopefully) the saving of time - compared to a highly detailed 3d model. The disadvantage is the risk that the client says: "Really nice visualization but could you move the position of the camera slightly to the right?" But nevertheless both ways have their individual power. Big thank you for sharing this knowledge!
Wow, really inspiring work. I particularlylike the football pitch. The way you present in the videos is great.
When I was reading I was thinking 'too bad that can't take an animation of this beautiful work', I'm aware of 2D animation but in this complexity I have never seen, I'm glad that you proved me wrong Rafal! I truly enjoyed reading this! You're very talented, one man army! Cheers
Thank you dear all for so kind comments. There will be more and more publications, making of materials. Cheers!
WOW!!! i'd seen that particular image of the stadium, saved it to my archive list and finally seeing it here today. Looking at his process really does classify him in the genius categorie. Thumbs Rafael.
"every topic, with the right approach and way of thinking, can evolve into an interesting project." He makes many briliant ideas. But I like this one most, because many arrogant people take pride in subjects they get to work with, but he takes pride in transforming any subject into great work.He's very talented AND HUMBLE artist, for which I like him very much. This is great article, I am glad to have read it.
i am following rafal's work as well for some time (who couldn't?) this is a truly refreshing approach - love it!
Amazing work! Love all the techniques and final renders, and the videos offer a short, but detailed insight into how it all comes together. Truly impressive!
The work of Rafal Barnas is truly "unique" and it's great to see it featured on the blog. I deeply enjoy it and follow it closely. His visuals in contrast with Lasse Rode's style, this approach stills are heavily painted and the result is amazing. If you check out his vimeo channel you'll find that his works have a personal touch using powerful animated visuals with nice elements in AE and the result is so eye appealing. Great work! I would love to see more work using Vray+PSD+AE, the result is fantastic! Congrats on your job Rafal, Specially the "Harmony of Creation" one. Cheers!
I follow Rafał Barnaś works for a few years now, and he never ceases to amaze me. He has a very unique approach to viz and named his studio accordingly! Check this article to get to know him and his way of work in more depth.
Thanks for warm words!. The risk which you are writing about can be avoided by proper first stage of cooperation. Everything can be planned and discussed before start of work. If client says - "could you move the position of the camera slightly to the right" after all work including postproduction it means that first part of our work ( which is most important part ) was done incorrect. It also means that we didn't pay enough attention to composition, view etc. Thanks! Cheers
Good to hear, thanks!
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