Author Topic: Hyrule lost woods - CGI fan film (Teaser)  (Read 3224 times)

2020-02-06, 01:05:54

Romuald

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Hi everyone,

I share with you today, a short teaser of a fan project that I'm working on it since several months.
The final project will be a CGI short fan movie (around 3 minutes) on the theme of Lost woods of Hyrule.
The entire project is calculated in 3840x1634 pixels natively on Corona Renderer on a single computer (mine).
The configuration is: intel i7 6800k, 32go, gtx 1070
Of course the main difficulty is the rendering times in 4k. But I'm really pleasantly surprised, I'm between 30 and 50 minutes per frame.
Of course this is  project i do for fun, and there are a lot of things to fix. I plan to complete the project during the 2020 year.
I hope you will enjoy this first preview, in 4k.
I regularly post my project progress on the networks, don't hesitate to take a look.

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2020-02-06, 06:35:35
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cjwidd

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The color palette and lighting - the atmosphere - is incredible, really great imagery +1

2020-02-06, 10:08:40
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i7 + 4K
incredible

nice work

2020-02-06, 10:26:30
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James Vella

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2020-02-06, 11:03:53
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Outstanding work - original, beautiful, can't wait to see more.

2020-02-06, 11:20:31
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Romuald

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I really really thank you all!
I started to have doubts last night because I know that some things are cheap.
I try to fill this lack of realism and details with the atmosphere.
I'm glad you like it.

2020-02-06, 11:32:15
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I started to have doubts last night because I know that some things are cheap.
I try to fill this lack of realism and details with the atmosphere.

I have no idea what you're talking about, the teaser looks amazing. And the fact that you are rendering it on a single i7 machine with 32 gigs of RAM, is just mindblowing! Can't wait to see the whole thing.
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2020-02-06, 11:39:56
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Romuald

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I started to have doubts last night because I know that some things are cheap.
I try to fill this lack of realism and details with the atmosphere.

I have no idea what you're talking about, the teaser looks amazing. And the fact that you are rendering it on a single i7 machine with 32 gigs of RAM, is just mindblowing! Can't wait to see the whole thing.

Thank you so much!
I will work hard to finish this project this year :)

2020-02-06, 14:38:01
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I guess you are heavily relying on splitting stuff into parts, then compositing, post-processing? Nonetheless, this is impressive!
If you would need some scene optimization hints to bring your render times even lower, feel free to drop us a line at support@corona-renderer.com :)

2020-02-06, 21:01:38
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I guess you are heavily relying on splitting stuff into parts, then compositing, post-processing? Nonetheless, this is impressive!
If you would need some scene optimization hints to bring your render times even lower, feel free to drop us a line at support@corona-renderer.com :)

Thank you very much for your help offer @maru. I will contact you if I encounter serious rendering concerns.
Yes, I have some split sequence, and recomposed in aftereffects. But some sequences are calculated entirely. I really depends.

2020-02-07, 10:49:39
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2020-02-07, 16:11:08
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Romuald

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Thank you @wilbertvandenbroek

2020-02-08, 09:59:14
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No words...simple magic! Congratulations!

2020-02-11, 09:42:30
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I started to have doubts last night because I know that some things are cheap.
I try to fill this lack of realism and details with the atmosphere.

I have no idea what you're talking about, the teaser looks amazing. And the fact that you are rendering it on a single i7 machine with 32 gigs of RAM, is just mindblowing! Can't wait to see the whole thing.

this is the mind of a great artist at work. nothing is good enough. it's very hard to find a visual that fully satisfies him. his video is amazing no doubt about it, is it perfect? no, there are as he says "gaps" here and there even in the atmosphere. but his talent and mentality are amazing and the recipe of the most amazing creations, I'll make sure to follow his work for sure.
Although a purist, my work is anything but.
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2020-02-11, 11:00:01
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That's really beautiful, I watched it 8 times :- ). But also because music..

And 4K !! (not even gonna comment on i7, wow). Imho these kinds of work are such a good advertising, couldn't Corona sponsor a bit some render-farm for this when it's final?
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