The work on this project was started initially in May 2005, but after several months, I stopped working on it. In July 2007, I restarted the project, remodeling almost all objects. I completed it in late August 2009. The main subject of the project is a piano from 1868, which I like very much. On the front of it, you can read: "Ehren preis. Franz Chalupny in Wien. Auszeichnung 1868".
See the Making of for "The piano room" project
- 3D objects modeled and textured in Cinema 4D R11 and rendered with Vray 1.1;
- Polygons: 4 275 906;
- Objects: 2560;
- Textures: 146 files in 2,56 Gb;
- Shaders: 223;
- Render time: each image took 6 days, on an Intel Xeon 5420 dual quad-core, 2,5 Ghz with 12 mb of cache;
Download the 3D objects from this project (ZIP file, 71 mb)
Thanks to all the fine people from #cinema4d on irc.arcor.de (in no particular order): Michael Auerbach (Cinemike), Philipp Althoff (Budorange), Boris Eissrich (Yakuza), Dagmar Patzer, Nina Markiewicz, Sebastian Rath, Stefan Laub from VrayforC4D, Ole Trenner (o_gardiner) and special thanks to Giel-Jan Wijns (Duron) for saving me months and even years of rendering with the final quality.