Saturday, August 22, 2015

SKETCHUP: 3-D CHALLENGE (MY PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO AND COMPETITION)


Joining a competition is not just to win a prize; but to gain knowledge and to be able to improve your skills through these experiences.


1. SKETCHUP 3-D CHALLENGE

3-D Challenge is an online 3-D competition organized by the “Sketchup Texture” group which aims to promote community interaction among Sketchup users in a professional manner. This 3-D Challenge is an opportunity to expose, educate and improve the skills of all 3-D artists in the international level.


Here, the participants were tasked to modify a given 3-D model and enhance the rendering presentation using Sketchup. All participants were allowed to use any supplementary software for the digital rendering process. In terms of rules and regulation, the participants were required to register first in the 3-D Challenge official website before they could submit their entries. 


1.1 3D CHALLENGE (DECEMBER 2014-JANUARY 2015)_SKT 3D CHALLENGE ARCH-VIZ INTENATIONAL RENDER CONTEST_MODERN OFFICE BUILDING

For this challenge, I was able to submit three entries, rendered in various styles (two photorealistic and one non-photo-realistic (NPR) style. Below are my complete art work entries with work in progress (WIP) detail(s).


1.1.2 WORK IN PROGRESS

1. Modern Office Building (Original Sketchup Model by Quốc Hữu Trần)


2. Test render using Kerkythea


3. Modifying the model scene and finding the right perspective.


4. Test render model scene 1 using Kerkythea


5. Modified building (Test render using Kerkythea)


6. Importing all 2-D and 3-D entourage in Sketchup


7. Test render water material (Day time/Night time render) using Kerkythea


8. Kerythea rendering process


9. Raw render (Kerkythea)


10. Post-production process done using Photoshop and Picasa


1.1.2 MY 3-D CHALLENGE ENTRIES



ENTRY 1: UMAGANG KAY GANDA (Morning Sky Gazing)



ENTRY 2: DAPIT-HAPON (City Skyline)



ENTRY 3: TAKIPSILIM (Sunset Sky Gazing)

Model Credit: Sketchup Texture


1.2. 3-D CHALLENGE (AUGUST 2014)_MODERN ECO HOUSE


Regarding this particular challenge, I was unfortunate because I wasn’t able to submit all my entries in time. However, despite of these circumstances, I still do some renders for practice to improve my skills.


ART WORK 1: Eco House (Daytime Scene)/ WF: Sketchup8+Kerkythea+Photoshop+Picasa/ 1600x900 resolution



ART WORK 2: Eco House (Poster)/ WF: Sketchup8+Kerkythea+Photoshop+Picasa



ART WORK 3: Eco House (Sunset Scene)/ WF: Sketchup8+Kerkythea+Photoshop+Picasa



ART WORK 4: Eco House (NPR Compilation)/ WF: Sketchup8+Kerkythea+Photoshop+Picasa



ART WORK 5: Eco House (NPR) Original/ WF: Sketchup8 +Photoshop+Picasa



ART WORK 6: Eco House (NPR) Cross Process/ WF: Sketchup8 +Photoshop+Picasa



ART WORK 7: Eco House (NPR) Sepia/ WF: Sketchup8 +Photoshop+Picasa



ART WORK 7: Eco House (NPR) B&W/ WF: Sketchup8 +Photoshop+Picasa



ART WORK 9: Eco House (NPR) Digital Water Color/ WF: Sketchup8 +Photoshop+Picasa

Model Credit: Sketchup Texture





2. ENAU 3-D COMPETITION_MS HOUSE

I do not consider myself a participant for this particular competition as I discovered the announcement too late. However, I still downloaded the file from ENAU FB group containing skp file, to do some rendering practice. Below are the results. 




1. MS HOUSE (Raw render 1)/ WF: Sketchup8+Kerkythea



2. MS HOUSE (Raw render 2)/ WF: Sketchup8+Kerkythea



3. MS HOUSE/ WF: Sketchup8+Kerkythea+Photoshop+Picasa

4. MS HOUSE (Cross Process)/ WF: Sketchup8+Kerkythea+Photoshop+Picasa




5. MS HOUSE (B&W)/ WF: Sketchup8+Kerkythea+Photoshop+Picasa



6. MS HOUSE (NPR)/ WF: Sketchup8+Kerkythea+Photoshop+Fotosketcher+Picasa


7. MS HOUSE (BLUE INK)/ WF: Sketchup+Kerkythea+Photoshop+Fotosketcher+Picasa


Model Credit: ENAU



It was rewarding for me to be part of these 3-D challenge events. It is very good to know that there are many groups that organize such 3-D competition online which encourage all 3D artist, sketchup-enthusiast, professionals and students to create more art works.  
               






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