Author Topic: Pictures from Corona Land #4 - Tiny Motions  (Read 1943 times)

2020-02-24, 12:45:46

Neb

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Hello there!

I would like to the fourth chapter of my personal project called "Pictures from Corona Land - tiny motions". Everything made just for practise, fun and to play with desaturated and also vivid images and simple animations. Just to play with details achieved in CG scenes and minimal composed views. Made with Cinema Studio R18 and Corona.

Behance hi resolution set:
https://www.behance.net/gallery/92539387/Pictures-from-Corona-Land-4










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Marcin Jastrzebski
www.realpolygons.com

2020-02-24, 20:47:58
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Designerman77

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Super cool.
Also like your presentation wit those symbols before every chapter, as well as the sounds.

2020-02-24, 21:03:25
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d.sign

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Amazing work indeed! Not only in technical aspects, but also in creative approach to animation. Theme/subject is also beautiful and unconventional. I love how you split the animation frame to subframes, not sure if this is correct description, but the way the composition of frame is made like puzzle of 2-3 pieces from different POVs...

2020-02-24, 22:03:58
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Philip kelly

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Your not too bad at the render .............
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2020-02-24, 23:09:27
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Impressive stuff!
I'm not Corona Team member. Everything i say, is my personal opinion only.
My Models | My Videos | My Pictures

2020-02-25, 00:24:20
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2020-02-25, 18:14:30
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Thank you for all comments!

d.sign - thanks - I always like to play with format of cg piece. For stills and animations either. That's great way to emphasize some important issues.

Designerman77 - thx! It was little experimental feature :)