Welcome to the Exhibition.
These past few weeks, I’ve been building a 3d model of the interior of Berlin’s Gropius Bau museum (because I like it and find not being able to visit a bummer) AND I’ve been playing a lot with TyFlow.
Now I’ve combined the two and come up with a weirdo love letter to Gropius Bau. It plays on how the building’s central court is often the venue for its most stunning exhibits, which have used it and transformed it over the years.
This kind of does the same but pushes it to extremes.
Or you could think of it as a series of random TyFlow experiments glued back to back with some cheesy music slapped on. Your choice.
Below the Youtube and Vimeo (better quality) links.
5 thoughts on “The Exhibition”
Hi Francesco. Many thanks. I’m rendering this at home but since I use the GPU, it’s about 1 minute per frame so very reasonable.
I don’t know which part I love the most. There are those bent things that rise or the sphere that explodes like fireballs. Your logo that lights up is cool too.
But do you render the frames at home with your workstation or send them to the farm?
Thanks much. This was all done with V-Ray.
It’s really beautiful video!!! Great motion design, Museum model and sound work… What render engine are you using for this peace of art?
Il est génial, mon fils !!!!!