In an attempt to create an intro/outro for our video, I modelled the Barcino sculpture (by Joan Brossa) from the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona. Unfortunately I failed to complete the task as for some reason I couldn’t render more than 1 frame at a time and the final result is too low quality for our presentation.
Original sculpture below:
Barcelonaturisme.com. (2017). Barcino, by Joan Brossa – Visit Barcelona. [online] Available at: http://www.barcelonaturisme.com/wv3/en/page/1219/barcino-by-joan-brossa.html [Accessed 13 Mar. 2017].
Having looked at so many art nouveau and vintage posters of Barcelona in my research, I got inspired and decided to use a few of the 3D objects and make them into posters. Even with 1 object per file, rendering time is awfully long, will need to be more careful with time management in the future.
At one point we discussed making the outer crust of our city have the pattern of a football, considering how big it is in Spain. We agreed that if we do that, instead of having it with black patches, we would use patterns from the tiles/ceramics across the city.
Below is the image I drew out for that purpose