Some of my new work :)

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by sant0s » 12 Feb 2018, 16:46

I would love to take a shower there! :)
Great work man!
Its a hotel or you planed your new bathroom? ;)

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by mc_axe » 12 Feb 2018, 20:54

neat!

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by rray » 13 Feb 2018, 15:55

Very nice rendering! One very important element is missing though ;)
"as a maya discussion grows longer, the probability of a suggestion involving deleting the preferences approaches one"

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Maximus » 17 Feb 2018, 13:43

sant0s wrote:
12 Feb 2018, 16:46
I would love to take a shower there! :)
Great work man!
Its a hotel or you planed your new bathroom? ;)
thats a bathroom design for a client :)
thanks for comments guys!

here is a first test with new Redshift Raytraced SSS :D

40 minutes because i've used dof, mblur. no post was done, render straight out of RS. SSS in raytraced mode for snow and candle, unified is set pretty high, i like the sss accuracy compared to old system.

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by sant0s » 17 Feb 2018, 23:30

nice shader work. and the image looks very dreamy, like it.

I am also testing around with the Redshift SSS btw. great new feature. :)

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Maximus » 10 Apr 2018, 12:59

This is the work which i couldnt post before, the first bedroom i've posted on this thread was altered since i created a custom version for me, here is the client version
Here you can find a link to the vimeo animation:



and some stills

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cheers

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by owei » 10 Apr 2018, 15:34

Great work! Some specs? Guess, all Redshift?

cheers,
oli

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Maximus » 10 Apr 2018, 15:51

owei wrote:
10 Apr 2018, 15:34
Great work! Some specs? Guess, all Redshift?

cheers,
oli
oh sorry thought i've included it, my part is all Softimage and Redshift, the first part was arnold, a collegue of mine done the first part, we split the job in 2. I took care of the environment the interior scenes.
It was pretty straightforward, 10 minutes per frame it was 30 seconds, at 25fps, 750 frames.

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by mc_axe » 10 Apr 2018, 19:22

^:)^ ^:)^

Congrats!
Superb!

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Grubber » 10 Apr 2018, 20:26

Incredible quality! Well done!

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by owei » 11 Apr 2018, 09:20


oh sorry thought i've included it, my part is all Softimage and Redshift, the first part was arnold, a collegue of mine done the first part, we split the job in 2. I took care of the environment the interior scenes.
It was pretty straightforward, 10 minutes per frame it was 30 seconds, at 25fps, 750 frames.
:-bd
Ah...thanks..I like the little irregularities in the carpets and sheets for example ;) How long did it take to set up one room?

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Maximus » 11 Apr 2018, 11:57

owei wrote:
11 Apr 2018, 09:20

oh sorry thought i've included it, my part is all Softimage and Redshift, the first part was arnold, a collegue of mine done the first part, we split the job in 2. I took care of the environment the interior scenes.
It was pretty straightforward, 10 minutes per frame it was 30 seconds, at 25fps, 750 frames.
:-bd
Ah...thanks..I like the little irregularities in the carpets and sheets for example ;) How long did it take to set up one room?
thanks :)

well i took a bit because client was picky, some models were from libraries, they wanted some precise shading and textures, but overall i'd say that i've spent a bit more time on the lighting part, one week i would say between decisions and revert decisions :D
i personally dont like some stuff but you know, client always right, they decide, for example i had to build and rebuild the bedroom scene 4 times fully, because they didnt like the mood, the one i've posted at the start of the thread was my favourite, so i took it for myself :p
They went for this more "minimal" look which i dont like but again, they decide.

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by sant0s » 11 Apr 2018, 17:39

Very beautiful!
The animation, the light, modeling,... just great!

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Maximus » 12 Jul 2018, 20:20

here to continue with the last one:

the images are over 4k so you can watch them properly on the website here: http://www.massimogalluzzo.it/project-ochair.html (if you want to full quality right click the image -> open link in a new tab)

hope you like it!

Softimage and Redshift, render time is under 7 minutes per image. 2x nvidia 1080.
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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Maximus » 12 Jul 2018, 20:22

couple more

peace :-bd
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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by mc_axe » 13 Jul 2018, 22:36

Im looking at these chair legs and im like wow, is it something procedural?