Bijlmer Bajes by C.F. Møller and Barcode Architects. Unfortunately they didn’t win (OMA did), but we’re still pretty happy with the result.
A revamp of an old project done in personal time
Edition/Parnell by MR.P STUDIOS was shared on the showcase section during August and now once more, 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!
The reason why this video was created, is simply because we have put extra effort already on top of one of our commissioned projects, and I thought it had a good base for some even more. But once again the aim was to create some bit funny to work with, entertaining to watch and mainly to maintain the interest through-out whole animation. How I did you can judge for yourselves, but mainly I hope you will enjoy!
All models in this scene have been performed by me individually.
Under is a full 3D Animation showing architectural projects through a lonely point of view. The first version of the whole animation was rendered on a single notebook, using Corona Renderer.
All the scenes in this shortfilm were created from scratch firstly to be used in my new Corona Renderer Online Course, which you can find here: https://thilima.com.br/course/coronarender/
The greatest challenges of this animation were to figure out how to animate the flood scenes with objects interaction/movement without need make any simulations, and also how to render all the underwater scenes which had Displacement + Forest Pro + Volume Light at the same time. Average render time 5 to 15 mins per frame.
I hope you like it 🙂