Author Topic: SUVARNABHOOMI @ RAJKOT(ANIMATION)  (Read 1632 times)

2020-03-07, 12:45:41

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Hello Everyone,

We have created this particular project to represent the typical joyful culture and life long peaceful lifestyle of unique town Rajkot in Gujarat, India. Our main challenge was to recreate each plant, local materials, water body and fountains required by client.

We have tried to incorporate client's view and perspective with speech in our storyline.

We welcome your thoughts and suggestion.

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2020-03-07, 12:59:33
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I really enjoyed watching this - some really solid work all round. I think the use of the architects voices was really beneficial too, and drove the narrative really well.

All technically very strong - but a particular highlight for me was the bubbling fountain, and some nice subtle camera work - lovely stuff!

I'm not sure I'd want to live there for fear of the ghost who pulls the blanket from the sofa, and opens the drawers in the kitchen haha.

2020-03-07, 14:56:34
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2020-03-09, 22:36:01
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Awesome work...Quick question. Was the different colored patches on the grass intentional? How long did it take to render?

2020-03-10, 12:41:42
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I really enjoyed watching this - some really solid work all round. I think the use of the architects voices was really beneficial too, and drove the narrative really well.

All technically very strong - but a particular highlight for me was the bubbling fountain, and some nice subtle camera work - lovely stuff!

I'm not sure I'd want to live there for fear of the ghost who pulls the blanket from the sofa, and opens the drawers in the kitchen haha.

Ha Ha Ha
Jms. lwly  Thanks for your Appreciation.

Though We have Dobby (House-Elf) in our team and he tend to play pranks with Renders...
Wish he will do something about corona Virus too... may be just snap his fingers and wipe it all ....
So we can clear name of Corona 😜...
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2020-03-12, 13:55:08
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Awesome work...Quick question. Was the different colored patches on the grass intentional? How long did it take to render?

Thank you so much for appreciating our work and efforts, actually we intentionally did those patches on grass and it took around 1 to 2 hrs as it depends on scene and PC configurations.
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2020-03-12, 22:34:53
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your works are always the best!

I would like to know just how many of you as a team worked on this project and how long it took to get it done from start to finish? particularly from modelling through rendering because i want to know the work force it takes to realise the end of this scale of project if i were to hire staff and start my own visualisation studio.

Did you share the work in parts?

Do all of you know lighting and rendering to the same level or some of you head that aspect while others have where they come in? like do i need 1 pro at lighting, 2 modelling specialist, 1 video editor and a room full of coffee!?

How much of Hardware was used CPUs n laptops....

Sorry for the long questions, hope i get feedback.

2020-03-13, 14:22:39
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your works are always the best!

I would like to know just how many of you as a team worked on this project and how long it took to get it done from start to finish? particularly from modelling through rendering because i want to know the work force it takes to realise the end of this scale of project if i were to hire staff and start my own visualisation studio.

Did you share the work in parts?

Do all of you know lighting and rendering to the same level or some of you head that aspect while others have where they come in? like do i need 1 pro at lighting, 2 modelling specialist, 1 video editor and a room full of coffee!?

How much of Hardware was used CPUs n laptops....

Sorry for the long questions, hope i get feedback.

 Thanks alot !
 2 member for modelling, 2 member for exterior render, 1 member for interior render & 1 member for video editor worked on this project.
 It took around 2 to 3 months to finish the animation.
 We shared our work view wise.
 We all know lighting and rendering at the same level. We had shared our work among each team members and we have exchanged our ideas & comments for better composition and lighting. It's all about team work.
 we have used PCs as per requirements, as we have assembled PCs which configurations are as below:
 Processor: 1) Intel's Dual Xeon 5th Gen Processors
                 2) AMD's Ryzen Threadripper 3rd Gen 3990 and 2990
 Hope you have got all your answers.
 


 
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2020-03-13, 21:01:35
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thank you Sir, great and helpful response. God Bless