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    STREET SHOT | final frame look

    Ok guys, after some little improvements i wont to share also in this thread a final frame for a trailer
    I posted the old post in wip section, now it's time to start a new scene.
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    Last edited by LucaDiCecca; 30-Aug-17 at 09:11.



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    Wow. Amazing quality render. This is cinema quality.
    I can only give suggestions, personal opinions and constructive critique, but it is your decision what you do with it.



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    Impressive.



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    Very impressive! Your lighting is superb, can I know how dit you light your scene? Did you model everything in that scene ? Keep going



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    Hi, thanks for feedback
    Yes. I modeled more or less everythings.

    Here you can find a playlist of all objects modeled for this scene
    This shot is part of a trailer that slowly goes on



    Also the cars are modeled and rigged



    For the traffic light i made two video timelaps also



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    Lighting is made by two mixed Hdr.
    I used Hdr Heaven source.
    Here you can find a screenshot about lighting.

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    Hats off friend! A really great work, and a big one. How long did it take to be done? (in days numbers, in addition to all the work hours, personal obligations and so on)
    Keep going







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    thanks a lot,
    more or less 10 work day without characters



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    Thank you for sharing the timelapse

    You have strong skills of both modeling and rendering



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    That.. is .. impressive. And I greatly appreciate the fact that you shared the node setup of the lighting.. will have to clone that.

    Did you use also Fimlic setup in Blender? or just regular Cycles.
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    @Grzeiek, yes i idid, the Filmic. Tnx for feedbacks



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    Ground material is great the scene is impressive but why did you blow out the sky, was it on purpose?



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    thanks @Elias79. Yes, it was the pupose but if u think it looks like an error i can decrease the glow strenght



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    This is a really nice setup – but, looking through the reel that you show in post #1, I would make one suggestion: that the camera should quickly zoom and then perhaps jump-cut to the waving figure so that we immediately see him. He's completely lost back there, and since I presume that it's a critical story-point that he's trying to wave at someone who's in that car / taxicab, he needs to quickly fill the frame.

    Also, it has a monochromatic – hence a bit film noir – feel to it because of the general lack of color. If the ambient lighting were a mixture of bluish and yellowish hues it might turn out better.
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    very clean animatic scene that I love it!!!!
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    The light is extraordinary. Thanks for the info. I'll study that.



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    Originally Posted by sundialsvc4 View Post
    This is a really nice setup – but, looking through the reel that you show in post #1, I would make one suggestion: that the camera should quickly zoom and then perhaps jump-cut to the waving figure so that we immediately see him. He's completely lost back there, and since I presume that it's a critical story-point that he's trying to wave at someone who's in that car / taxicab, he needs to quickly fill the frame.

    Also, it has a monochromatic – hence a bit film noir – feel to it because of the general lack of color. If the ambient lighting were a mixture of bluish and yellowish hues it might turn out better.

    Thanks a lot for this deep review!
    Yes, with the animator also we thought that the character was invisivble...maybe I zoom in fast



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    Fantastic Work !!



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