December 13, 2016 1:00 PM
by Editor in Chief
A notable phenomenon has been noticed by www.BlenderNews.org, while contacting potential nominees for the Render of the Week Award or artists for 'Architectural/Product Visualization in Blender' series. Some of the creators of amazing or professional quality renders turned out to be young people still in high school! It turned out that this is not an isolated incident. Should they and their works be dismissed, since the Render of the Week Award or the 'Product Visualization in Blender' series or are for adults who can "afford" to work as freelancers and studios?
Back in 2012, some of them have been introduced in an article entitled "Blender Whiz" and it was decided that "Blender Whiz." would be featured as a series, whenever such talented young artists are discovered. Ever since 2012, some of the talented young artists featured in the series have even grown up to be a well known Blender artists and tutorial creators!
As such, Studios and directors, keep your eyes on these young talents as your potential future employees! So, it is with great pleasure that www.BlenderNews.org introduces to you Krystian Niemiec for his work "Attic Workspace."
Title: "Attic Workspace"
Genre: Architectual Visualization
My name is Krystian Niemiec and I'm 17 years old. I started using Blender about 6 years ago, impressed by the potentials this software has. Now I am a hobbyist learning CGI on my own (watching thousands of tutorials) but in the future I want to become a professional architectural designer.
About "Attic Workspace:"
In this project I wanted to challenge myself making interior renders. My aim was to make a simple scene where I could experiment with different technics and tricks to make it look realistic and to get rid of noise, which is a really hard task for every Blender artist using Cycles. After a week of testing different render settings and lighting setups and etc., I've achieved the result I wanted. In the following thread You can see how I've done it
This article was released, thanks to the kind permission of Mr. Aquieszke Niemiec--the legal guardian of Krystian.
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