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Happy Holidays from Greyscalegorilla 2013 18 Comments



Happy Holidays from all of us here at Greyscalegorilla. Thank you so much for joining us this year to learn and play and create. To celebrate, I wanted to re-render an old scene file from 2009 using some higher quality render techniques like GI for animation, blurry reflections, and also finally render it HD.

From all of us here at Greyscalegorilla, we hope you have a wonderful holiday season!

Original Low Rez Render

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18 Comments

  1. Jon Brandt

    this was always one of my favorite animations of yours, glad it got the HD treatment!

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  2. daniel beneventi

    Merry Christmas to all of Greyscalegorilla!!! Thank you for enriching my studies!!!!

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  3. Erwan

    Really great job !
    It would be cool to have a tutorial to make this :)

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  4. Alvin Seo

    Nick’s family and friends want to pray always full of blessings.

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  5. Brendan

    Could you make a tutorial on how to make the christmas tree for us? It would be awesome :D , and our christmas present.

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  6. Remington

    Kind of cool to see the progression! I know it was a low-res render initially but you can still see a big difference in the design of the video. Never stop learning!

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  7. Don Ross

    Merry Christmas!
    Thank you SO MUCH for your wonderful tutorials. Chris and Nick, you two make the best tutorials of all. I have learned a ton from you two and it’s been really fun in doing so.
    Your efforts are very very much appreciated!

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  8. Doku-San

    Wow. that’s awesome! I really love that! May you show a tutorial for this?! ;) I would really appreciate.

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