by Christian Peritore

I just had to build a DRAGSTER version of this car. I couldn't resist. Done in Blender 2.9+. Car showroom lighting, and night scene at the end.

© 2021 by Christian Peritore

3D model recreated by Christian Peritore. Despicable Me character and original Villain Wheels design created by ILLUMINATION ENTERTAINMENT. Music “Chuck Berry” by Pharrel Williams

by Christian Peritore

I just had to build a car at some point. And I was SO inspired by this hotrod, I couldn't resist any longer. Done in Blender 2.9+. CAr showroom lighting.

© 2021 by Christian Peritore

3D model recreated by Christian Peritore. Despicable Me character and original Villain Wheels design created by ILLUMINATION ENTERTAINMENT. Music “Yellow Light” by Pharrel Williams

by Christian Peritore

3D Puzzle Box Diamond Reveal. Just for fun. Done in Blender 2.9+. Cinematic reveal.

© 2021 by Christian Peritore

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My big motivational video.
Enjoy

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Based on the research and works of Dr. Eric Berg, https://www.youtube.com/user/drericberg123 I put this together really just to help simplify the diet for a couple people doing it with me. But as I mention herein, Dr. Berg has 2000-3000 videos that go into the greatest detail of every aspect of diet, nutrition and many other health topics, that I had no intention to cover in this hugely oversimplified video. And they're awesome. Finally, someone who understands the human body, and that's Dr. Berg. I wish I had this info 30 years ago.

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My contribution to the Corona Humor pool. I'm quite proud of the stage set and decent stage show lighting, though the stage itself is a little over-sized for the show, in ratio. My goal was that I wanted this vid to be very much dialog driven, with minimal visual creation time and effort. Little did I know it'd be 20min long and I'd be on this project for a month.

Created by Christian Peritore

My contribution to the Corona Humor pool. I'm quite proud of the stage set and decent stage show lighting, though the stage itself is a little over-sized for the show, in ratio. My goal was that I wanted this vid to be very much dialog driven, with minimal visual creation time and effort. Little did I know it'd be 20min long and I'd be on this project for a month.

by Christian Peritore

3D LOGO REVEAL just for fun. Done in Blender 2.8. Cinematic reveal.

© 2020 by Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore

3D LOGO REVEAL for another company. Done in Blender 2.8. Cinematic reveal. I'm actually pretty pleased how this one came out. Yet another movie style reveal feather in my cap.

© 2020 by Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore

Promo video I did for a client.

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© 2020 by Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore

3D LOGO REVEAL for another company. Done in Blender 2.8 for study. chimney" in back had to start out hidden, and it too rotates and slides into position. Kind of a fun project.

© 2020 by Christian Peritore

Created by Christian Peritore

Created by Christian Peritore

Created by Christian Peritore

Created by Christian Peritore

Created by Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore

I created this as a first in the series of videos for this client.

© 2018-2020 by Christian Peritore for HRC

Created by Christian Peritore

Created by Christian Peritore

Created by Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore
My latest Blender modeling video.

Modeled in Blender 2.8. Modeling, textures, lighting, and animation; all in Blender 2.8. Then for the video I prefer DaVinci Resolve 16.

Although I'm a pilot and know the systems, I didn't find the time to model every connecting tube and wire for the many complex control systems of a real heli. But the major components such as engine, transmission and rudder pedals are vague representations anyway. More like a pretend Yamaha V Star engine on an ultralight frame.

© 2019 Christian Peritore
[Not for commercial or profit.]

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New 3D LOGO REVEAL for the HRC company I'm in association with. Done in Blender 2.8 for study, I set out to keep the creation ORTHOGRAPHIC from start to finish. And this is the result. The camera orbits around the "house" from front to 45(ish) degree side view. I also wanted the pieces to NOT touch each other as they fold into, or away out of view. Thus I had to slide and rotate both the front house facade and the HRC text letters. Lastly, the "money chimney" in back had to start out hidden, and it too rotates and slides into position. Kind of a fun project..

© 2019 by Christian Peritore for HRC

by Christian Peritore

Modeled in Sketchup. Crazy, eh? Well, this project spanned over approx. 6 months in spare time, and random opportunities to sit down and concentrate on it. It’s just the outer shells, and no effort was put into the inner walls or rooms of buildings or furnishings, etc.

I admit I’m no Sketchup expert (not really), nor an architect or historian. Just following the inspiration of a fantasy spiral castle in the clouds. Furthermore, this was done a while ago, long before I abandoned antiquated Sketchup for far better more advanced Blender. Still, I wanted to immortalize it in this video, till I get the chance to recreate it in Blender.

