Author Topic: Almost Zaha - The Test  (Read 6040 times)

2014-04-22, 02:15:03

Tiago4D

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Personal Job,
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3D max, corona render, photoshop






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2014-04-22, 03:18:25
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Alex Abarca

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is that the Galaxy Soho in the back, did it render with the scene?

2014-04-22, 07:26:33
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Tiago4D

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Hi Alex! Is a picture to compose the image
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2014-04-22, 09:19:18
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2014-04-23, 01:11:09
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Zaha

One Day man, one day.

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2014-04-23, 08:33:38
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Felix Candela, that's the root.

2014-04-24, 15:08:51
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I like so much the mood you give in post.
My Ducati or a render with Corona.....mmm, hard question!

2014-05-04, 20:34:39
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hemrie

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Nice composition. It's good to see concept sketches along with renders.

2014-05-05, 10:18:59
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To be honest, I'm not sure if I see the Zaha reference. Their buildings tend to have a sort of... nonlinearity to their curves. The shape of the curve changes along its length, and they look more parabolic than circular. This is something's that's quite apparent in this image, for example. Another frequently occurring element is the joining of round and straight shapes. Examples here. Your design has more of a Jetsonian quality to it (which is not really a bad thing!).

I'm by no means an expert on their design principles, but I have worked on a couple projects for them.

2014-05-05, 13:41:43
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UFO......

2014-05-06, 08:34:46
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Alex Abarca

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To be honest, I'm not sure if I see the Zaha reference. Their buildings tend to have a sort of... nonlinearity to their curves. The shape of the curve changes along its length, and they look more parabolic than circular. This is something's that's quite apparent in this image, for example. Another frequently occurring element is the joining of round and straight shapes. Examples here. Your design has more of a Jetsonian quality to it (which is not really a bad thing!).

I'm by no means an expert on their design principles, but I have worked on a couple projects for them.

What did you do on Zaha Projects?

2014-05-06, 08:50:17
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Awesome Work Love it.. Will You Please share Your Render settings if you can?
Corona Render is best render engine ever!

2014-05-06, 09:47:39
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What did you do on Zaha Projects?
I worked on both planning application images and marketing material for the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies for Oxford University, and was somewhat involved in a couple of others as well but I can't remember what the projects were called.

2015-03-14, 19:32:34
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Hi Captain!
I just did a drawing any and I tried to move to the 3d
how you can see is very different of the drawing on paper
and not is a direct reference about zaha, is just a no convencional volume
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