B-Movie Entry: Robert Krinzinger


#1

Robert Krinzinger is entered in the “B-Movie” update: View Challenge Page

Latest Update: Finished Video: Gastropoda - final entry by Robert Krinzinger


#2

Hi!

My name is Robert and here I want to present the first step for the B-Movie-Contest.
Yesterday I’ve done a scribble storyboard.
I want to realize the 3D-parts in C4D and ZBrush. The spezial-effect monster will be done in a secret way that moment.

I hope you enjoy the story.

Sorry about my english - it isn’t the best - I know.

Robert.

btw: Thanks the cgsociety-team for this amazing contest.


#3

Hi!

Here is my an update of my challange entry “gastropoda”.
I begin to modelling the first charakter - the dog.
It should look like a “Griffon Bruxellois” but I’m not ready finished because the coat is missing. I do the hairy job after modelling the first human charakter. So I can simplier relate the size of the dog with the humans.

Robert


#4

Hi!

Here are the first background models. I was impressed by the buildings of San Franzisco.
Next step will be to do some variations of this house.

Robert


#5

Hi Robert, I really like your building front. It’s really detailed, how long did it take you to model it?

James


#6

Hi James, thanks for your answer.

I modeled it in Cinema4D and it takes about five houres. Here are the pictures I used as inspiration. The white house in the front of the first picture was the model of my building front.

Robert


#7

Hi,

here is the next step - some variations of the first building.
I hope you like it.

robert


#8

That works well, subtle variation is the key to a street scene I guess, you can then vary it more with textures. I look forward to seeing some more.

James


#9

looking good man, love the building models, keep up the good work, cant wait to see the final result


#10

Hi!

Here is a new update.
A corner building; the first floor isn’t allready finished maybe tomorrow.


#11

Here is an other rendering of all buildings.

@jimmyjet and ZombieRasta:
Thanks for your compilments it sounds good, that somebody recognized me.

robert


#12

Software: CINEMA 4D

Hi!

Last days I thought about “how to make mud in C4D”. And here is the first testrendering of a usable setting.

Certainly I have to adapt the main setting to the final usage, but I think for the first test it is ok. What do you think?

robert

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#13

I like how the mud move’s. Well done


#14

Hi!

Here is a new update. I know it takes a bit long but I hope I will regain the time.

With this building my movie will start.

robert


#15

great enviornment modeling you have done here!
looking forward to seeing them textured.


#16

Really nice work on the environment, would would love to see some wireframes… I like the detail you added. Looking forward too see more … :slight_smile:


#17

Software: CINEMA 4D

Hi!

Here is an update of my last front building. Now the modelling process of the buildings is finished.

@opentarget: thanks a lot - next days you will see the buildings colored.

@SLuedke: I’ve ad a wireframe view of the corner building and the movie theatre. But I’ve done the wireframe shoot “quick and dirty” (by screenshoot), so I don’t know if you see a lot.

@nathasims100: Thanks - the problem about the mud was to use only the utilities of Cinema4D. So I’ve to test a lot.


#18

Software: CINEMA 4D

Hi!

Here is the wire of the movie theatre.


#19

Hi!

Today you’ll see the specialFX-Tool of my movie set - the shoes. For the “slip-scenes” I’ve made foot-doubles, which I’ll move.

Here they are.


#20

Hi!

here is a first, fast sketch of the charakter Old Lady.
At this time I do some testrenderings of the stages and do some experiments with light. So while I have to render the testscenes I get time to model the charakters.

I hope you like it.

robert