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3D Footwear Rendering

Postby kato » July 17th, 2015, 2:08 pm

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Hello!

This is my first post and I want to share my recent work.
Here are some personal projects, done with 3d footwear application from Inescop (3D Plus) and rendered with Maxwell Render.
Both programs are from Spain.

My goal was reproduce in 3d these styles.

If anyone wants to know more about the workflow, feel free to ask and discuss.

Here are some renders , animations and screenshots from the 3D application:

Airwalk Prototype 600 F

Light Animation: https://vimeo.com/111127335
Animation 360: https://vimeo.com/75165586

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Nike Airmax

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Vans Filson

Animation 360: https://vimeo.com/83015372

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Zara Basic Test

Animation 360: https://vimeo.com/29110860
Rendered with Vray


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Hope you like it!!




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Re: 3D Footwear Rendering

Postby Jboogie941 » July 17th, 2015, 3:27 pm

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Great skill set to have in your tool belt, nice work. How long does it take to create a typical render?

Re: 3D Footwear Rendering

Postby KenoLeon » July 17th, 2015, 4:21 pm

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Nice renders :

- It seems you can wrap the flat pattern over a digital last ? ,
- Can you send the pattern to a digital cutter for real life prototypes ?
- Also how much is the software you are using ? , do they offer a trial download ?

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Re: 3D Footwear Rendering

Postby kato » July 18th, 2015, 2:11 pm

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Jboogie941:

Time depens on the complexity and the user. In my work are two different users, footwear designers and 3d artists.

When the user is a shoe designer, they are creating and designing, they are doing tests, taking decisions, is a very creative process. And sometimes is faster than anothers.
If the model has to do a 3D designer for a footwear designer (because some footwear designers don´t want to use the 3d platform), modeling is faster, but there are a lot of interpretations, iterations, and often have to repeat the pattern until the designer approves. The whole process is slower.

For example, these are the times in my case, I´m not a footwear designer, I´m a 3d artist working with footwear designers, and the goal of this project is reproduce an existing models, and it is easier than create 3d models from sketches done by others...

- Airwalk 600 F: I did the 3d modeling and texturing in 3,5 hours
- Nike Airmax : 2,5 hours 3d modeling and texturing
- Vans Filson: 2 hours 3d modeling and texturing
- Zara Basic Test: 1 hour 3d modeling and texturing

Each 3d image, in my computer, needs 45 minutes of rendering. In a renderfarm, 3 minutes each image.

KenoLeon:

- Yes, you can create a flat pattern from a scanned last. This is the most powerful tool in this 3d application, and it´s very accurate.
- Yes, you can send the pattern to a digital cutter. You have a 2d space where you can create all the pieces and all the pattern work.
- Price depends in the package that you need. For more info, you can ask here: http://www.red21.es

I hope I've answered all your questions.

thanks!!

Re: 3D Footwear Rendering

Postby billymenut » January 12th, 2016, 5:18 am


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Hey Kato,
pretty interesting program that I would like to learn.
I have seen many other 3D programs like Modo,Rhino,Bender and they seem to be really difficult.
Where can I apply to learn this program? Inescop Elda?
Best regards.

Re: 3D Footwear Rendering

Postby rkuchinsky » February 23rd, 2016, 2:18 pm

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Hi Kato,

I sent you a PM. Check your inbox.

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Re: 3D Footwear Rendering

Postby NURB » February 24th, 2016, 2:22 pm

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Really nice stuff here. You've certainly got textures and lighting down. Nice work.
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Re: 3D Footwear Rendering

Postby kato » July 2nd, 2016, 11:37 am

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Hi!
Yes, the software is Icad 3d Plus from Inescop (Elda,spain).
I'm working on online 3d courses for footwear designers, with Icad 3d Plus, and ZBrush, and Maxwell Render and Vred for rendering.
Here is an example with Vred in real time rendering:
https://vimeo.com/154039488
Hope you like it!!

Re: 3D Footwear Rendering

Postby engelhjs » July 2nd, 2016, 12:05 pm


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Super intriguing. I've seen a few programs in the past that were trying to do similar things but nothing nearly this comprehensive. I reached out to them about getting a trial version to test, and I'll let you guys know if they get back to me.
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