Model village, Lee Griggs (3D)

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  11 November 2012
Model village, Lee Griggs (3D)

Title: Model village
Name: Lee Griggs
Country: United Kingdom
Software: Arnold, Maya, ZBrush

3D World magazine - April 2013

This is a scene of a model village modeled in Maya and Zbrush by the great Humberto Barros.

The scene was lit with a hdri skydome light and rendered in camera with the Arnold renderer.

Link to high resolution image:

Thanks a lot.


  11 November 2012
I like your model village, particularly the wood shingles. It may be a personal taste, but the depth of field looks a little strong.
  11 November 2012
Love it!

I love this image Lee, it is incredible how you have conveyed the scale of the scene. It feels like you could just pick up the model figures.

There is a TV ad campaign in the UK that uses a similar treatment, but yours is far better.

I would love to see more scenes in this style

Link for ad is in case you would like to see it
  12 December 2012
Thanks guys.

Quote: There is a TV ad campaign in the UK that uses a similar treatment

Yes that's a great ad. Rendered with Arnold too


  01 January 2013
Just saw this on the top row. I really love the scale you've given this piece. I agree, feels like you could reach out and grab the individual models. Masterfully done.
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  01 January 2013
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