Author Topic: Personal project called 'shadow'  (Read 2375 times)

2020-08-31, 20:23:15

Magdalena Marczak

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Hi everyone.
Showcasing my 2nd project called 'shadow'. A full set of many different images based on one main colour pallete. Once again playing with a composition, colour matching, high detailed modelling and all available possibilities that Corona Renderer gives to a 3D artist.

Hope you like it.










« Last Edit: 2020-08-31, 20:34:42 by Magdalena Marczak »

2020-09-02, 13:56:12
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Juraj

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Stunning work! Love the peculiar DOF :- ).
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2020-09-03, 11:56:03
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cjwidd

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The lighting combines with the broader shape language of the scene in a deeply satisfying way. The materials are great as well - nice job!

2020-09-03, 18:16:43
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Magdalena Marczak

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Thanks @Juraj, your appreciation made my day :)

@cjwidd Thank you too ! Did my best. Im glad you like it.

2020-09-07, 10:35:54
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yvesjaye

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Hey, love those shades. What is the primary source of lighting? The shadows fall so nice
Thanks

2020-09-09, 18:32:26
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Magdalena Marczak

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It depends of the image, but its HDRI or Coronalight, nothing more.

2020-09-17, 18:44:48
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Visuall_studio

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Wow, outstanding level of detail. Great tones and colors, keep it up!

2020-09-18, 17:21:58
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maru

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The DOF was a bold move, but it works great! It has to be a strange lens. :)
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2020-09-19, 08:46:12
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Juraj

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It has to be a strange lens. :)

Something like 7Artisan, getting very popular :- ).
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2021-01-29, 13:54:30
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cjwidd

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Was the bokeh done in PS or in the VFB with the new bloom kernel editor?

2021-02-10, 11:16:06
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Magdalena Marczak

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It's the Bokeh effect set up in Corona Camera :)