My office is looking for an experienced architectural 3D visualiser/renderer/digital artist/animator type.
I know there’s a few people around here that do that kind of stuff, or maybe you know someone.
It’s not really my area of expertise, but I can put you on to someone who knows a lot more than me.
The office is in Melbourne.
PS I’m the only staff member here who rides fixed, so if you’re interested in the position and you currently ride fixed, you will have to surrender your rear sprocket and replace it with a freewheel, or preferably get a new bike entirely where your sweet fixxay will be sent to the bottom of The Yarra.
You didn’t mention which 3D software packages are required.
I have some nifty MSPaint skills which I think could command an above average contract. Is it one of those ‘hipster’ offices with a coffee machine, pool table, pinball etc. I’d like to work in one of those.
We have a pretty awesome coffee machine, it’s a Wega and Benny Tatts came around a couple of times to show us how to use it properly. I can do rosettas. We also have a ping pong table, but it only comes out on Friday nights. Not many hipsters though, sorry.
Not me - I render in Rhino with Vray. Do all my modeling there as well.
Was using grasshopper for the first time the other day - spent about 4 hours swearing under my breath trying to work it out, then when I finally nailed it, jumped up and yelled ‘fuck yeah, you bitch!’. Anyway, they won’t let me use grasshopper anymore.
Yeah - I think Max is better render-wise - but I can’t be bothered exporting everything over every time. - plus Modeling/rendering tends to happen simultaneously around here.
Also - after my little Grasshopper foray, I’m starting to wonder if a lot of Calatrava’s work is just a series of mistakes they made in grasshoper but chose to stick with them.
Use the Maxwell plugin in Rhino; its great.
That’s what we use. we do render animations in 3D Max a little. But that’s only because the animation controls are better in there(unless scripting the path acceleration in rhino which only a coupe of nerds can do).
PIN I can put a shout out to my peoples back home; someone’s always looking.