Uncovered vol.2 Rome Impressions

Uncovered vol.2 Rome Impressions

Hi all, I just came back from an amazing trip to Rome, where FlyingArchitecture was giving a lecture under an organization of artc.it.

During these 3 days, we mastered Rhinoceros, V-Ray for Rhino and Photoshop, as a practice scene we picked a forest house scene I prepared a few weeks before the workshop. This time, we started with a bit less participants than we got used to, however I have to admit, It was really amazing due to the amount of time we were able to dedicate to each of our students.

As a support, Giancarlo di Marco was there for the whole time, in case we needed a Rhino and V-Ray professional speaking Italian :)

Uncovered vol.2 Rome Impressions

Giancarlo giving his insight on V-Ray materials, in Italian, obviously. It was great to have an italian support who could interrupt from time to time and explain some specific features of V-Ray.

Uncovered vol.2 Rome Impressions

Materials creation expained.

Uncovered vol.2 Rome Impressions

Images were really nice and unique, our students did their best to produce really amazing visualizations :) 

BTW: why wouldn't these images be so nice with such a great coffee every morning?! Thanks guys for showing me the best of the best of Rome!

Uncovered vol.2 Rome Impressions

And here are some impressions from night Rome sightseeing tour:

Uncovered vol.2 Rome Impressions

Late evening streets are such an amazing source of inspiration! Gotta get back soon to see it also during a day :)

Uncovered vol.2 Rome Impressions

Pick me up at Vatican. What a monumental views everywhere!

To sum it up: We had such an amazing time in Rome! Morning espressos and cakes, mid-day pasta and cakes and late evening pizzas... and cakes! That's definitely something for me ;)

Thank You all so much!!!

Comments
Trastevere up there? I loved those streets, I wish I was there for this one!
noomclub Mar 4, 2015
Thank you for sharing.
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