Karim Mousa’s Egyptian ethnicity led to many “descendant of the Pharoah” jokes in the five years he lived in Bergen, Norway working for the highly regarded visualization studio Mir. If only his colleagues had known his true claim to fame was as a former international Taekwondo champion. Well, in this article we get a glimpse into that world of his as he recreates the pinnacle moment of the sport. This one is a dozzy! I’m sure you’ll enjoy diving into this amazing breakdown.
Check out this in-depth making-of the Best of Week 48/2016 – “Nuremberg Bathroom” work by Mohammadreza Mohseni from Vivid Visual Studio. This was done using 3dsmax, Corona Renderer and a bit of MAXScript too. Enjoy! Read more
It is about time! Bookmanager was first released mid-2012… yea, that long ago. model+model did a great job since it is a great tool for automating the process of books placement. It is written in MAXScript for use in Autodesk 3ds Max software. It has a wide range of features and easy to use interface.
Mica Cruz is no stranger to the blog with the remarkable Making of Matelasse Film published back in 2013. The scene and visuals he’ll cover in this article were created for a BECG Course called BePro Black Chair – CGI Photography some time ago, specifically aimed towards those who want to learn how to correctly set the V-Ray physical camera like a real DSLR camera and understand the V-Ray lights to simulate any kind of light situation. It is a simple, but a very detailed scene that great lighting. And you know what else? It is going to be open for you for free!
iToo Software has gone off-piste in its latest tutorial for Forest Pack by demonstrating how, when combined with Max’s built-in Blob Mesh object of Thinkbox’s Frost, it can be used to cover geometry with snow.
I’m very happy to share with you today, this breakdown of the architectural rendering process by COSMOSCUBE as they visualized Zaha Hadid Architects Leeza SOHO 46-story tower in Beijing, China.