We are sharing on 3DArt the amazing work created by Marc Potocnik from Renderbaron released during the last FMX. In the video, we’ll see the creation of a realistic 3d kitchen scene using the core engine of Maxon Cinema 4D.
Marc Potocnik has a studio called Renderbaron. Its main business is high-quality 3D visualizations and visual effects to explain complex scientific or technical content, and animations and stills for car showrooms, trade fairs, and press conferences. His customers include a leading broadcaster in Germany and two major car manufacturers.
Ingredients to Realism” | Maxon Cinema 4D
Also, Intel shared the project files to download “Shining a Light on the Kitchen“, in order to test and study the scene:
Also check this interesting video shared during the last FMX, Cinema 4D, and “Apollinarisstr. – Ingredients to Realism” by Marc Potocnik from Renderbaron.
The creation of photorealistic interior scenes is a challenging task that requires the artist’s strong skills in shading, lighting, and rendering – especially in the field of visual effects.
If it’s supposed to look “like real”, a deep understanding of procedural shading and effective lighting techniques for animation is required. “Apollinarisstr.” is renderbaron studio’s latest work and combines exactly this claim in a photorealistic scene of an old, worn-out kitchen flooded with light.
The project was created for Intel to benchmark the potential of the brand-new 28 core Intel Xeon W-3175 CPU on different systems. In his talk, studio owner Marc Potocnik shows convincing and surprising techniques for procedural shading and photorealistic lighting and rendering with Cinema 4D.