Thursday, 27 January 2011

YCN update.

Here are my final renders for the Glayva, YCN brief.
Click here for YCN blog post part one.

Autumn season

 General back

Spring season 

 Summer season

Winter season

Wednesday, 26 January 2011

YCN brief.

This render isn't the final version of it, I just made it to get some initial feedback on the idea.
I'd very much appreciate some kind of feedback. Thanks.

Different beermats for different seasonal drinks,
order: spring, summer and christmas.

Friday, 14 January 2011

Let me reference this. One last time.

Finishing a book is just like you took a child out in the back yard and shot it.*

Oh,... HELL YES! And it was great!

New bound dissertation in my bookshelf

The inner organs of my thesis
* Truman Capote cited in Orange Coast MagazineVol. 12, No. 5, Published by Emmis Communication, May 1986, Page 156.

Wednesday, 5 January 2011


Get yourself a Dropbox account.
This stuff is amazing.

Use this link to add 250mb extra for the both of us.

Monday, 3 January 2011

Virtual Reality.

This is one way to spend an afternoon. Tidying up your room, whilst exploring the techniques of virtual realities in Quicktime Movies. Here's my two examples...
Should have really done something for my dissertation instead today.

Feel free to have a virtual reality tour through my untidy room.

Updated: Slightly been tidied up, diff. angle!

Sunday, 2 January 2011

Tweet away.

Hello there, it's been a while and I've been up to so many things, I can't even afford to spend that much time on putting it all on my blog here.
I'll go for a selection of some stuff I think I should mention here though.

First of all, I'm a tweeting racketeer meanwhile.
Follow me on Twitter, @julianwiedemann

Saturday, 1 January 2011

3D Rendering for the Real World.

I've recently downloaded the trial version of MAXON's Cinema 4D (C4D) to check out the infinite 3D world. After looking up some, über amazing tutorials by Nick Vegas, I quite enjoy myself working in the imaginative world of Spheres, Cubes, MoGraphs, Splines, Effectors and SweepNURB's.

C4D is an incredible program, I found it hard to start off with but after a good day fiddling around with it, I seem to get used to its basic functions.

Here are some renders I've produced since I downloaded the app last night. Enjoy, leave a comment.

my very first render try, after modelling tube lights and letters

second attempt, render processing...

camera 1 view

camera 2 view