'Memories of the Past' by the brothers Vincent and Zacharias Reinhardt - the Joint Winners of the Week of July 27, 2015Admin
July 27, 2015 11:30 AM
by Editor in Chief
Amid so many Blender users, it seems, there are not many Blender artists who knows how to demonstrate what Blender is really capable of. It's no wonder they have created workshop to train others.
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So, it is with great pleasure that www.BlenderNews.org introduces to you the joint winners of the Render of the Week Award for the week of July 27, 2015: the brothers Vincent and Zacharias Reinhardt.
Title: Memories of the Past
AgenZasBrothers (https://agenzasbrothers.com/) is a German production company led by the brothers Vincent and Zacharias Reinhardt. The firm was founded in 2011. We specialize in Blender training, 3D animation and film production. Throughout the years we've met the needs of a range of customers and also realized personal projects using Blender as our main 3D tool.
About "Memories of the Past:"
This rendering is a still frame out of an animation. It's an example scene for our next Blender Video Workshop called "Movie Scene Creation in Blender 3D." This workshop is intended as an inspiration to enhance the quality of the trainees' 3D works. The workshop will present advanced techniques and interesting tips and tricks that can help one to create beautiful movie scene in 3D--and all of this with reasonable effort. The workshop will be released in October 2015 in English and in September 2015 in German. A free version of the workshop will released in the course of 2016.
For the rendering itself, we were inspired by childhood dreams of giant robots, one finds in a forest that naturally never have existed.