Archive for December, 2010

New test renders

Posted in Uncategorized on December 14, 2010 by quasirella

Here are some updated renders of the red room and the outside of the house.

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Test Renders of the Yellow Room

Posted in Uncategorized on December 9, 2010 by quasirella

Here are some quick lighting tests of the Yellow Room

Test Renders for the White Room

Posted in Uncategorized on December 6, 2010 by quasirella

The white room is meant to be complete joy..and originally  it was designed as a tall cathedral, now I have decided to make it more abstract with tall arches reminiscent of a cathedral, but mostly just a space full of light.  The arches will give form to the space and offer a way for shadows to pierce the light, complimenting it and also referencing church arches while being more modern.  I was inspired by San Giovanni Rotondo, which is a modern cathedral made a few years ago celebrating Padre Pio.  A picture is below.  It was designed by Renzo Piano.  Below that are two preliminary renders of my white room.  I am still adding more elements, but this is the general look.

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This is one of the camera moves through the white room I’ve been working on with sound added.

with sound now added.

stuff for festivals

Posted in Uncategorized on December 5, 2010 by quasirella

So, even though it is a long way off, I suddenly had an idea for festival application stuff earlier today, so I made a quick trailer and poster, just so that I wouldn’t forget later.

The hallway sequences

Posted in Uncategorized on December 4, 2010 by quasirella

Instead of the rooms being aligned along the dark hallway, and we turn to enter them, what if they pulled you straight ahead, and we entered them like the title sequence for Roman Polanski’s “Ninth Gate”?  A clip is below.  I like the imagery from this film.