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Hello guys, I think I found a nice idea for a new very short (30s loop) one shot video with dumb fun stuff. Shorter but way harder (at least compared to Danger Zone I finished in December).

 

There's challenging parts (morphings) and I'm still wondering if I should do it 3D or 2D.

I attached a couple illustrations I made for the overall look I'd like to get. Then I just made a quick low poly model of the grandpa and was a bit surprised by the length of the rendering with Redshift.

Since I always played with single models, I was able to get decent render times, but here with my 7 grandpas, the render took 1m45 instead of 20s for a single one.

 

So, it's already kind of problematic without having high poly models with textures and such.

I also noticed that the viewport was very laggy (even with low details on) with the most complex shots for Danger Zone (the intro with a few flowers). So I guess I'll not be able to do any work with my current computer on this video.

 

Here are my specs :

 

i7-4770K 3.9 GHz

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 4GB

+32 GB RAM & 650w PSU

 

I guess I could buy a 1080Ti on my build (+ a new PSU ?) but I'll still have the viewport problems, right ?

 

Since I'm kind of broke, building a new stronger workstation is not really possible but I could spend around 1000€.

 

With all that in mind, I wonder if I'd just should keep my money and think 2D.

 

Thanks in advance.

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