Rail haven, Marco Rolandi (3D)


#21

Here I am, back again. Again thanks for all the nice comments.
Random answers:
I was thinking of doing some bird view of the city and the swamp sea, but that would take some time… right now I have multiple sets but I don’t have a complete environment. We’ll see.
Yes zemmuonne I use groups. I know it sucks, I know I should use layers instead (and in other projects I use them a lot) but this one simply grew with goups by basically inheriting them from older scenes. There is one little trick tough, since the scene is divided in levels as said before, I completed the set pieces coming from the background till the foreground (which needed more details and more specific modeling). Once every set piece was done, I launched the rendering onto a second PC and continued working on the next level. In the end, when I finished modeling the foreground, all the previous layers where already rendered and therefore I had to wait restless only for the foreground to render before beginning compositing on photoshop.
Of course most of the objects were already done from previous scenes, (example)

and since I basically maintained the same conventions across the board (names, materials, dimensions) integrating alltogether was rather simple. As I said, lighting was a little more complicated, but it just required some planning.


#22

Beautiful work. I love all of these environments you have done… Great atmosphere and mood. You have been pluggified to the front page.


#23

Congratulations, looks stunning !, looking forward to see you here again :slight_smile: mate !


#24

A good technique and an impressive precision, extraordinary!!


#25

Hi Marco, great modeling, texturing and compositing…BRAVO.
5 stars.

Jago75


#26

Excellent work!! Congratulations!

Daf


#27

Simply amazing, a really god job. 5 stars!


#28

very nice work congratulations


#29

wow…great work…I so love the picture and I love the colours…

um um …no words…*****5stars from me …:thumbsup: …good job…keep it up…:bounce: :bounce:


#30

Hi :slight_smile:
great work!! beautiful!!!:applause:
I like the atmosphere, and the lighting…it’s a very elaborate matter!!
I would like to know your working procedure :)!!
I mean from the concept (did you start whit a sketch?) to lighting set…
because I see that on my work the point is to start with a good idea…
Thank you!!

m


#31

Man, this is one of those images where I actually don’t know what to say - I can’t articulate how impressed I am with this work, Marco - not only in its final incarnation, but in the wires and details yu’ve shared. Just truly, mind-blowing work. Phil


#32

Fantastic job, i love the idea and the lighting…great piece of art


#33

Beautiful rendition, very good work!


#34

lovely atmosphere, great sense of scale and great design!


#35

excellent and spectacular job :thumbsup:


#36

Nice picture.

And an amazing render work…


#37

wow, man amazing job, shot is exelent.:thumbsup: 5*****!


#38

The building with the bridge looks awesome.
Congratz!


#39

Man, this is incredible, looks like a lot of work and a lot of geo to handle.
exellent job!!


#40

Incredible Work :thumbsup:
Simply amazing!! :slight_smile: