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One Clinton Brooklyn Heights
18 March 2019
Our latest collaboration with Noë & Associates. One Clinton is a new addition to the historic Brooklyn Heights neighbourhood of New York City by Marvel Architects.
View the images on our project page or visit https://www.oneclintonbk.com/ for more about the project.
Black Friday 2017
22 November 2017
Yes, The Boundary Store is still going! No, we haven't added any new content, but hope to kick things off again in the new year.
In the meantime now is a good time to get any of the existing products for a whopping 50% off with the code BLACK50
The offer will run from 5pm (GMT) on the 23rd November till the end of the month.
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Graduated filter in 3dsmax
17 March 2017
Hopefully one day Corona will have the option to add linear and radial graduated filters in the frame buffer, in addition to the new and improved vignetting that is on it's way. Until then, I've been experimenting with making a 'real' virtual linear grad that sits in front of your camera lens.
Graduated Filter in 3dsmax Tutorial from The Boundary on Vimeo.
A Closer Look
3 March 2017
Increasingly we are finding, particularly with residential marketing images, that the requirement for the so called 'vignette' is becoming a major part of our workflow. These more detailed images started to gain increasing popularity in 3d several years ago with the advent of more accurate and easier photographic control in render engines including depth of field and bokeh providing increased photographic realism.
Visualisation & Construction Procurement
20 January 2017
Our work during the past two years has been varied and numerous. Although we still love to get involved with the little gems like individual houses and small cultural projects which we can really get our creative teeth into, the reality of working with some of the 'starchitects' with whom we have had the privilege of working has inevitably resulted in larger scale, more commercial projects.
The Boundary Corona Interview
Studio, Video–Henry Goss
16 January 2017
Some of you may have already seen this but here is the interview we did with the Corona Renderer guys last year. Pretty lengthy! So much so that they split it in two. Mostly about The Boundary in general and also about how we use Corona in our workflow. Hope it's interesting.
8 December 2016
We've recently resolved to do weekly seminars in the office with a view to pooling and sharing knowledge that the various super talented people here have. Some are more blog worthy than others but it seems logical to post some of them here which may be of interest.
22 November 2016
It's been a while coming but we have finally converted the Boundary Scene 01 to Corona. As it took so long we have included a new HDRI and set the scene up as a day shot with one of my favourite PG Skies 1714. The previous 1953 Vray dusk setup has also been converted with all the lights in the scene. Simply swap out the HDRi and turn on the lights.
This and all other scenes on The Boundary Store are discounted by 50% from now until the end of Monday 28th November. Enjoy!
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Discount Code: BLACK50
The Boundary Scene 03 update
20 October 2016
Since the release of The Boundary Scene 03 on the Boundary Store, we have had a few queries about the 2013 max versions not having cameras in. Many apologies for this, we had back saved from max 2016 failing to remember that physical cameras don't exist in max 2013. We have remade the cameras with normal max target cameras and added skew modifiers to approximate the horizontal and vertical shift. All seems to work now.
All existing costumers should receive an email with a new download link.
The Boundary Film 2016
18 October 2016
For those of you not fortunate enough to attend the State of Art Academy Day 7 in Venice earlier this month, here is a short film which we finished off our presentation with. A compilation of some of the things we have been up to over the past two years. Not all hard work ;)