Real Time Sinking With Interiors


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Main set of exterior lights are done and now doing interiors, just finished the reception room and forward D Deck

Exterior shots looks way too white for me but when i eye drop kens paintings or the 97 set this is what i get
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I now have a complete Titanic model with most staterooms, corridors and public space lit and put to a fairly accurate real-time sinking timeline

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Harland Duzen

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Good thing this is virtual and not real, It looks like the handheld IMAX cameras used in Christopher Nolan's films and they were very heavy! :D

Hope it's all going to plan.
 
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Most of the camera work is done and did a quick test of the reception room scene, looks great except the stupid auto brightness adjust feature was on during it even though i programmed it to be off:mad: (meaning the brightness is all messed up)
Il share some of it if anyone is interested
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Threw this together audio wise really quickly so its pretty sloppy, Takes place as the ship is starting to heel to port and due to me skipping the beginning of the animation the sparks are somewhat out of sync and there is a random water fall as its meant for the dome to implode, and of course the brightness is messed up
 
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So i have the animation rendering for about 13 hours now and im at the 1 hour & 40 min mark now, il have to redo some shots of the reception room due to the sparks being triggered for some reason
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well 24 hours later, nearly 200 GB in pictures its done rendering, there are already things i want to change but here is a quick preview of the last 20 min (just lazily threw in the H&G sounds so it was not dead air) and i already want to slightly want to change the dome scene, but im not happy with how the angles turned out on anything past the dome implosion, any ideas on better angles? maybe a shot going threw the ship on a deck?
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Lighting in the pictures is looking good in my opinion. Colour temperature looks about right as do the levels of illumination. Going off the measurements posted in the other thread the general light levels were quite dark, especially by modern standards.
 
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Lighting in the pictures is looking good in my opinion. Colour temperature looks about right as do the levels of illumination. Going off the measurements posted in the other thread the general light levels were quite dark, especially by modern standards.

Thanks! We also have to remember that i had to set shadows to low mode due to the fact its crazy having thousands of lights from my computer on high settings :rolleyes::oops:
 
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Little Preview of the animation, tell me what you guys think? I might release the video publicly as i kinda like the way it turned out
 
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