Benesse House

November 2016

I first came across Alex Roman's art while studying in school, and have ever since aspired to achieve his level of aestheticism. His film "The Third and the Seventh" is what inspired me to start incorporating textural realism and camera phenomenon into my work.

My interpretation of Benesse House is a homage to his art, and a humble attempt to recreate a piece. It was modeled, textured, and lit in Maya and Vray, and composited in Nuke.

It is nowhere near his quality of work, but in the process, I learned the importance of lens distortions, glares, and chromatic aberrations to mimic real world lenses. They are minute subtleties, but plays an immense role in creating a cohesive piece.

Maya | Vray | Photoshop | Nuke