Uros and Igor, from EDiT, previously wrote here about the Making of the BOKA Artist Residence project and today they visit us again showcasing the process of making one of their most recent projects – The IEEG Energy Center. Focusing on a single shot, they will describe how they took it from model to final relying mostly on post-production workflow. Enjoy!
Lino Dumont‘s House at the River renderings awarded him Best Visualization of the Week NO. 29 using Maxon Cinema 4D as his main platform for setting up his scene and rendering it with V-Ray. Lino managed to mix the site photo with the render creating a smooth blend and great looking green painterly look to it. Check out his process of making this all work. Enjoy!
tresde’s Santi Sánchez has been pretty active on the forums lately, and I like the fact his work is a mix of both ‘All In Render’ and ‘Postwork Based’ workflows. He’s really good at doing both, which clearly shows in his ‘Crystal Box’ Villa project which did not get too much attention on the forums, but it will now! This one was a personal project of his, intended to take postwork for a long drive. You’ll find here a Video by Santi taking you through the process of making this image, a step by step textual and visual breakdown as well as a scaled down version of his PSD file.
Ive written an article for 3D World Magazine that takes a look over the arch-viz field trying to define our workflows, styles and technologies we use in our daily work. You can find this article in the latest 3D World Magazine, April 2013 Issue, but since I run into the Print World Wall and couldn’t get in all the examples I had in mind, I decided to follow-up on the article by showcasing more examples that I like Starting with the Postwork Style Workflow Enjoy this roundup!
Beauty and The Bit have been present pretty steady in recent forum spotlights, featuring great looking visuals with a unique look and lots of emotive quality to them. Creating urban environments and visualizing office building and towers specifically is something I’m dealing with right now and so talking with them about the work they did on the ‘Trinity Bureau’ project was very interesting and even more so this behind the scenes article they made for us all. Enjoy!