Moso Studio shares with us a fantastic breakdown of their work on the 80 East 10th film for NAVA and Brown Harris Stevens. The goal was to portray NAVA’s vision in a way that would resonate with viewers, and so the unique and intricate facade pattern was recruited for this purpose, with a sphere guiding the viewer all through the film along with some smart Forest Pack tricks to accompany that. Enjoy!
Dive into this insight-packed case study by GROUND STUDIOS showing an inside look at their CG production of TimeRide VR. It is a new attraction for tourists and Cologne citizens including a unique multi-user out-of-home VR experience. Anima by AXYZ Design played a significant role in this one, along the other apps mentioned in this article. Enjoy it!
ANIMA 2 came on the market in June 2016 and after several updates, it has been consolidated as the best solution for quickly and easily creating stunning 3D animations in very little time. ANIMA 2.5 becomes a software for daily usage to populate scenes mainly due to the introduction of Metropoly Ready-Posed model support for still imagery.
People in motion add a unique and vivid atmosphere to any 3d rendered animation. However, one must get the hang of it before doing so and pulling it off nicely! Even tough we can easily get realistic high poly scanned 3D people on the market, who look pretty realistic when standing still, making them move is a tricky business. We’re so used to natural human movements that our eyes detect the slightest misplaced move in an instant. Follow Dorka Somlói from ZOA as she describes their method for this. Enjoy!
The Boundary showcases their latest and remarkable visuals for Renzo Piano’s 87 Park residential building in Miami. I had the pleasure seeing this remarkable piece of work for the first time during SOA Academy Day #6, during which The Boundary shared more information about the creation of the stills and animation this project called for. It is a pleasure for me to spotlight this project here, accompanied by some slides from The Boundary’s SOA Talk. Enjoy!