All images are 100% 3D Renderings. Here’s a little project which aim to reach a photo realistic relationship between light and shadows on renderings.
Sometimes Photoshop totally compensate the lack of time for details during the rendering phase! Here you will see the transformation from the raw render to the final. It is not always like that, sometimes you have more time to work on 3D to put more and more realistic details (specially in the interiors scenes). Enjoy!
Merry Christmas 2015 from The Whale’s Side Joyeux Noel 2015 – The Whale’s Side
Recently me and my fellows teammates Lidia Savioli, Daniele Pasin and Chiara Violi, had the honour to recieve a special mention for the Europan 13 – Netherlands for the Leeuwarden site. Here i will post some of the renders that i made to show our project, the Iepen House – an additional “chez-moi”. It’s more a meta-project than a real architectural project, so the images portait some of the daily experiences that you could live if you subscribe to our Iepen House project in Leeuwarden. You can watch our panels here . Enjoy!
(RECOMMENDED QUALITY 720p) Here’s another quick Unreal Engine test. Last time i had the possibility to “play” with this engine was with 4.4 version. I was curious to test some new features by representing a scene picked from one of my still image renders. and here there are some preview pics from one of my actual UE projects:
Here’s some renderings i quickly made just for Instagram. Images were made in no longer than 3 hours each. Some of these are real projects, some others are invented. Especially i’ve got inspiration from some great photographers that i discovered through pinterest and behance. As time goes by i will add some other pics. Enjoy!
The Whale’s Side logo for the Architectural Visualization goes a little more professional! Here’s the new graphics composing my new Portfolio published on ISSUU. If you want to check it out the link is here
WIP of the interiors of a creative agency office. A lot more furniture to come.
Here’s a bunch of snapshots taken from an animation experiment, using Realflow+3Ds+After Effects. The work to do is reeeally huge, but little by little I’ll post some progresses!