Some of my new work :)

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Maximus
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Some of my new work :)

Post by Maximus » 20 Oct 2017, 02:52

hey guys, here are some images i've done for my last work, they are quite edited from the work ones cause its still under nda, i'll post after.

softimage and redshift, some comp in fusion and thats it. 7 minutes per image, 12/15 minutes the one with extreme dof.

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by funky75 » 20 Oct 2017, 10:54

Top Five!!!

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by mc_axe » 20 Oct 2017, 21:10

Another great work by Maximus!
I love the pillows the carpet, courtains, bed, shadow of bed mixed with the warm colours of the lamp, textures and so many things.

If i try to object on anythin that is maybe the ceiling lamps they look kinda flat.
Now I just wonder how it renders with increased black crush threshold / amount and maybe with some hexagonal DOF, or some bokeh image :-?
But i like it also that way, more dreamy, bloom ish!

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by FXDude » 22 Oct 2017, 02:21

Just wow!

All quite realistic.

Just to ask, when you mentionned under 7-15 min, is that using approximation methods? (IPC or IC) or is that all brute force?

if not brute force, do you know if that setup holds up in animation?

Also if willing to reveal, how did you manage to model the cloth?

Nevertheless, very nice work! :ymdaydream:

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Maximus » 22 Oct 2017, 23:34

I always use primary bounce: Brute force, secondary bounce: irradiance
using randomize pattern each frame (noise) it wont make any issue, i never had any flickering or anything with Redshift, some small issues might happen when u have very tiny and fine displacement, but you can work around this. Actually this is an animation but i cant post the finished work because its still under dna, once the job is public i'll come back here and show you, this is a revisited version of the actual finished work, for obvious reasons :p

cloth was done in marvelous, pretty standard stuff, then refined in mudbox.

thanks everyone guys

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by rray » 23 Oct 2017, 14:28

Very nice, looking forward to the final animation. The client should be very happy.

How nice too that we still have the choice between so many great (an up to date) renderers.
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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by McNistor » 28 Nov 2017, 08:02

Very realistic cool looking images. Did you come up with the interior design too or it is the client's?
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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Maximus » 04 Dec 2017, 15:29

McNistor wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 08:02
Very realistic cool looking images. Did you come up with the interior design too or it is the client's?
Hey thanks for the comments, no i actually tried different versions that i came up with and showed them to the client untill they picked one they liked the most, which is not the one i've posted here (this one is the one i liked the most).

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Maximus » 29 Jan 2018, 18:23

just to keep things organized, here is another render done in redshift, some of you might already seen it, hope you like it

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p.s. i forgot how to make images smaller on forum sorry :(

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by milanvasek » 31 Jan 2018, 13:20

nice! I mean, horrible, scary, but nice :)
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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Draise » 31 Jan 2018, 13:59

Very nice! I like the hair you have on him. Also the ground! Nice work there. I bet it must be fun to animate him.

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Grubber » 31 Jan 2018, 16:24

Very very cool... and creepy!
I especially like how the eyes have some glint, really add a lot to creepiness factor :)

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by SamHowell » 31 Jan 2018, 19:35

Very nice indeed. Any plans for animation?

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by rray » 31 Jan 2018, 22:15

That looks really realistic nice work!

I used to imagine sleeping in that bed would be nice... not so much anymore ;)
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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by sant0s » 01 Feb 2018, 12:00

Wow, fantastic work. :)

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Re: Some of my new work :)

Post by Maximus » 12 Feb 2018, 16:03

Anddddd some other interior rendering stuff!

Thanks guys for the kind words and no i suck at animating, especially spiders! :D

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Softimage and Redshift, 15-20 mins per image with 2x gt1080
hope you like it!