edit of some work and experimenting done so far in 2016 into a Journal-Reel.
[for better resolution check this video out at the 3D Animation page
all done in-house as own projects (participation on collaboration projects will be shown separately!).
using Maxon Cinema 4D (with: X-Particles, TurbulenceFD, NitroBlast and others), Adobe After Effects (with: Element 3D, Nodes 2, Trapcode Suite and others).
almost 9 meters (30 feet) long and 3 meters high (10feet) space available in a confectionery and “almost” the absolut freedom to create whatever I wanted.
“the gods“ of chocolate and all those fine goodies became my theme including the client’s wish to show his products with it.
sketched on paper, built and rendered with Cinema 4D with all elements including smoke (using TurbulenceFD) and finally composed in Affinity Photo.
shy attempt of recreating a single scene from the great showreel/4 by Box Of Toys on a rainy sunday …
just published the most recent Show-Reel 2015
an edit of some work and experimenting I have done lately … all made entirely in-house!!!
tools I used: Maxon Cinema 4D (with: X-Particles, TurbulenceFD, NitroBlast and others), Adobe After Effects CS6 (with: Element 3D, Nodes 2, Trapcode Suite and others), Final Cut Pro.
you can check it out in a better quality on the “Animation” page -> “latest-reel”
or the on vimeo published version right here:
edit of some work done from april to july 2014 into a Reel.
visit the “REEL” page to check it out.
I needed to populate a scene with a stand while keeping some flexibility for changes without rebuilding everything. so I made this rig to make life a bit easier.
nothing sophisticated nor fancy, rather an easy way to create a stand with everything in place using a couple of slider’s.
hopefully it comes in handy for you and let me know if you used in your scene to share your render.
more info on the “Freebie” page with a download link for this free rig.
architectural visualization, rendering and interior designing based on a floor plan in 1:100.
to add a little life to the render’s and to better understand the dimensions, I added some furniture.
based on the clients budget we agreed on not to texture the scene and concentrate on the essentiel.
apart from these rendered images I presented his project on my computer to give him a virtual visit of his future home.
I could show him how the light throughout the year will fall on his loft-appartment and through the windows as well at different hours of the day.
he was especially pleased of the walk through that put him right there as he underlined.
location is central europe and rendered with the correct light of august 2014 at 15:30