O casa de vacanta randata pentru Format-AD. A fost un proiect un pic mai complicat decat de obicei, pentru ca a trebuit sa fac toate grinzile vizibile si de asemenea, multi pereti din busteni neregulati (in care a fost nevoie sa decupez goluri de ferestre si usi).
Archive for the ‘3D’ Category
A render I made to test a HDRI I made. Here’s how I did it: I used a metal sphere to take multiple pictures of the same backgroud, with different exposure levels.
3D renderings I made for a company that manufactures baseboards and hardwood floor accessories. I had to make the different baseboard types stand out and I’m very happy with the way they all turned out.
An animation I made for ALPRO. They needed to show a potential client a smarter, faster and cheaper system for installing glass curtain walls, without the use of a crane.
A single family house, with a nice pool, a gazebo to relax in and lush plants to greet you when you step into the yard. Who wouldn’t want to come home to that? As usual, I just rendered the house based on the plans I got from the architect.
A small apartment building I had very little time to render. I was ready though, just in time for the presentation.
These are 3 roofs I rendered for Format AD, and they all had to be thatched. I researched these types of roofs (thank you, Google), and I then set out to match what I found using Vray Fur.
A toy I got for Christmas, that I subsequently photographed and then modelled in 3Ds Max. I tried to replicate in detail the photograph that I had taken and I am quite happy with the result. I know I could have made it even more realistic, and with a bit more Photoshop on the final render, no one would have been able to tell which is which. But I set some limits for myself (a time constraint and very little post processing) and this is what I made.
If you haven’t guessed it yet, the first one is the photo, and the second one is the rendering.
The images show a hotel in Italy and they were made for Format-AD. The construction of this was a bit more difficult than that of an ordinary project for two reasons.