Regional Shopping Centre

Another competition project for DIALOG. A bit more time than the previous one and putting into use a lot of what I learned the hard way earlier. Went quite a bit smoother as I had a more optimized workflow by the end, just in terms of organizing the scene and staying flexible and open to design changes right up to the deadline.

Possibly the biggest (in terms of scale) project I’ve accomplished to date…

7 Responses to “Regional Shopping Centre”

  1. Ånond Viki Says:

    Hi
    I see all the beatiful images you create with Indigo Rendrer and wonder what am i doing wrong since all my images, even those that have renderer for nine hours, still has lots of graininess.
    And do you allso have a exit portal material?

    Regards Ånond Viki

  2. Juan Says:

    hi, Tom, great images! I love the lights in those images!

    I was wondering how much memory do you need in these kind of work. Do you use a renderfarm?

  3. Tom Says:

    Juan: Thanks, man! I’ve got 12Gb right now, enough for most of what I do. These renderings took up most of that :P No renderfarm, just 6 cores and lots of cooling!

    Anond: It just takes time and processing power. No exit portals in these images since they’re exterior shots.

  4. kropped Says:

    Hi Tom,

    Your images are awesome! I run a website http://www.kropped.com and would be honoured if you would upload a couple of your amazing images. It’s a great way to promote your work as each image you upload gets a link back to your site.

    Let me know what you think, or if there’s anything we can help you with

    Josh

  5. tsvilans Says:

    Hey Josh, thanks for the kind words!

    I’m a bit wrapped up in some urgent stuff right now, but I think it would be cool to upload a couple of images soon :)

    Your site looks cool, I’ll have to take a closer look at all the resources there.

    Best,

    Tom

  6. wtv3d Says:

    Your images are awesome!
    the combination between 3d and post-work is fantastic!

  7. tsvilans Says:

    Thank you for your kind comments!

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