With time we’ll get even closer to reality, it will be hard to distinguish a virtual image from a photograph.
3DA: Why have you decided to work in 3d-field and when have you started? Where you studied?
CR In 2009 created my own company “Bau-Art” and since I needed to have a better presentation to my architectural projects, I started my way in the world of 3D visualization, studying on my own, watching videos and tutorials. It was very difficult but after many hours of work, I began to improve my results!
3DA: Which software you usually use for your projects? What has surprised you in positive and/or negative way in the software/plugins for CG during the last year?
CR Usually I use Autocad, 3DMax and V-Ray for rendering, and Photoshop for post production. I like that these software provide an ability to express your ideas with excellent results, but you need a very good PC for faster speed.
3DA: What was most difficult for you when you just started working in 3D?
CR The most hard moments are: learning by “test – error” without a teacher, changing from 2D to 3D, and beginning of adaptation to 3DsMax, which is different from other CAD programs.
3DA: What you can advise to the students who are just starting their way in CG?
CR I think the road is difficult but when you see your results, all the sacrifice becomes worth. Remember that the night is darker before dawn…
3DA: What forecast you can make about the future of 3d-world in general?
CR I think with time we’ll get even closer to reality, it will be hard to distinguish a virtual image from a photograph. Personally I hope in the future to continue growing and improving every day more to reach my dreams