Author Topic: The morning after the rain  (Read 16350 times)

2016-12-19, 13:29:25

mvshabeer

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Here is another one from me. I had this scene in my head for years. 4k render attached  Hope you like it C&C are welcome.





2016-12-19, 13:51:35
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absolutely awesome, really great job

2016-12-19, 14:25:34
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OMG, at 2K it almost indistinguishable from photo. Superb job!
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2016-12-19, 14:29:00
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I love it ! Every single bit. We can feel it was shot just after the rain, when the sky starts to clear up. Fog starts to fade off and will give way to a beautiful sunny day. Lighting is top notch.
I would be curious to know a bit more on your approach for building that scene (reference, framing, render, post...). Really well executed, congrats !

2016-12-19, 14:31:06
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Amazing renders...Very detailed and nice materials. feeling this scene. Congratulation for great job.
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2016-12-19, 15:04:43
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Thanks for the replies, Glad you like it

I don't have a specific reference for this, I started by googling Street after rain, london morning etc..
Here is clay render



It started like this last week. First I made the pavement and roads, Tuned the materials and lights and get a decent look;



 After that I build the surrounding buildings and other details.




2016-12-19, 15:17:09
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2016-12-19, 16:38:43
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Its absolutely fantastic but its honestly the most geographically confusing picture ive ever seen haha. London doesnt have yellow school buses, school crossing signs and fire hydrants!

2016-12-19, 16:43:01
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haha exactly; I was confused too. I started with new york reference; then paris and london. I didnt had a plan
I want the newyork schoolbus, london bicycle and the paris streetllights :p

2016-12-19, 17:01:06
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It's a city with something for everyone from everywhere :)

2016-12-19, 22:43:19
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Superb images and materials.

2016-12-20, 00:31:50
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This is insane quality!
How long did you spent on it approximately?

2016-12-20, 02:55:56
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that's an awesome render! congrats!
did you use fog?
and the interiors behind the windows, are those 3d objects interior or just a windows texmap? once I used a texmap to reduce the render time but I cant make it looks as good as yours :)

2016-12-20, 03:43:08
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I think I spent approximately 50 hours.  Most of time spent was thinking what to do due to lack of a plan 
Yes Fog is used.
Interior of the Costa is 3d,  but the pizza interior is just textmap applied to a plane with light material. The plane is inside and there is also window with glass material  so it looks like 3d

2016-12-20, 05:44:25
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...The plane is inside and there is also window with glass material ...
ok I got it, many thanx for the tips :)