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With this kind of image So there’s always a real issue with edge while doing ‘pre multiplication’.
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To be honest I give many tips and tricks that I have learned working in real production environment, even if It ain’t a stepbystep tutorial book.
All of them are VRay based. With that said, from my point this book is 3 in one. CG art, theoretical key concepts and very valuable practical procedures. That said, this led to the initial idea of this book. Notice, it helps me to analyze personal progress. Came the hard work. It’s something I often do after finishing a project. Of course And so it’s not that easy, It’s easy to think that right after you have written and reviewed the text, you already made 80 work percent. I’m always taking personal notes about the projects that i’m involved. Exciting poser. However, vRay’ is getting better and better with any version and I always felt like it was like a camera or brain extension. By the time being I find VRay top and the most simple render engine ever. That is interesting right? It’s fast, it’s robust and does exactly what I seek for it to do. Preproduction and modeling.
Boy, To be honest I hate modeling!
Whenever lighting becomes an easier task with modern render engines, the part that really needs a bunch of time to get a great VIZ picture is the postproduction.
Jokes aside, to have engines started can be a real timeconsuming task for me. Normally, without these elements even the finest models won’t help. No doubt! CG image without any so good models but with perfect lighting, materials, photographic composition and gorgeous final color. Lighting, shaders and color correction. Now let me tell you something. Light brings real character to scene and is an extremely important part Now, an artist should focus on other kind of tasks than modeling I reckon.
There’s a huge percentage of I believe Undoubtedly it’s a tremendous timesaver for us, CG artists, since last years.
Sure. And now here is a question. Does it really worth to spend 6+ hours modeling it? Well, the most ‘time consuming’ part of postproduction for me is color. Most important part for me is the pixel data and output dynamic range so I can push hard the final grade.
It’s a real pleasure to work with CG outputs instead of actual footage from camera -unless it comes from a high end hardware.
Not only expressed in CG art but also represented in painting, photography and certainly the real thing.
Architecture isn’t only fine art, it plays an enormous role in our lifespan. Any type of it. I reckon that traditional painting is even more important than that, people think that they will achieve hyperrealism by studying photography. Just think for a moment. CG and painting share exactly identical philosophy. Fact, artists that try to follow numbers, lost control of the final result. Another interesting question that’s also a strong point in my book. Everyone can learn a tool but tools change. Did you hear of something like this before? The more important is just knowing the fine arts.
Not educated in traditional arts -like painting mentioned earlier, Sadly, i see lot of CG people obsessed with numbers and parameters.
Start wasn’t particularly difficult.
That was the worst and more frustrating part. It’s not easy when no one except around you is interest in that approach really -neither clients nor your bosses. Although, while advertising or professional photography, difficulties came when I tried to innovate and change the game, to give VIZ a whole new standpoint through cinema. Accordingly the Third and the Seventh company to express my personal view of what architecture meant to me. Literally an entirely new world of possibilities. I got a great, instant attention of cinema and advertising people, the funniest part of all is that almost there wer not many architecture studios interested in this work those days. It changed it totally. While doing some VFX shots for his great film, last year I was lucky enough to work with director David Fincher. Now regarding the aforementioned fact… There going to be some liveaction and many vfx elements. What I really look for -and I’m doing best in order to achieve it really hard now -is to make narrative films.
Born Jorge Seva in 1979, Alex Roman is an artistic alias for publishing commercial work.
Alex’s work was featured in Motionographer, FilmPro magazine, Filmnosis and FXGuide among others.
The Third The Seventh. For instance, the Third The Seventh After that, he took a sabbatical year for to work on a ‘already built’ work visualization series, that are now stitched together into a short animated piece.
Above everything else As well as Prix Ars Electronica -Computer Animation / Film / VFX prize in really similar year for TS shortfilm. He had been working for a few companies since until he raised a new company by hiself. He won a Cannes Film Craft Gold Lion in the year 2011 for the Silestone brand commercial. Also, in the year 2011 he also supervised more than 20 vfx shots for the acclaimed David Fincher’s feature The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.