Author Topic: Parisian Dark Interior - Full CGI  (Read 1092 times)

2021-04-21, 19:23:44

Neb

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Hi There

I would like to introduce new personal project and deep attempt to check new rendering possibilities tested through full CGI generated dark interior scene.
I wanted to go beyond a typical interior visualization and create something focused on diverse mood, details and take care of the light nuances and so varied effects.
I neede something more to add to entire set little story, little weird aspect. The dog is the element which introduces life into the scenes in a slightly surreal way. It's the element combining the entire set of views in a certain way. When I was add the dog to first test composition render I was quickly sure that it's it what I need. The second funny factor was typewriter and the message related to a lot of typewriter papers here and there. In my opinion every good 3d rendered image is born when light touches good and refined materials. No shortcuts. No fakes. When you feel that your scene kills your workstation during rendering process it's mean that you are on right way.
As always this project was created to practise skills, for fun and was born out of passiont to CGI.

​​​​​​​Software: Maxon Cinema 4D R23, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop, Camera RAW
​​​​​​​Project and visualizations: Marcin Jastrzebski

Behance hi resolution set:
https://www.behance.net/gallery/114319485/Parisian-Dark-Interior-Full-CGI

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Thank you for watching!

Best regards
Marcin Jastrzebski



« Last Edit: 2021-04-21, 22:31:55 by Neb »

2021-04-22, 22:03:32
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wilbertvandenbroek

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Stunning in every detail. How much time did this take man?

2021-04-23, 12:47:50
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Neb

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Thank you! It's difficult to assess time. I was working on this project beside regular commercial work. I think it was about two months.

2021-05-22, 18:15:13
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Gold over Blue

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Hi Marcin, As usual every new work you put out just pushes the boundaries of what's possible further out! It's a beautiful set of images, like nothing I have ever seen! Congrats and I will be looking forward for your next personal endeavour!

2021-06-17, 13:10:35
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Neb

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Gold over Blue - Thank you very much for your nice and inspiring to further work comment :) I'll try to keep quality!

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Neb