Bcn City, Juan José Palomo (3D)

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  02 February 2005
Wooooohhhh...Impressive work my friend, the ligth and materials and posproduction is incredible, the static image is impressive, but the animation is absolutely incredible!!!

Tas salio bufón...un saludo
Luis Calero "Chewaka"
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  02 February 2005
What´s up JJ,

What a piece are You showing here man, watchin´ that I wanna go to Bcn.

Really impressive clip dude, I love that real look You get with the postpro, the camera behavior is perfect and the movement very natural. (take care crossing the road )

Ivan del Rio
character animator...

  02 February 2005
Ey tios!

Thanks for the comments!! I am glad you like it
  02 February 2005
That has got to be one of the most amazing videos I have seen in a LONG time. I am truly impressed. When I first watched the video, I thought you had composited in a car or building with live footage (which would have been astonishing in and of itself), but when I saw it was all CG, I damn near soiled myself man.

Can you give any more info into the creation of this like how much time you spent on it, how long it took to render, did you do EVERYTHING by yourself (modeling, texturing, animating, lighting, postprocess etc) or did you have some people help you out? Would love to hear any more info you have to share on this piece.

sorry, cant think of any crits

but it is just outstanding work. Bravo!!
  02 February 2005

Very nice work. There's a lot of hours spent making that scene, no doubt about that

I think the filtering and the camera work detracts me from completely believing this is real, and not 3D. You have to have a pretty cheap lens to get that amount of blur and flares The camera has a very keyframed feel to it, if you've used a tracked camera instead that would have really sold it I think.

But still, this is frontpage stuff!


Last edited by SuperRune : 02 February 2005 at 11:22 AM.
  02 February 2005
Hi Innovator.

Well, some facts a bout the scene.

The scene has about 2 million polys.

I rendered it in two layers. One layer for the static elements (flats) and another layer for the dinamic ones (cars etc). I also rendered a layer with the fog and another one with the ZDEPTH info.

I have rendered the entire scene in three dual machinnes in 21 hours.
I have used Max for modelling, Vray for rendering, Photoshop for texturing and combustion for compositing.

The mos important thing I have done in postpro is changes to the exposure of the camera, the color of the escene, blurs, and some help to the camera animation.

Thank for your interest.
  02 February 2005
aps, about the time. I have spent two weeks in this work. I have no people helping me, no.

Thanks again.
  02 February 2005
wow...great job!

I agree with a couple of the other posters. The stills are pretty good, but
the animation is amazing.

5 stars for the anim.

  02 February 2005
wow this is really really good man! could have been real! dude keep up the good work!
  02 February 2005
Ouch! I think I can even recognize the real place! Isn't that Via Laietana street? I'm still downloading the video, but just for the pics... I'm amazed. Great work!


Last edited by ikephoto : 02 February 2005 at 02:35 AM.
  02 February 2005
Thumbs up

Man! the best! Very nice work
  02 February 2005
great work
really love it
  02 February 2005
oh my...

I am so humbled.

  02 February 2005
Wow! Amazing stuff!
  02 February 2005
Simply a Perfect work.
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