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    G Hub - Architectural 3D Animation

    Hi!

    Presenting our latest 3D animation project. G Hub residential and retail development in Istanbul, Turkey by Mar Yapı. At Cubic Meter we created a set of high-quality 3D visualizations and promotional CG video for the project.



    This time we decided to use Unreal Engine during a concept stage and present a client with more visually refined version of animatic. Check out the making of.


    Production Team:
    Director Alexandr Smirnov
    3D Artists Alexandr Smirnov, Evgenia Timofeeva, Choduraa Hopuya, Alexandr Belkov
    Manager Lena Varlamova
    Art Director Ivan Savenko

    Client: Mar Yapı

    Year: 2019

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    www.meter3.com
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    Last edited by meter3; 2019-06-17 at 05:31 PM.
  2. Join Date
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    #2

    Great job guys! Love the opening sequence, very solid commercial animation!
    Keep it up.
    Best
    Pawel
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    #3

    Thanks a lot, Pawel. Big fan of your work as well!
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    #4

    Appreciate!
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    #5

    Cool! It sounds a lots of work, and how long did you guys spent on this project?
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    Yes, it was a loooooooong project)) Animation itself took about 10 weeks.
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