A few days ago I started to improve my 3DS Max and vray skills by modeling some interior scenes. My main goal is to create some photorealistic images. This is my first rendering of a simple living room. I used a vray physical camera, vray materials of course, a vray sun and a vray light plane in front of each window. It was rendered with the irradiance map and light cache + detail enhancement method. In my opinion it still needs some tweaks. The lighting and the color balance is not perfect yet, as well as some materials needs to be retouched. Stay tuned, I will upload a lot of more stuff the next days. Feel free to comment my work!
This is Alexey Kapkaev, a russian composer who writes music in the style of 8-bit video game consoles. I don’t understand anything in the beginning but the sound is really cool.
This is exactly what we do at metricminds. Nice to see that other studios work the same way. Check out the outstanding performance of Ellen Page.
Wow! The second Teaser looks amazing. The hard work of all is slowly taking shape more and more! Keep the expected release date in mind (20.02.2014). If you would like to know more about my involvement click here.
This is something for all the MoCap geeks among of us. Here a colleague of mine found a vocabulary for motion capture language. Very funny! My personal favorite is:
“Schmutzy Markers (slang)- markers that are covered in schmutz”
I have been working on this great project for the last 8 months, together with a lot of wonderful people from all over the world. If you would like to know more just click here.
A real rarity I’ve found a few months ago was my old C64 lying around in the cellar. The case was very dirty and after nearly 25 years of life typical brown discolored. It took me some time to clean it up. I dismantled the individual components and cleaned all parts seperately from each other. Finally I bleached the case itself to bring back the original color. I would say the result looks quite respectable. Maybe it looks good mounted on my living room wall or maybe I will put it in service again. We’ll see…