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It is a cartoon and a high-quality rendering - the shocking architectural space design in the animated film

2023-02-06 20:57:47 [Dark ] source:phoebeparke.com
It is a cartoon and a high-quality rendering - the shocking architectural space design in the animated film

Recently, "Ghibli Park", based on the animation works produced by Hayao Miyazaki's studio, announced that it will officially open at the end of this year. It goes without saying how far-reaching Miyazaki's animated films have influenced the world. Not only Japanese children, they also accompany Chinese children in their childhood, and even have a soothing effect on adults. It remains to be seen whether the opening of Ghibli Park means that in addition to Disneyland and Universal Studios, another hot new star of the park based on the animated movie IP is rising. Judging from the news that has been exposed so far, the most attractive place in Ghibli Park is probably the realistic restoration of the buildings that have appeared in the movies: the antique shop in "Listen to the Side". The home of the protagonist in "My Neighbor Totoro". There is also the castle in "Howl's Moving Castle"... Seeing this, the DNA of the space designer immediately moved: Isn't this the process of first producing the renderings, and then carrying out the construction and landing! It turns out that in the dazzling array of animated films, in addition to the wonderful plots, there are also hidden renderings (bushi) of excellent architectural space design works. Actually this is not surprising. A high-quality animated film, from script creation to 3D modeling, requires the unremitting efforts of a highly professional team behind it. When it comes to the architectural space design in the scene, professional designers are naturally needed for design modeling. This part of the process is essentially the same as the steps that architectural space designers usually design their works. This is also the reason why high-quality architectural space scenes often appear in animated films. The people who created them are very professional architectural space designers. In addition to the above three cases, there are many excellent architectural space design works in animation movies, such as the following: the same works by Hayao Miyazaki, the famous "Spirited Away" soup house. The structure is exquisite and strictly follows the principle of symmetry. There is also this mysterious food street, which provides reference elements for the design of countless Japanese-style food streets. The "Wall of God" where the protagonist lives in "Big Fish and Begonia" is inspired by Fujian Tulou. Chentangguan and the downtown area in "The Devil Child of Nezha Comes into the World". "Ghost in the Shell 2", the scene is gorgeous, the fusion of traditional baroque style and modern mechanization. In addition, of course, there are many excellent architectural space design works in animation movies. Because they are not limited by the limitations of landing, most of them are imaginative and exquisite, but they are more free than the actual architectural space design. But there is no need for pity, since Hayao Miyazaki's animation world has begun to come to reality, who said that scenes from other animated films will not really be born one day? Let us look forward to it together.

(Responsible editor:the scenery)

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