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Doki Doki Forever" | DDLC Minecraft Animation Music Video
Doki Doki Forever" | DDLC Minecraft Animation Music Video
How do you like the combination of Minecraft and Doki Doki Literature Club! ? "Doki Doki Forever", the Minecraft animation music video made by AndyBFFT, sponsored by Fox Renderfarm, has earned hundreds of thousands of views and thousands of likes on Youtube! As the leading in the CG industry, Fox Renderfarm has been committed to encouraging and supporting 3D Artists to create better works. This Minecraft 3D video also rendered with Fox Renderfarm. We provide fast, secure, and affordable cloud rendering services to greatly reduce your rendering time, reduce the worry of investing time and money, and allow you to focus more on creative production. We also welcome all outstanding, creative artists to cooperate with us to negotiate sponsorship cooperation to achieve win-win and mutual benefit. Welcome to get a $ 25 free trial on our , and contact us for sponsorship cooperation.

Animated Films
2020-02-19
Fox's Got Talent January Winner Revealed!
Fox's Got Talent January Winner Revealed!
Fox's Got Talent Jelly by Stefan Kang 2020 January Winner Congratulations to our first winner of The science-fiction jelly is so inspiring. We will have an interview with Stefan and his team, talking about the process for the Jellyfish Project, so please stay tuned with us! Top Stories Telling the Legendary Story of F1 Driver Ayrton Senna through 3D Artwork Courage by Daniel Vesterbaek Daniel Vesterbaek described a dramatic F1 story through his 3D artwork Courage.Read more → Making an Eye-catching Vintage Mustang Look Strong and Smart in 3ds Max The Retro Masterpiece by Surjendu Das The powerful Mustang with exquisite lighting of the artwork won the Fox Renderfarm Team Choice. Read more → Latest News Creating Photorealistic Marseille Oceanic Views in Cinema 4D 1 L'Odyssée, Naissance d'une Cité Subaquatique by DIORAMA The nominated artwork is a breathtakingly beautiful ArchViz short film featured the underwater world as its theme. The interview revealed how the team had made the ambiental underwater scenes and the calm architecture views into reality in Cinema 4D. Interactive Design in UE Empowers ArchViz with More Possibility Master Bedroom by Jesús Gómez San Emeterio Interactivity is a new way of experimenting unbuilt Architecture. Jesús revealed how he finally made interactive design in UE empowers ArchViz. Interview with Cristina Martinez Benita: Contrast between Strength and Lightness in ArchViz LAKEHOUSE by Cristina Martinez Benita Composition and lighting determined the visual effects and the viewer’s engagement of an image. Cristina attempts to make her ArchViz image rational and focused while illustrating the contrast between strength and lightness.

Newsletter
2020-02-17
Wanna know Daniel Vesterbæk Jensen behind the vivid artwork ‘Courage’?
Wanna know Daniel Vesterbæk Jensen behind the vivid artwork ‘Courage’?
Car crashing, smoke uprising, engine roaring, crowds shouting… Though the picture is still, don’t you feel the sound and moves just like it’s in front of you? Wanna know the creator behind the vivid artwork ‘Courage’? He is Daniel Vesterbæk Jensen, 2nd place winner in the Hum3D.com Car Render Challenge. Through 3D, he recreated the dramatic scene in F1 when Ayrton Senna jumped out, running to rescue Erik Comas, who was in deep coma in his high-roaring crashed automobile. More details about Daniel’s inspiration, production and his passion for 3D are unveiled in our interview, for more info:

Interview
2020-02-14
Have you ever thought about creating ArchViz in gaming engine Unreal Engine?
Have you ever thought about creating ArchViz in gaming engine Unreal Engine?
Have you ever thought about creating ArchViz in gaming engine Unreal Engine? Today, we bring you an interactive ArchViz work made by Jesús Gómez San Emeterio, nominee for the Interactive Category in CGarchitect.com 2019 Awards. In our talk with Jesús, he revealed how he finally made the immersive experience possible with months of “trials and errors” in UE. What’s your view towards interactive ArchViz? Do you prefer still imagery or this novel form? Looking forward to your answers~ Master Bedroom by Jesús Gómez San Emeterio For full interview:

