Author Topic: After Storm  (Read 3523 times)

2016-12-07, 10:06:26

Godzil

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Howdy!

I totally amazed by new versions of Corona. The light mixer and bloom and glare are working pretty nice and I was eager to test these.

So there was a small competition about post apocalypse and I though about taking a part. And this is what I made after few days working in free time.
The goal was to not spend to much time on it so I know it could be better, but I still hope you like it :)

The cool thing is that most of postproduction is done in Corona! The photoshop helped to burn the sky a bit more, add people and birds and few other details.

Please tell me what you think!


2016-12-07, 11:41:15
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GranDosicua

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I read the title and for a moment I thought "what kind of storm ends with hanged people?" Then read the description and all took more sense... ;)
Good work and good luck!
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2016-12-07, 13:36:05
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rozpustelnik

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Great work. I love the mood.
Few things I find unnecessary / distracting:
- fire in a barrel,
- speed limit sign,
- corrugated metal sheet.

2016-12-07, 16:00:15
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pokoy

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I don't comment often here but this one is a masterpiece - fantastic work!

2016-12-07, 16:19:19
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grafichissimo

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Impressive!

2016-12-07, 18:15:42
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Godzil

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I'm glad you like it guys! Thanks for comments!

Thanks for advice rozpustelnik, i'll think about this in my next projects :)

2016-12-07, 21:53:23
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SHEVCHENKO

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Great!!!!!!!

2016-12-08, 17:05:31
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Brutal. This is like from the golden age of CGI when Marek Denko and him likes posted this crazy detailed personal works :- )
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2016-12-08, 17:10:29
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Godzil

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Brutal. This is like from the golden age of CGI when Marek Denko and him likes posted this crazy detailed personal works :- )

Did you just compared this image to Marek Denko's works?!
You are crazy man, but I am so glad you like it! ;)

2016-12-08, 22:52:04
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shane_w

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Beautiful!  Congratulations very cool mood.

2016-12-09, 12:52:37
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Brutal. This is like from the golden age of CGI when Marek Denko and him likes posted this crazy detailed personal works :- )

Did you just compared this image to Marek Denko's works?!
You are crazy man, but I am so glad you like it! ;)
He is from the same country, he is allowed to make the comparison :D
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2016-12-13, 22:44:51
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Heh ok but still that was a  compliment 😊

2016-12-14, 06:45:06
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that's fantastic! congrats!
this kind of render makes me feel amazed and tired at the same time :D

2016-12-14, 22:49:28
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Love the attention to detail. Reminds me of one of the fallout games soft of. Best of luck with the competition.

2016-12-15, 06:43:59
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You bad!!!, this is amazing, I'm still struggling with pacing myself when I do my work. I find i rush and end up not liking a lot of of my own work. I can do so much better, any tips on managing your creatives and attention to detail while keeping everything in a set time frame ? I use inspiration images but most times they get over looked as I struggling with recovering from crashes in Corona for C4D alpha 6. And heavy files especially when it comes to exterior renderings. I've countered dealing with heavy files by using x-refs for now until proxies are fully operable but my main problem: I really struggle with slowing it down and adding much more attention to detail and story telling aspects of the rendering.  Any tips anyone ????