Building this was a small adventure. The geometry was fun, and finds itself horizontally somewhere between a 30-sided circle (pizza sliced every 12 degrees), and an Archimedes spiral (r = aθ), but not as expanded as a Golden Ratio spiral (a/b = (a+b)/a = 1.6180). At its widest, it's about 3000cm in diameter from east towers to western entrance gates. Vertically, the height of buildings ranges from 300cm (10ft) on upto 9000cm (300ft) at the top of the model, and of course spirals up and then back down as you circle the outer circumference perimeter. Each of the buildings are angled in to the center of the city, about the same 12 degrees Y axis with each. So it’s roughly based on these calculations, and not done to impress any mathematician or geometric perfectionist or load-bearing structural engineer.

It is designed however, with passageways, catwalks, bridges and platforms connecting all buildings and structures such that if one wanted to, they could actually do a walk-thru from one end all the way around to the other, given passing inside, outside and around as they go.

So there you have it. Enjoy.


© 2019 by Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore

Modeled in Sketchup. Crazy, eh? Well, this project spanned over approx. 6 months in spare time, and random opportunities to sit down and concentrate on it. It’s just the outer shells, and no effort was put into the inner walls or rooms of buildings or furnishings, etc.

I admit I’m no Sketchup expert (not really), nor an architect or historian. Just following the inspiration of a fantasy spiral castle in the clouds. Furthermore, this was done a while ago, long before I abandoned antiquated Sketchup for far better more advanced Blender. Still, I wanted to immortalize it in this video, till I get the chance to recreate it in Blender.

Building this was a small adventure. The geometry was fun, and finds itself horizontally somewhere between a 30-sided circle (pizza sliced every 12 degrees), and an Archimedes spiral (r = aθ), but not as expanded as a Golden Ratio spiral (a/b = (a+b)/a = 1.6180). At its widest, it's about 3000cm in diameter from east towers to western entrance gates. Vertically, the height of buildings ranges from 300cm (10ft) on upto 9000cm (300ft) at the top of the model, and of course spirals up and then back down as you circle the outer circumference perimeter. Each of the buildings are angled in to the center of the city, about the same 12 degrees Y axis with each. So it’s roughly based on these calculations, and not done to impress any mathematician or geometric perfectionist or load-bearing structural engineer.

It is designed however, with passageways, catwalks, bridges and platforms connecting all buildings and structures such that if one wanted to, they could actually do a walk-thru from one end all the way around to the other, given passing inside, outside and around as they go.

So there you have it. Enjoy.


© 2019 by Christian Peritore

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by Christian Peritore


© 2019 Christian Peritore

These are the custom repaints I did for the various planes I fly in X-Plane 11. I have more planes in the fleet, but not all of them do I fly much nor took the time to repaint. It’s quite tedious work really.

Yes, I love BLACK, and the added logic is that it’s a lot easier to spot a black plane in the very bright light sky, cloudy or clear. Just more contrast.

The Panthera was more of a minor fire lines color change and tailnumber fix than much else. Awesome plane. Best on the fleet.
Same with the Velocity V-Twin, as it was not much more than color changes to the existing theme, plus the custom rims. Flies very nice.
Those both are SO nice with the Garmin 750/650s installed. Huge.
The DA-62 was tricky around the engines mostly, but repainted from scratch (white). A very finicky plane to fly, but I love the overall design, and the G1000 is far better than the standard XP C172 for more advanced flights.
The AirfoilLabs C172 was the biggest pain in the ass anyone could imagine. They don’t make it easy, and I found myself fiddling with trying to line things up for hours, only to be moderately satisfied with the result. I use the AFL C172 for refreshing pattern work and basic maneuvers. It’s a great study level plane.
The Bell 407 was also rather tricky to get things to line up reasonably well, starting from scratch. The Bell 407 though is THE heli for anyone with interest. It doesn’t break much over 130kias for long trips, but hovers great.

PS. *.DDS Files: There are some YouTube videos on repainting sim plane liveries, but the only couple tricks I’ll mention besides thinking in 3D wrap-around, is that you can simply rename the files from (*.dds) to (*.png) and back again to work the formats in GIMP or Photoshop. GIMP handles the *.dds files natively when first opening/converting.

by Christian Peritore

Promo video I did for a client.

© 2019 by Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore

Promo video I did for a client.

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© 2019 by Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore

Promo video I did for a client.

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© 2019 by Christian Peritore

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© 2016 Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore
Our Endless Mktg Grp Intro Video

© 2016 Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore
My latest artsy-fartsy concept video.

© 2016 Christian Peritore
[Test project for software study. Not for commercial or profit.]

by Christian Peritore

Promo video I did for a client.

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© 2016 by Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore

Promo video I did for a client.

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© 2016 by Christian Peritore

by Christian Peritore


© 2015 Christian Peritore

[Test project for software study. Not for commercial or profit.]

by Christian Peritore


© 2015 Christian Peritore

[Test project for software study. Not for commercial or profit.]

by Christian Peritore

I created this video for a partner company.



© 2015 by Christian Peritore for Artificial Communication

by Christian Peritore

I created this video for a partner company.



© 2015 by Christian Peritore for Artificial Communication

by Christian Peritore


© 2015 Christian Peritore

[Test project for software study. Not for commercial or profit.]
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