Back in 2009 while working at sea I made a presentation, to demonstrate how the McGregor hatching system can be improved on board the bulk ships. With further animation and rendering it took about a week to complete.
The animation itself can be watched here:
Architectural visualization project of the apartment located in the middle of San Francisco downtown. Victorian style building with a selection of a standard 2 bed room apartment and a classic furniture to keep the spirit of the mid-to-late 19th century. More renders to come.
Very good software for those working in a high-profile texturing for any kind of 3D mesh. Game development, architecture projects or VFX creating. The only thing can stop you using it is insufficiently powerful system (high level of video processor is a Must be).
Other screenshots made in Unity and 3Ds Max. ~3500 poly model (~6.4k tris) with a general PBR map package for unity integration (Albedo Transparency, Metallic Smoothness, Normal and Emissive maps).
I have got an interesting opportunity to work with a great team making the side-scrolling video game (mobile application). According to the game concept art I have prepared low-poly 3D assets for the game environments. I used the unwrapping tool (UV mapping) in order to get a proper base for further texturing. The textures were baked in 3D Studio Max and later processed in the raster graphics editor. During this project I have got a good chance to practice working with Unity game engine. I will be happy to show more interesting results after the project will be officially launched. The assets are low polygonal models of in-game buildings with different textures-maps used on them.