News regarding my new living arrangement – I am now working remotely as a freelance archviz artist. I am loving the change of pace, in fact working on lots of new things and finally getting to R&D Railclone a lot more, I will post some free resources when I get the chance for any of those who are looking to get up to speed with Railclone – its fantastic! In the mean time I have produced a couple of new renders you can check out below. This is for a great client of mine who was looking for a photo montage of some new townhouses to go up in Melbourne.
Well its been a busy few months so Its about time for an update as to what we have been up to at Mazer. We have focused on a new tier category for House Facades which include little details such as mixed blend materials for rendered surfaces and metals, custom gardens, new material system for plants (thanks to Juraj’s tutorial here), new lighting setup using Peter Guthrie’s HDRI skies and utilizing Corona’s Lightmixer for amazing interactive results – especially during the R&D stage. A big thanks to Chealse Vo for her constant and amazing post production work – and the collaboration of the Mazer team and our client for letting us take creative direction on these images. Here are the results
This image is a set of 4, the only one of which was done in Corona for comparison (Facade 4). The lighting is a bit earlier in the evening compared to the others but we wanted to create a different feel for the more contemporary house. This is my first production render with Corona for an external. The materials were created fresh for the scene, all the vegetation was done with ForestPro and Growfx. Ill be learning more of GrowFX as the seeding allows you to create completely unique trees each time. I wanted to add a foreground tree but for the clients purpose we wanted to show the projection to the left side. Stuart Wilson worked on the Post Production for this.
Its been a busy year, I started working at Mazer Visual down in Melbourne. These guys are really talented, they have a large range of different artists such as 3D, photographers, photo retouchers, floorplan specialists, web gurus, and even the odd barrister getting around the place inbetween renders… (formally known as Id say :P)
Here is some of the images I have worked on, with a big shout out to the photographers who take the photos to match the renders Michael Downes & John Wheatley. My Director Jules Tahan and the amazing post production team who create the magic on the renders Stuart Wilson and Chelsea Vo.
Another great project to work on recently with a close work colleage. We had a short time to deliver however it all worked out in the end and I was lucky again to have a bit of free rain over the lighting, materials and vegetation to match the existing environment. The dwelling colours and Poinciana tree (red tree to the right) were apart of the schedule however 🙂