Edition in Parnell by MR.P STUDIOS was shared on the showcase section during August and now, the making of Edition in Parnell is giving us all a glimpse behind the scenes of MR.P teamwork on two images they delivered for a contemporary building design by Monk Mackenzie. Learn how they used RailClone, GrowFX and gave Corona Renderer their first go!
Thomas Vournazos, from Slashcube, posted on the forums a super cool looking visual of Hotel 114 – A small project he did for a hotel design in Oberkampf area in Paris. Showcasing a vibrant, night life scenario, was the main goal for this image and nicely done. Using Maxon’s Cinema 4D along with Corona Renderer for C4D, Thomas describes his workflow in this Making of Hotel 114 article for all to learn from. Enjoy!
Express Building or The Daily Express Building is located on Great Ancoats Street in Manchester. Built according to the project of Sir Owen Williams in 1939. After finishing the project, CYLIND decided to spend a bit more time on the exterior view and remake it in their our own way. 3dsmax and Corona Renderer were used to produce this image which won Best of Week on the showcase section.
Hossein posted his recreation of Nasu Tepee back in June 2017, and this the making-of his scene, in which he managed to achieve high resemblance with the original photo and scenario using many tools in the process – 3dsmax, V-Ray, ZBrush, Marvelous Designer, Megascans, SpeedTree, Rayfire and more!
The making of Leeza SOHO Visualization is among the best articles in the past year and as part of a blog content review I’m pushing it up, so those of you who did not see it yet do not miss it! COSMOSCUBE did a fantastic job breaking down the architectural rendering process as they visualized Zaha Hadid Architects Leeza SOHO 46-story tower in Beijing, China. For comments, jump into TALK using the link at the end of the article.
I’m super happy to share with you today the MAKING OF “Frozen in Time” by Marcin Jastrzebski. This was picked as Best of Week 05/2018 and was his entry for an Evermotion Challenge in which he tried 3d Rendering with Photography Approach… focused on slow shutter speeds and how that can turn out in a render. Enjoy!