Been messing around in the evening (some people call it working all day, but I like it, so….) with some old projects. This one 25th and Ogden in Ogden is one I worked on in 2008. This rendering is a dusk image with lots of artificial lights. As you can probably guess more lights equals longer render time.
I modeled the street lights in Cinema 4D and imported them for this rendering. All the other modeling was done in ArchiCAD and the rendering was done in Artlantis. I’ll be rendering overnight in Maxwell Render (because that takes all night) and will see how that turns out.
This is a walk past the front of the house with the clouds and sun animated. Pretty fun. It took my computer 24 hours to render this 30 second clip.
Here’s a rendering I did last night of the Metro Park building. I did this project with Allen-Millo Architects in Salt Lake City. The project has never been built and I don’t know if it ever will be. I did this project in my favorite BIM tool – ArchiCAD, and rendered it in Artlantis. It was a pretty interesting multi-use project with a mix of retail, office and residential spaces and had a green roof which was accessible from the residential units on the top floor of the building. If memory serves I worked on this in 2006. I’ll mention also that I rendered this using the Maxwell Render Engine.
Since SWS has closed its doors I’ll post anything related to that here. It’s still my work after all. I never got by to take picture of the finished project. I stopped by while I was in Salt Lake tonight a took a couple of pictures of the finished product so here one. My new Canon does an awesome job with low light situations. I shot this hand held at 3200 ISO! Very little noise – love it.