3D Rendering
2020-02-13
Oscars 2020: Full list of winners
Oscars 2020: Full list of winners
Oscars history has just made! ‘Parasite’ Wins the Oscars for Best Picture, the first non-English speaking film receiving the Academy’s most prestigious award! Congrats to all the winners! Thank all the movie practitioners esp. the heroes behind for bringing us joys and tears, leading us, motivating us, and educating us. That’s why art matters! Here is a list of all the winners: Actor in a leading role - Joaquin Phoenix - Joker Actor in a supporting role - Brad Pitt - Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood Actress in a leading role - Renee Zellweger - Judy Actress in a supporting role - Laura Dern - Marriage Story Animated feature film - Toy Story 4 - Josh Cooley, Mark Nielsen and Jonas Rivera Cinematography - Roger Deakins - 1917 Costume Design - Jacqueline Durran - Little Women Directing - Bong Joon Ho - Parasite Documentary (Feature) - American Factory - Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert and Jeff Reichert Documentary (Short subject) - Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If you're a girl) - Carol Dysinger and Elena Andreicheva Film Editing - Michael McCusker and Andrew Buckland - Ford v Ferrari International Feature Film - Parasite - South Korea Make-up and hairstyling - Kazu Hiro, Anne Morgan and Vivian Baker - Bombshell Music (original score) - Hildur Guonadottir - Joker Music (original song) - (I'm Gonna) Love Me Again; Music by Elton John, Lyrics by Bernie Taupin - Rocketman Best Picture - Parasite - Kwak Sin Ae and Bong Joon Ho Production Design - Barbara Ling, Set Decoration: Nancy Haigh - Once Upon A Time...in Hollywood Short Film (animated) - Hair Love - Matthew A Cherry and Karen Rupert Toliver Short Film (live action) - The Neighbor's Window - Marshall Curry Sound Editing - Donald Sylvester - Ford v Ferrari Sound Mixing - Mark Taylor and Stuart Wilson - 1917 Visual Effects - Guillaume Rocheron, Greg Butler and Dominic Tuohy - 1917 Writing (adapted screenplay) - Taika Waititi - Jojo Rabbit Writing (original screenplay) - Bong Joon Ho, Han Jin Won; Story by Bong Joon Ho - Parasite For full list: https://oscar.go.com/nominees

Oscars
2020-02-12
3D Artist Ehsan Darvishi and Car Render Challenge
3D Artist Ehsan Darvishi and Car Render Challenge
Hum3D.com ‘Car Render Challenge’ is one of the fantastic render challenges that artists who are passionate about both 3D creation and cars should not miss! As the sponsor, Fox Renderfarm is amazed by the fact that 3D creation not only demonstrates visual beauty, is also used as a powerful storytelling tool. The 1st Prize Winner - Ehsan Darvishi created a stunning Chevrolet Corvette 1960 with the exquisite reflection, and the fine lighting of the diner behind. He shared with us how he did the modeling and achieved the sophisticated lighting step by step in 3ds Max. Anyone interested cannot miss our interview:

