Day 1 of 3D Modelling

Filed under:Visualisation — posted by Hugh Denard on February 16, 2011 @ 5:04 pm

Hello Everyone,

I am the 3D Modeller on this project and the video below is a rambling account of what I am using as reference and how I am getting on with the work so far. This is only after a day’s work, so don’t get too excited, but I think it is shaping up nicely. We are only focusing on the main blocking of the model at the moment.

Abbey Theatre Reconstruction – Day 01 from Noho on Vimeo.

It’s great to have such good reference material to hand without having to look for it myself, so thanks to Hugh for making my job pretty easy. The next day of work shall focus on more blocking out of walls and doors and stairs. I will also start to try and colour code the models according to sources.

More soon,

Niall


one comment so far

  1. Ah, great stuff! The most suprising, for me, is the relative dimensions of the stage, audience area and human figure. Even the skeleton visualisation-in-movement gives a much more different sense of this scale of basic relationships than any drawing or even the actual little model. Thanks, Niall and Hugh.

    Comment by Ildi Solti — February 17, 2011 @ 12:12 am

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image: detail of installation by Bronwyn Lace