Enjoy ... "Dream Wind"....
My virgin attempt at creating music using loops.
Enjoy ... "Dream Wind"....
Alrighty, besides working hard to become great in my day job, here's what I've set myself to do in my spare time.
It's been said that the only constant is ... change. And the same goes for me too.
At the end of this month, I will be starting on a new journey ... back to being an permanent
employee again ... for a good company and good bosses.
While some people go fishing or play golf in their spare time, I'll spend mine creating beautiful
images, videos and stories ... and also voicing my opinion on technology trends!
So stay tuned and watch out for my new works! It's been a great journey and I very much look
forward joining my new employer and to the rest of 2015!
Having fun with compositing and shadows again!!!
Even when using a physics based renderer, it still helps plenty to be able to control the aesthetics of the shadow to better match the environment.
Some early attempts in my quest to gain a measure of competency in 3D modelling.
Ok, here's one version with grass. (from tutorials)
And one without, but I kept the leaves.
Which looks better?
Lesson learnt, grass takes really seriously long to render and I promise to upgrade my GPU when I have the chance.
My poor computer almost suffered a melt-down!
Second lesson learnt, I still have a lot more to learn.
But I will get better at modelling, texturing and lighting. I must.
Still a long way to go ... but forward we must go!
Tutorial hell, here I come!!
For anyone coming from the world of scanline renderers, you're probably used to adjusting shadow maps, size, opacity and stuff.
But don't go looking for a shadow setting sliders like I did. You won't find it, not a chance! It doesn't exist.
Noobie me spend 3 hours looking all over for it before finally realising that for physics based or plausible physics based renderers, shadows occur when light is blocked. So to adjust the shadows, change the light size, distance, intensity and position.
Face Palmed myself ten times already.
Having fun testing a new logo intro ... should we use this or create another one?
By the way, if you need help to create a logo or text animation, contact us at email@example.com !
Tired of the usual we are the best, the biggest, have the most coverage types of
insurance company messaging?
Here's two that stand out. Maybe you'll get new inspiration for your company's
next marketing initiative. Enjoy!
NTUC Income (Singapore) - Creative Concept: Humour
How will the future you ... thank you?
Geico (USA) - Creative Concept: Cliche / Humor
Horror Movie: It's what you do!