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Lighting & Look Dev | Student Project

Lighting & Look Dev | Student Project

Mariana Alejandra Luna López
by marianaluna on 31 May 2019 for Rookie Awards 2019

This project was made as part of my portfolio class. It is my first time using arnold and the nuke point cloud in maya so I aim to keep improving. Feedback is very appreciated. Thanks for watching, I hope you like it.

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| First Project

For the first project I used a non copyrighted video from the internet as well as free 3D models. As I wanted to focus on the light study and composition of live action footage with 3D elements. To do this I used Nuke X to create the footage tracking. I had a little of trouble with it as it was the first time I have done something like this, but at the end I was really satisfied with the result. 

Final Render                    |                 Original Image                          |                Render Close Ups

| Programs used

Nuke X, Maya, Arnold Renderer, Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro and Photoshop.

Mug courtesy from CGTrader

Rings and Coin modeled by Dan Konieczka and Juan Carlos Silva

| Light Progress

| Second Project

For the second one I wanted to improve a previous 3D model that I made for and environment class.   

Final Comp    |    Final Render       |      Wide Shot  Comp    |     Lights     |             Original Project

| Programs used

Maya, Arnold Renderer, 3dsMax, Adobe After Effects, Premiere  Pro and Photoshop

Woman modeled by Techykitty

Sci-Fi panels from CGTrader

| Light Progress

| Third Project

For the last one I wanted to create something different. I decided to re create a scene from Hayao Miyazaki's movie, Spirited Away, to try and re interpret it as a CG footage. All the models were made by me and I had some help from a friend with the water simulation. 

Final Comp    |     Final Render      |     References     |    Lights

| Programs used

3dsMax, Maya, Arnold Renderer, Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro and Photoshop

| Light Progress

Thanks for watching !

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