3D Rendering
2020-02-07
Creation Analysis: Using 3D to Make 2D Style Scene(2)
Creation Analysis: Using 3D to Make 2D Style Scene(2)
In this article, we still show the use of 3ds Max to create 2D animated movie-style scenes and will focus on explaining the -style picture performance. The use of channels When rendering into a map, we need to add some channels to the rendering elements to help us post-process the scene. I added VRGI channels, VR lighting channels, VR reflection channels, VR shadow channels, VR highlight channels, and Z channel. The Z channel needs to test the distance of the camera in advance. It can be measured directly with a tape measure, or the camera's ambient range display can be turned on. The rendering results are as follows: Adjust the color and composition In the last step of color processing, you must first have a clear understanding of the overall picture effect processing ideas. Let's analyze the original picture of Makoto Shinkai first. "Koto no ha no niwa" uses the delicate design and delicate application of color elements to enhance the overall expression of the work. In the picture, the author uses a variety of green and gray with different purity and brightness. Multi-tones such as blue, white, and white are painted and painted. The crystal clear and colorful colors contrast with each other, forming the vivid art style of the film. The courtyard scene uses high-purity dark green forest leaves as the main thing, and the dark parts are generally biased to cool gray, so we must focus on these factors in the post-processing. Select the color of the GI channel and the reflection channel for the superposition method, and select the soft light for the superposition method of the light channel. Adjust the opacity of the screen overlay according to the picture conditions. The Z channel is reserved, and then the center of the picture is brightened with warm colors. The colored sky map gives the original image a soft light overlay. The opacity is set to 50% to make the picture breathable. Then adjust the color balance, saturation, and curve of the overall picture to improve the overall color purity and contrast of the picture. Warm color filter, as shown below: Next, use the Z channel to create the blue fog effect in the dark part at the top of the screen. Display the Z channel separately, adjust the color level to make the black and white obvious. Then, in the RGB channel, Ctrl + left mouse button to select the white selection area. One layer, fill it with blue-gray, and adjust the opacity as shown: Create a new layer, use the radial gradient in the gradient to make a rainbow in the upper left corner, wipe out the desired shape, and then add a Gaussian blur to give the rainbow a foggy feel. Next, create a soft light effect for the overall screen. Ctrl + Alt + Shift + E stamps all visible layers duplicates one layer and uses Image-Adjust- Threshold to change the image to black and white. Similarly, select the white part of the selection, Ctrl + J duplicates one layer, uses soft light for the superposition method, and gives a Gaussian blur with a value of 10, so that you can get a soft light effect that enhances the bright part of the overall picture, adding a depth of field effect, and the final effect is shown in the figure:

V-Ray for 3ds Max
2020-02-05
Jared DuBois, the Grand Prize winner of Renderosity 2019 Animation Halloween Contest
Jared DuBois, the Grand Prize winner of Renderosity 2019 Animation Halloween Contest
A long night drive without any sleep, eyesight blurred with vague shadows behind your back. Goosebumps rising? Jared DuBois, Grand Prize winner in the Renderosity 2019 Animation Halloween Contest which is sponsored by Fox Renderfarm, made the short animation film based on the creepy night. We are glad to have a talk with him, in which the elements and techniques used were revealed with an abundance of details. Late Night Drive by Jared DuBois For full article:

Interview
2020-02-04
Fox Renderfarm News Roundup for January 21, 2019
Fox Renderfarm News Roundup for January 21, 2019
New Version Announcement Dear Friends, The latest version of Fox Renderfarm Desktop Client, version 5.0.6.5 is released! Let’s check out what's new in it! 1. Allocate GPUs (cards) 2. Batch adjust jobs’ priorities 3. Download speed, packet loss, network latency were added in Line Speed Test 4. The number of concurrent Upload or Download files is adjustable 5. Predict the upload and download time 6. Resubmit Timeout frames 7. Rights Management for Sub-account 8. Render Parameter Setting for Houdini Windows versionUPGRADE Linux versionUPGRADE Exclusive Interview Creating the Sophisticated Chevrolet Corvette 1960 in 3ds Max Hum 3D ‘Car Render Challenge’ is one of the fantastic render challenges. As the sponsor, Fox Renderfarm is so glad to have an interview with the first prize winner Mr. Ehsan Darvishi. Read more → Hum 3D ‘Car Render Challenge’ is one of the fantastic render challenges. As the sponsor, Fox Renderfarm is so glad to have an interview with the first prize winner Mr. Ehsan Darvishi.Read more → Most-Viewed Stories TOP 116-year-old 3D Artist's 6-year Exploration in Blender TOP 2Disney Studio CG Supervisor Revealed the Production Secrets of Frozen 2 TOP 3Creation Process of Gorgeous Gladiator-style Centaur TOP 4Interview with SIGGRAPH 2021 Conference Chair, Pol Jeremias-Vila

Newsletter
2020-01-24
BIG PRICE CUT for Cloud Rendering! Recharge More, Save More!
BIG PRICE CUT for Cloud Rendering! Recharge More, Save More!
BIG PRICE CUT for Cloud Rendering! Recharge More, Save More! Greater Value, Lower Price! We’ve cut the price to better meet your needs!Boost your rendering with Fox Renderfarm.Recharge More, Save More! Learn more 6-year Exploration in Blender of a 16-year-old 3D Artist Interview with the 3rd place winner in the CGBOOST challengeRead more→ Facebook 5K Follows Rewards 5 winners will be chosen, and each will receive a $50 Render CouponKnow more→

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2020-01-19
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