3D Contest #3 Exteriors

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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby planetmirth on 11/23/2009, 10:21 am

Very interesting thread :D
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby Todd Harland on 11/27/2009, 5:46 pm

planetmirth wrote:Very interesting thread :D

Interesting how nobody ever wins these "contests".
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby FigMaster on 12/31/2009, 8:02 pm

Not sure this really counts since only the foreground is 3-d... the background is a matte painting I did, though. It looks cool even if it doesn't qualify ;)

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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby HD_MAC on 01/1/2010, 3:20 am

FigMaster wrote:Not sure this really counts since only the foreground is 3-d... the background is a matte painting I did, though. It looks cool even if it doesn't qualify ;)

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Sorry, it's way cut off, the full image is here: http://figmaster.cgsociety.org/gallery/


It is really nice.
Keep it up
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby michalz00 on 01/14/2010, 1:22 pm

Two snapshots from my upcoming short movie "Fog of War"

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http://img109.imageshack.us/img109/990/scene06b.jpg
http://img94.imageshack.us/img94/7683/scene15.jpg

All done in Cinema 4D. Buildings were painted and textured in Bodypaint. Composited in AE.
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby Pigeon on 01/14/2010, 3:13 pm

michalz00 wrote:Two snapshots from my upcoming short movie "Fog of War"

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Direct links:

http://img109.imageshack.us/img109/990/scene06b.jpg
http://img94.imageshack.us/img94/7683/scene15.jpg

All done in Cinema 4D. Buildings were painted and textured in Bodypaint. Composited in AE.


That looks really great! Very nice work, would be nice to see a little breakdown since everything is so foggy (of course, that is what makes the piece finished). But yeah, that looks really great... Do you have any larger renders or is that maybe your output resolution for the project?
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby michalz00 on 01/15/2010, 1:23 am

Pigeon wrote:That looks really great! Very nice work, would be nice to see a little breakdown since everything is so foggy (of course, that is what makes the piece finished). But yeah, that looks really great... Do you have any larger renders or is that maybe your output resolution for the project?


Thanks Pigeon!

Yes, it is my output resolution. The movie was shot on a Panasonic digital camera that happens to record movies :) (crazy, I know). At least this resolution grants me that maybe someday I will finish the movie. Some animation renders still take few hours to finish. I also did some matte paintings at a higher resolution, but it was mostly a photoshop work (and I'm not that happy with the results :) ).

Highest resolution I work with on this project is this:

Image

Direct Link:
http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/756/scene18.jpg

This one I modeled and textured in C4D then did some more painting work in PS and finishing in AE.

PS. I love the VUE works in this thread.
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby BJCurlee on 06/10/2010, 11:26 am

Here is my latest...

(Will anybody ever win this contest :=~ ...)
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good job

Postby snakejames on 06/10/2010, 11:28 pm

Thank you very much, but its still a work in progress
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby H4X21 on 07/23/2010, 6:32 am

I made two scenes with Vue 8. This wasn't actually for anything it was just to test out Vue and see how it worked. These are my first 2 scenes I ever made with Vue so they might not be that good.

http://img825.imageshack.us/i/landscape01.png/

http://img44.imageshack.us/i/landscape02.png/
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby eddpod on 08/5/2010, 5:01 am

planet x
planet x.jpg

I made this in 3ds max
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby TylerART on 08/24/2010, 7:38 am

Cool pictures everyone!
Here is mine, just a bunch of photos of plants on planes to look like grass. Same 3D tree and more single plane trees for fillers. Enjoy! :D

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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby graphite on 09/29/2010, 3:01 am

michalz00 wrote:
Pigeon wrote:That looks really great! Very nice work, would be nice to see a little breakdown since everything is so foggy (of course, that is what makes the piece finished). But yeah, that looks really great... Do you have any larger renders or is that maybe your output resolution for the project?


Thanks Pigeon!

Yes, it is my output resolution. The movie was shot on a Panasonic digital camera that happens to record movies :) (crazy, I know). At least this resolution grants me that maybe someday I will finish the movie. Some animation renders still take few hours to finish. I also did some matte paintings at a higher resolution, but it was mostly a photoshop work (and I'm not that happy with the results :) ).

Highest resolution I work with on this project is this:

Image

Direct Link:
http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/756/scene18.jpg

This one I modeled and textured in C4D then did some more painting work in PS and finishing in AE.

PS. I love the VUE works in this thread.

Good job but needs a lot more details
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby Hamon on 11/20/2010, 5:52 am

HD_MAC wrote:
FigMaster wrote:Not sure this really counts since only the foreground is 3-d... the background is a matte painting I did, though. It looks cool even if it doesn't qualify ;)

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It is really nice.
Keep it up


Really it is Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!! :-}= :-}=
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby Icedream on 11/22/2010, 9:51 pm

Thank for letting me see it.
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby Trackmaster on 11/27/2010, 10:17 am

This is my first try to create an island, and experimented with the text in Vue. Took 25 hours to render!

http://img405.imageshack.us/img405/4533/smallisland.png
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby BJCurlee on 11/27/2010, 11:08 am

Here is one of my latest in Vue 8 Complete. I did some post work on the color in AE CS3.

-Benjamin
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby serguei on 12/7/2010, 6:24 pm

Hi. Do you know where to buy ready made 3d exteriors (streets, buildings and so on) that can be used for the video? Thanks.
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby Rippy on 12/8/2010, 8:05 pm

Since a few people already posted some "extreme" exteriors I would like to share my work. This is a personal project I was working on a few weeks ago in Max to learn more about materials. I am still a beginner with little experience but someone might enjoy this render. Its worth noting that a good composition was not one of my objectives.

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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby Rippy on 12/8/2010, 8:06 pm

Since a few people already posted some "extreme" exteriors I would like to share my work. This is a personal project I was working on a few weeks ago in Max to learn more about materials. I am still a beginner with little experience but someone might enjoy this render. Its worth noting that a good composition was not one of my objectives.

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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby Faust on 01/6/2011, 8:59 pm

I made this in the demo version of vue in about 5 minutes. Sorry about the stupid watermark...
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby campru on 01/10/2011, 3:18 am

Made in Cinema 4D and tweaked with lens blur, curves and noise in AE
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby tKick on 01/15/2011, 3:57 pm

Can someone tell me why this specific topic is a a sticky?
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby jspreddy on 04/4/2011, 5:28 am

Cool thread.
Just saw this and I already have a 3d environment and also a test film.
Took 1hr:30min for the whole render(not considering the Ae rendering to video) of 100frames.
during which I was like >-|| ||-< :-}= :=~ and all that good stuff......LOL



would like some criticism if possible.. :)
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Re: 3D Contest #3 Exteriors

Postby tKick on 04/4/2011, 5:37 am

I wonder what your reason is for using more then 1 light-source?
And all in one line?

I guess your using MAX-scanline?
Try using a Free Direct or Target Direct for the main light-source
And place some omnis around the scene to light up the dark parts.

- Maybe add some wake of waves?

Love the end-bumper! Great explosions!

Concerning logo: maybe try to integrate it more with the explosions?
And maybe re-design it to make it more robust, heavier?
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