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Renderfeed Artist Profile – Chaotic Atmospheres

Renderfeed: Tell me a little bit about yourself and about your life as a designer in Geneva!

(Istvan) I started my career as a graphic designer: After completing my college education, I joined college friends of mine who had started their own graphic design studio. I ended up working for them for five years. But after so much time working for someone else, I started to feel as if I was “dissolving” my own universe and style. I was deeply implicated in every project I was working on, but had no control over any of the projects because they were not really mine. So, one day, I decided to take a break, to go free-lance and to rediscover my own style. It’s strange, but I don’t even remember which specific event led me to this decision!

Right now I’d define myself as a digital artist rather than as a graphic designer, even if the work is similar. I work anywhere between twelve to fifteen hours per day on my computer. So my “working” life is closely related to my online life.

Outside of that, in Geneva, I’ve got my family, my friends, my “normal” life. My neighbors don’t know about my work (and nobody calls me “Istvan” because that’s not my real name).

Renderfeed: Your work is very unique. There is a strong influence of mathematics and poetry in it. Can you explain what inspired you to develop such a personal style?

(Istvan) First of all, thank you! As a creative, getting a “unique” style is some sort of accomplishment (and it’s harder to be “unique” today than before the internet era). However, I never tried to have a unique style. In fact, quite the opposite happened: I used […]

By |June 23rd, 2014|Categories: Design, Artist, Fluids, Articles, Portfolio, Rendering|0 Comments

Mirari & Co. Signed to Passion Pictures

Check out some amazing work by Mirari & Co. including but not limited to a new reel and ton of great looking work! Congratulations to them for signing onto Pasion Pictures and we are looking forward to see some more really stunning working from the studio in the future!

Here’s a little bit more about Marari & Co. from them: “Founded in 2010, MIRARI&CO. is refreshing the industry through innovative concept and dynamic animation. Our mission is to discover unique design solutions through multiple, creative approaches. By integrating elements inspired by the world around us, we are able to generate new ideas, and bring a fresh distinctive personality to a brand.

We are a strong, cohesive unit of directors, designers, and animators able to transform concept into beautiful imagery. We bring honesty, structural integrity, and a fire for new ideas. We are creative problem solvers who will continue to elevate your brand.”

By |March 7th, 2012|Categories: Dynamics, Fluids, Portfolio, Rendering, Workflow, Global Illumination, Linear Workflow|0 Comments

DPIT Effex now for VRAYforC4D

Looks like Samir Kharchi over at www.dpit2.de has a new update that includes dPIT for Vray. Amazing fluid simulation plugin for Cinema4D. From Samir: “At its very core it includes a physical based fluid solver to create fire, smoke, vapor and explosion simulations. But also liquids belong to the repertoire of DPIT Effex which is the only plugin available on the Cinema 4D market that allows to generate complex water and highly viscous liquid simulations.” There is a demo available so go get your fire and water on at www.dpit2.de! Check out the demo of DPIT and VRAYforC4D on Youtube. Also check out the other goods, Plants and Rulertools.

By |May 9th, 2011|Categories: Dynamics, Fluids, Rendering, V-Ray|2 Comments