3d animation/renders

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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby SMR 510RR » Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:35 am

Yea, I agree on the wood being a little too shiny. I made everything in the scene and textured it all. Yea I am using Mental Ray so its a Mr sun and sky, learning as I go have no actual training in 3ds max so it has been a learning experience. I use mostly Mr arch&design materials because they are quick to setup with the presets they have, mental ray can be a PITA but I dont really feel like learning (or buying) v-ray at this point in time. We use Revit for our architecutral needs and I can export directly from there in FBX form and import into max but it is linked so if I make a change I can easily update my max scene...Long story short is that Revit has Mr as its rendering engine so the materials I have setup in Revit transfer over as Mr materials and it would take me a lot longer to switch out every material when half of them are perfectly fine.

I personally find exterior scenes much harder to render realistically because they always look a little cartoon like, must be material settings though. I havent done one in a while so maybe I just sucked at it back then haha.

I am working on a kitchen rendering at the moment so I will post it up when it is done. These are just promotional to go in a magazine we are doing so they are only going to end up like 3" wide so I am not too worried about the little details haha.

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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby ehm24 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 8:09 am

To make that render just about perfect besides the roof, manipulate the wood texture to make it more realistic and it would look just about real.
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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby SMR 510RR » Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:48 pm

ehm24 wrote:To make that render just about perfect besides the roof, manipulate the wood texture to make it more realistic and it would look just about real.


The floor?

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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby ehm24 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 7:33 pm

The bed, sorry I spaced out in what I was talking about.
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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby Kording » Mon Sep 10, 2012 11:58 am

First model and render ever. I am getting used to blender yeah :D what do you think ?
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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby Jamesmx2000 » Fri Sep 21, 2012 3:14 pm

my first sorry for the crappy quality, probably needed more llight
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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby Kording » Fri Sep 21, 2012 5:08 pm

haha very nice. Yeah we are getting used to it bro. What program did you use ?
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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby p2sta » Fri Sep 21, 2012 5:18 pm

nice to see somebody actually trying to learn instead of just begging others to do more bikes ;) Keep working man!

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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby Jamesmx2000 » Fri Sep 21, 2012 10:19 pm

Kording wrote:haha very nice. Yeah we are getting used to it bro. What program did you use ?

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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby ddmx » Mon Oct 29, 2012 3:40 am

Speed model of a hackercraft style boat. Hull would be mahogany. Engine compartment at the stern, seating and captain at the bow.

Primarily a test to familiarize myself with SolidWorks surfacing features.

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Postby attacker5 » Mon Oct 29, 2012 4:36 am

Thats cool, love the curves.
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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby MXJProductions » Wed Oct 31, 2012 8:09 pm

Well this was editing in After Effects, however the 2nd scene is by me. I made this while back in Coolege lol Getting my edumication! Anyways, not the best modeling, but I was extremely proud of it at the time.

This is a demo Reel I did recently for Vurbmoto.com for a job position. I was fortunate enough to land it. However does not start until 2013 after Supercross season starts. Doing basically all of their After Effects needs for Redbull,RacerX, etc....
Anyways enjoy!



The last segment gets a bit repetitive, but I wanted to show them, I could do After Effects as well photography,video work.

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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby SCHAFFERNOCKER » Wed Oct 31, 2012 8:42 pm

nice detail on the camera's tho. Looks real good for focusing your time in video editing.

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Re: 3d animation/renders

Postby MXJProductions » Wed Oct 31, 2012 8:44 pm

Thank you. Most people are shocked to find out I can model, it is just not something that interest me. I respect anyone who does modeling lol. Such a pain in my ass. :lol:


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