Category Archives: 3d illustrations

Making of 3d romantic scene

She Didn’t Say Goodbye…

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This scene actually started from a lighting exercise I was doing using VRay for Maya. I wanted to create a simple night light rig setup, and it started as a really simple scene. I showed it around to a friend of mine who is a great matte painter and he gave me some pointers and feedback on how a balcony overlooking a city scene should look like and he sent me lots of reference examples, but the most important thing that I got from our discussion was “ This scene works only if it tells a story with characters, otherwise it’s just a simple 3d scene”. Read More

3d romantic scene paris

New Pixelophy project, sneak peek!

By | 3d illustrations, 3D projects walkthrough, Maya 3d Lighting Tutorials | 4 Comments

For the last couple of month, I have been working on a new project a new 3D scene. This scene will be a romantic 3d scene, it’s Modeled in Autodesk Maya, lighting done in Maya as-well and the scene will be rendered using VRay for Maya. I will be revealing this scene in November 2011, but meanwhile I wanted to share with you something that I think you will enjoy (I surely hope so).

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Lonely playground won a 3d dope award, this is my 2nd 3d Dope Award, wooohoooo!!

Dope Awards Winner AGAIN! – 3d Dope Award

By | 3d illustrations, Awards and Features | 2 Comments

All right, when I won the first 3d dope award for Luca’s Day off I was super happy, BUT when I won the 2nd one I was ecstatic! This time the award was given to the 3d piece that means so much for me cause it was a start of a new chapter in my career. Lonely playground is the turning point where I decided that I want to get more serious into lighting and 3d in general.


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Don’t forget to check out weekly seen #5 so you can check out the making of Lonely playground.



Weekly seen 6

Disney Classic Scene-Roger’s Room

By | 3d illustrations, Maya 3d Lighting Tutorials, Mental Ray Tutorials | 6 Comments

I know I haven’t posted for a long time and I really apologize for that, but I have some really good reasons. I finally moved out of Bucharest to the beautiful city of Brasov and I gotta honestly tell ya with a big smile on my face :) that I’m Loving it, looking out the window and seeing the mountains is priceless (I promise to post some photos of the new place really soon). Now back to the serious stuff.

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Weekly seen 5

Lonely Playground

By | 3d illustrations, 3D projects walkthrough, Mental Ray Tutorials, Texturing Tutorials | 15 Comments

Alright then… This week I will be presenting an old piece (I know it’s a bit of a cheat but I have been really busy). And I really gotta present this as a weekly scene cause it’s an important project for me, because I learned so much while working on this piece from lighting setup to composition, color and texturing and I feel it like a nice turning point for me.

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Weekly seen 4

Cycle into light

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I know it’s been a while since I have updated my blog, I had a couple of really busy weeks adjusting to some new project which are amazingly FUN! Can’ say much now, but I promise I will have lots to share with you dudes and dudets pretty soon.


Now don’t tell me that you thought Weekly Seen was over???? NO way! I’m just getting warmed up and I will def have more scenes to share!


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Third time’s a charm!

By | 3d illustrations, 3D projects walkthrough, Mental Ray Tutorials | 11 Comments

After a long week Luca deserves a brake. I could use a brake like that as-well and I think we all do! So here it is the third Weekly Seen, be sure to check out Weekly Seen 1 and Weekly Seen 2. This week I wanted the mood to be relaxing and peaceful; no guns, gangsters or angry dudes. The timing of this scene is perfect cause this week we had beautiful sunny days, after a long snowy winter (glad that is over…). So this scene is dedicated to sunny days of spring!

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