|05-08-2010, 09:59 PM||#1|
Creative Share 3 - The Howl's Moving Castle (castle and kayak)
I'm very pleased to introduce you one of my most ambitious project: www.thr3ad.org
THR3aD's project contains a series of events that aim for collaboration and competition among participants, as well the sharing of CG knowledge.
So far our main event has been Creative Share, which now is already at it's third edition with the tribute to the master Hayao Miyazaki, by reproducing in 3d the Howl's moving castle, the main characters, and create some stills with all of them.
The goal of Creative Share is to set up a production and welcome all the CG artists to take part to it, to help each other, share their knowledge and release a stunning project.
Over 20 CG artists worked together on Creative Share 3 and we're now at about the 75% of the production.
The softwares we're using are:
modeling and uv layout> maya and/or modo for the basecage and ZBrush for the details
rigging (a very simple rig to pose the characters)> maya
compositing/matte paint> photoshop
While we’re busy texturing and shading all the models I’m pleased to show you our castle and the kayak.
We also created a youtube channel where you can see the turntable of the castle and the characters
and at this link you can see our castle
Comments and critiques are more than welcome
We also created the main characters of the movie and you can see them at this link:
Last edited by XATMO; 08-08-2010 at 06:04 PM..
|05-08-2010, 10:13 PM||#2|
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Awsome!! I love the movie, and this model is kickass! The youtube vid was very laggy for me ; / Textures will really make this superduber awsome! soo dont get lazy! Can you tell me what programs you used?
Isent the castle from the movie already a 3d model? or atleast some parts of it, i remember reading an article on how they made it a long time ago and if i remember correctly alot of 3d was used.
Greetings from Josef Nobach
Last edited by Jojomondag; 05-08-2010 at 10:16 PM..
|05-08-2010, 10:26 PM||#3|
thanks for the comment!
we mainly used maya, modo and photoshop, and about the movie I read something like that as well, but I hope ours is going to be even better
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