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    [CINEMATIC] The Pantheon - CG Film Rendered with UE

    Hello everyone!

    My name is Han Yang and I'm a 3D generalist. I'm really excited to share with you guys a new film I made with Unreal Engine - The Pantheon

    https://www.artstation.com/artwork/RYR5By

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    90% of this film was rendered in Unreal Engine, only use Vray for shots that need character close-ups. Click the link above to check out more details on my Artstation.

    Also if you missed my last film, make sure check out The Lander(https://www.artstation.com/artwork/1nWe9e). Same idea of using UE for cinematic production but a Sci-fi theme!

    Hope you enjoy it! I'd love to hear your thoughts!


    Software:
    - Maya for animation, layout and CFX.
    - 90% of the film was fully rendered in Unreal Engine.
    - Vray was used for close-ups and composited with Unreal rendered background.
    - Xsens and iPhone for body, face motion capture.
    - Nuke for compositing.

    Credits:
    Directed by Han Yang
    Music: Andrea Bellucci
    Sound VFX: Francois Huber, Maria Camarena, Chengshuo Hou, Ziting Zhao
    Special Thanks: David Jiang, Mengyu Zhang

    Follow me on Artstation for some really exciting upcoming projects!

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    Last edited by Han Yang; 03-26-2020, 07:11 PM.

    #2
    Dude, thats amazing! Well done!

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      #3
      Some of the best UE4 action sequences ever...
      How long did this all take from modelling to pp?

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        #4
        GOOD JOB! keep going!
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