For every new project, we try to understand the clients’ needs and to offer him a feedback of solutions and artistic guidelines adapted to the project.
Our workflow is really straight forward: after our first meeting with the client we create a storyboard in order to have the necessary feedback, we do this roughly 3 times until everyone is satisfied with the camera angle, materials, the mood and - the most important thing - with the feeling we want to depict.
iToosoft has released RailClone 2.6 with brand new features and fixes to improve speed, increase usability.
RailClone is a 3DS Max plugin for parametric modeling based on custom geometry parts. It is defined by the...
Looking back, I could be sorry that I wasted several years studying economics and was not doing something that I really had interest for. But it’s useless and so I am not sorry for anything.
Now the most difficult is to create chaos. In real life, for example, you do not find absolutely clean surfaces in architecture - there are water stains on walls, dust, dirt on the borders of asphalt roads and so on.
Lot of my inspiration comes from various architectural websites. All the time I try to keep up with the latest projects and news in area of architecture and engineering.
I think I have been never satisfied with my results because I know it can be better and I don’t have much time to work on them to reaching almost perfection. However, every project has a time limit hence we gave up upon it
I think all our personal works give us great satisfaction, because its there where we can learn more and show our main architecture and photography references, but also our rendering and post-production techniques.
Inspiration is everywhere but people can't see it until its needed. It depends on many different things, mood, lifestyle, the way you understand certain things and how you feel about it, it's an "on demand" engine ready to use.