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  1. Hi everyone The is may be my 2nd post on the forum. I am a 3D visualizer since 5 years now, I have no degree related to design field. The tools I am proficient in are mainly 3ds max and adobe applications. I find myself always deep down the state of confusion what to do more to enhance my career and how to perfectly design it to survive in the future. The main confusion is whether to become 3D generalist or stick to 3D architectural, and to become graphics designer. I started several tools to learn like Zbrush, Sketchup, Illustrator, Indesign, Mudbox and now Revit(BIM). As I read somewhere that Revit(BIM) is only useful for those who are design engineers or have architectural/Civil Eng backgrounds. I just keep on switching tools, learn and leave them. I cant get a time to professional use those tools as I affiliated to the company who only wants me to work on 3Ds max. My question is what tools one should learn to make himself a good package so companies anywhere in the world would consider you as a good applicant. I am a good learner but can not decide a package of tools I should be following/learning. I hope Its not only me who is in this state of mind, sure many artists have already been through the same. Would appreciate the response and advice for everyone. Thank you so much.
  2. Hey guys (and specially Dimitris), Like Dhaivat Films in another thread, I'm looking for a High-End workstation config for 3D architectural rendering. Use: -90% 3DS Studio / 10% Photoshop-Acrobat Suite -Render Vray RT (GPU) only for previewing purposes -Production mode (CPU) for final render -0% Gaming. Budget: $5-6K (Note that prices in Switzerland are pretty similar to the US) Only Intel Chips Maybe you can do some minimal changes in your previous list (Dimitris config for a $8.9K workstation): CPU: 2x Intel Xeon E5-2687W v3 10C/20T, 3.1~3.5GHz Cooler: 2x Corsair H90 Hydro Mobo: Asus Z10PE-D8 WS RAM: 2x Crucial 32GB Kit (8GBx4) DDR4 2133 ECC GPU:PNY NVIDIA Quadro K5200 8GB OS Drive:Samsung XP941 512GB M.2 Storage Drive:Samsung 840 EVO 1TB PSU:Seasonic PLATINUM-1000 Case:Corsair Obsidian 750D - What is are the best cooling components necessary to overclock the workstation? Do you recommend it? -Which set could give me a powerful machine and allow me to work with Photoshop while 3Ds Max is in production mode? Monitor is another issue. What are you suggestions for a high-efficient one with at least : - Resolution: 2560x1080p - Size: Min 27" - True RGB color representation (I'm gonna be rendering and editing 3D Architectural views from 4K pictures) - Budget: 500-700$ Thanks for all your help, time and wise advices! Congrats for all the passion and professional opinions you show here. Pol.
  3. Hi everybody! VIEWConference has come back! The premiere international event in Italy on Graphic Design, Computer Graphics, Digital Cinema, 3D Animation, Gaming, VFX and Interactive Techniques, will take place in Turin from 15th to 19th October 2012, followed by the VIEWFest, the Computer Animation Festival (from 19th - 21th October). Among the big international guests, there will be: the academy award-winning author and Autodesk Fellow Tom Wujec (a global leader in design, engineering and entertainment software for the manufacturing, architecture, building, media and entertainment industries: we are proud to announce a Creative BOOTCAMP led by Tom Wujec with the participation of Glenn Entis, Eric Darnell, Rex Grignon, Vander Caballero, Marco Mazzaglia, Dan Attias, Gary Rydstrom and Mark Walsh; this workshop will take place on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 Oct); Daniele Angelozzi (3D Artist and Z-Brush Certified Instructor, whose workshop “Character design and Concept art” will teach you how to create organic and hard surface models using new features in ZBrush, then move the models into Photoshop where, using Wacom tablets participants will create concept art), Marco Genovesi (Head of DMP & Enviroment, Prometheus, The Wolfman, Clash of the Titans, Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood, Pirates of the Caribbean, On Stranger Tides, X-Men: First Class, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Dark Shadows, Total Recall and the highly anticipated Bond film, Skyfall. At VIEW Conference he will reveal the techniques used to create the VFX of Prometheus), Paul Franklin (Inception, The Dark Knight Rises), Jason Smith (The Avengers), David Schaub (The Amazing Spider-Man), Eric Darnell (Director of the MADAGASCAR trilogy), Rex Grignon, head of animation at DreamWorks Animation, Mark Walsh, supervising animator at Pixar Animation Studios,Rob Bredow, CTO at Sony Pictures Imageworks, Gary Rydstrom (Sound Designer for Terminator 2, Mission Impossible, Jurassic Park, A Bugs life, Toy Story, Quiz Show, Titanic, Saving Private Ryan, Finding Nemo, War Horse and Brave), Dan Glass (VFX Supervisor for The Tree of Life, Batman Begins, Speed Racer, V for Vendetta, Matrixand Cloud Atlas), Dan Attias (Directorof The Sopranos, The Wire, Deadwood, Lost, Six Feet Under, Homeland, Damages, Big Love, Dr. House, Alias, Heroes, True Blood, The Killing), Tristan Oliver (ParaNorman), Josh Holmes (Halo 4), Sirio Quintavalle (Sherlock Holmes II), David Revoy (Digital Painter and Art Director), Roberto Recchioni (Comic-book author, writer, editor and blogger) and many others! We're waiting for all of you!!! For more information, please visit our website http://www.viewconference.it/ or contact us at info@viewconference.it (register online to access the conference, free entrance) VIEW CONFERENCE | 15 - 19 October 2012 VIEWFest 19 - 21 October 2012 CORSO MARCONI 38, 10125, TURIN, ITALY TEL. +39 011 6680948 - +39 011 19785575; FAX +39 011 6501214 | www.viewconference.it www.viewfest.it
  4. Studio/Institution: LianHe Graphic Design Dept. Client: oversea Genre: Landscaping Software: 3d max, vray ,photoshop, sketchup etc. Website: http://blog.sina.com.cn/lianhegraphicdesign Description: this is the view of GuangZhou City, made by us and share with u guys,pls give me some comment, ths!
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