Lighting Challenge #29: Pixar Tribute: Gusteau's Kitchen (Ratatouille)

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Old 01 January 2012   #1
Lighting Challenge #29: Pixar Tribute: Gusteau's Kitchen (Ratatouille)

Welcome to the newest lighting challenge!

One important skill in lighting is being able to match the look and feel of a render to a backplate, another shot, concept art, photograph, film, etc..


Recently from one of CGSociety's Hardcore Modeling Challenges, Pixar Tribute, A participant by the name of Sapna Mondol has graciously donated a tribute scene of Gusteau's Kitchen from Pixar's film, Ratatouille. Your goal for this challenge is to collect reference images and then replicate a similar look to a scene in the film. This is not an easy task by any means, the original kitchen took many artists an incredible number of hours to complete. You will have about 3 months to complete this challenge, April 22nd 2012.

Here are some sites with references to get you started:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBeTMsmU53U
http://www.gyrovr.com/html/ent_ratatouille.html
http://www.cgsociety.org/index.php/...hefs_and_robots
http://animationartconservation.com...les_ratatouille
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0382932/
http://disney.go.com/disneyvideos/a...uille/main.html

Guidelines:

  • Since the film Ratatouille is property of Pixar I ask that you do not post any images or videos from the film in this thread. I will have to remove them if you do.
  • If posting your own rendered images or video of this scene anywhere out of this thread, please credit Sapna Mondol for the modeling.
  • Use any 3d software and techniques you would like.
  • Changes to the scene are allowed but not required.
  • Post your work in progress by replying to this thread so you can receive feedback
  • Feel free to share any extra information or breakdowns to show your techniques or lighting set-up.
  • Ask questions and give feedback
  • Enjoy yourself!
You can download the 3D scene files from the following, if you can provide a file format not in this list, please PM me:


-Dan

Last edited by jojo1975 : 04 April 2015 at 05:05 PM.
 
Old 01 January 2012   #2
Amazing challenge. Well, I'm gonna start by see Ratatouille again.

Thanks Sapna Mondol
 
Old 01 January 2012   #3
Wow.. have not done one of these in a year or more.. This looks like fun!
 
Old 01 January 2012   #4
I must say...this is some really nice modelling. Props to Sapna for donating this model :] and thanks to you too Dan!
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Old 01 January 2012   #5
great!!..couldnt work on the previous challenge..but am all set for this one!!....great challenge!
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Old 01 January 2012   #6
Excited

This will be the 1st Lighting challenge I finish.
 
Old 01 January 2012   #7
COOOL ! I really like this modelling and I will try to give it a try
Giorgio
 
Old 01 January 2012   #8
I was astounded while watching that movie- totally caught in by the CG. Had to watch it again to get the story. lol

I had downloaded both files, and much to my dismay neither were able to be opened with the programs I have. I did dl Maya and will try to make an .obj export file. Though as old as my computer is, I don't know if it's going to like it. I'd like to try this one out- three months is a good amount of time to work on things.
 
Old 01 January 2012   #9
Originally Posted by DarwinsMishap: I was astounded while watching that movie- totally caught in by the CG. Had to watch it again to get the story. lol

I had downloaded both files, and much to my dismay neither were able to be opened with the programs I have. I did dl Maya and will try to make an .obj export file. Though as old as my computer is, I don't know if it's going to like it. I'd like to try this one out- three months is a good amount of time to work on things.


I'm sorry to hear that DarwinsMishap. Is anyone else having the same issue? I'd like to sort any problems out as soon as I can.
 
Old 01 January 2012   #10
It's not a big issue; someone had been kind enough to provide me with an .obj file from the last challenge even though I ended up not having the time to sit down and work on it. I will try tonight to see if I can convert it. Thank you for responding, however!
 
Old 01 January 2012   #11
Max version added!

Fredduck has been nice enough to convert the scene to MAX2012. I've added the link to the first post in this thread.

He also wanted me to let you know the camera in the scene he converted is for POV purpose only to match the view of the thread.

-Dan
 
Old 01 January 2012   #12
kanooshka I don't know if is possible. But can you open the Maya file and save using the normal viewport? I'm asking this because when I open the file in Maya 2012 the viewport 2.0 crash and I don't have the chance to change to Default Quality.

Thanks
 
Old 01 January 2012   #13
Originally Posted by cyrus3v: kanooshka I don't know if is possible. But can you open the Maya file and save using the normal viewport? I'm asking this because when I open the file in Maya 2012 the viewport 2.0 crash and I don't have the chance to change to Default Quality.

Thanks


I just replaced the file with a new version using the standard viewport. Try redownloading and let me know if that works better.

-Dan
 
Old 01 January 2012   #14
Works fine kanooshka

Thanks
 
Old 01 January 2012   #15
I've found how to turn on the .obj file exporter in Maya, if I can get my computer to convert it over I will PM you Dan and let you know so I can provide the file if you'd like?
 
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