Still Life. Initially started as a test scene to check the quality of FStormRender.
The challenge was to illustrate a secret garden. I thought that besides the location, the garden has to keep some real secrets. In many traditional cultures there is the symbol of the tree, center of everything (universe, world, axis mundi etc) so I made it ‘tree of life’ literally. The Light, souls, unborn child’s, maybe knowledge if we force the sense. The surrounding environment it’s meant to emphasise the center piece.
First things first – someone once said.
It won’t be polite if we didn’t introduce our self first. PRIM3D is Skopje (Macedonia) based design and production studio formed in 2016 by 3D artists and architects.
LET THEM series
The series “LET THEM’ is our campaign for reaching to potential clients. Through the series we show how can virtual reality open new possibilities to real estate.
Every project that is part of the campaign is available on multiple platforms including VR (Oculus and HTC Vive).
Giving the customers opportunity to customize the space will make them more confident in their decision of purchasing their new real estate.
This project is representing office space giving opportunity to change the mood of the scene with different colors and materials for the walls, floor, furniture and interactive lights. Navigation through the scene can be done with walking or drone mode.
You can check other interactive elements in the walkthrough of this project.
The workflow starts with an architectural floor plan that is later imported and processed in a 3D software. After all the initial preparations are finished and all the required assets are made the project is transferred to Unreal Engine.
The pictures shown below are edited in Photoshop to display the interactions that can be made in the scene.
The showcase of the project can be seen here :
The walkthrough of the project can be seen here :
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Dalton House in Kenya
This experimental project entitled ‘Reclaimed island for fishery in Hong Kong’ was created for a Biennale exhibition.
The exterior needed to have a pale modern look with not more than three finish clad materials. We decided to work with; paint, glass and aluminum panel with wood print.