So nice to see one’s personal project being used to market a real property. Here a few grabs from the website of Haus Lademann, a super high-end conversion of an historic riverside building in Berlin’s central district. I’ll update with photos of the site when the posters go up. More details here. Of course, this … Continued
You know I’ve developed something of an obsession with Agisoft’s Photoscan–an incredibly addicted piece of software. My latest experiment was to see whether I could combine GrowFX and Photoscan to create trees with scanned trunk. Well, it’s not easy, but you can. The seams are not perfect but it kind of works. And if you … Continued
Here’s another project that I’m just going to call finished even though it isn’t. This is my interpretation of the Volksbühne, a theatre and yet another Berlin landmark. Although the architecture has a definite authoritarian feel, the building was actually built in 1913-14 to host cheap theater plays for the working masses. It was extensively redesigned … Continued
Damn the healthy diet. This is the high-carb, high-fat, high-sugar pendant to the previous post. Like the vegetable, these assets were scanned using Agisoft Photoscan. I used a turntable for all of these, a Sony A7 full frame camera with a prime 50mm lens, and four photographic soft boxes that give me absolutely flat lighting … Continued
There’s been a bunch of fresh arrivals in the Warehouse, mostly recent pieces done for my latest Corona interior. These include some scanned models (see above). The full list is as follows: Cheese board with knives and walnuts. Round vintage wood stool. Rectangular vintage wood stool. Pumpkins. Round vintage wood stool 2. Rocket espresso machine. … Continued
Just a quick post to show the result of a recent experiment with Octane and some models scanned with Agisoft Photoscan. There’s a short video too, linked below. You can find the cheese models here.
After some heavy-duty exterior work with the Nakagin Capsule Tower, it’s back to basics with this subdued Scandinavian-looking interior. This scene featuring a small apartment (about 70 square meters, as you may have guessed) was modeled in 3ds Max, as always, and rendered in Corona. Corona is perfect for this kind of work and takes … Continued