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10 October 2010, 04:33 PM
After about 20 Days of Work We Did This Commercial of Audi A6 Car..
It Wasn't for Selling.. We Just Want to Show What We Can Do in Every Specialization, Because Every One of Us was Doing his Best in his Job..
We Hope You Like It.. :)

Used Softwares:
- Autodesk Softimage 2011 (Rendered on MentalRay)
- Adobe Photoshop CS4
- Adobe After Effects CS4

Render Info:
- Avg Render Frame Time: 5 mins (2Min 3Max Samples).
- Render Doesn't have Indirect Illumination.
- Used Passes: Beauty, AO, Depth, Car Specular.

Watch it on Vimeo: (6.9 MB)

Download it Best Quality: (24.5 MB MPEG-4)

Work Manager: Houssam Uddin AlHafez
Location Modeling: Taha Hasan
Rigging: Mouhammad Abo Bakr
Camera: Fayez AlBouka3y
Animation: Firas Sukar, Majd Boukhary
Lighting & Rendering: Housam Uddin AlHafez
Visual FX & MoGraph: Aous Unnasiry
Sound Design: Gaya Studio
Special Thanks for :
Gabag Abd AlMajeed, Mamer Batchok, Abd AlRahman AlHafez, Our Mothers & Wives.


10 October 2010, 11:57 AM
Good~ Not bed. man~
but I think about your video....Chromatic Aberration is too much.

10 October 2010, 08:46 PM
I really like this video, the quality of the renders and the model of the car are at the top, but the color of the car at some point of the video, blends with the color of the floor and I can't see where end the car and starts the floor. Anyway, my compliments!!!

10 October 2010, 11:58 PM
Nice work, the modeling and shading is top notch.

However I would like to echo Matt's point, you need to make the car stand out from the background, you can do that by using different colours or by making the car light and the background dark (or vice versa). This Porsche is a good example, black car on a light background:

The other thing I picked was that when the car stops, the suspension looks shot. Good suspension won't let the car rock so many times (it should dip once and that's about it).

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