Here we have inspirational pill for our readers. In this post, we revealed the best architectural visualization tutorial. These tutorials are superb and have great composition but all are incredibly breathtaking. Architecture visualization is a very challenging field that requires mastery of a variety of areas. It not only requires some knowledge of civil engineering principles, but also understanding of architecture design, on top of the software requirements. If you like this post, then don’t be hesitate to share your ideas in comment box. Continue reading “Breathtaking Architectural Visualization Tutorials”
In this post, I am going to reveal the Museum competition rendered by Bertrand and this competition was organized by Ronen Bekerman. The competition has now closed. According to Bertrand, “It was a lot of fun working with Maxwell. I had always thought of Maxwell as an ideal tool for product visualisation and small-scale scenes and had not expected it to perform so pleasantly (and so fast) on such large scale environments”. Continue reading “Museum Competition Renders From Bertrand”
The renders of this house is pretty much inspiration for our readers. As usual, modelled in 3ds Max and rendered in Vray. While the landscape is about 75 per cent there, but the house itself (inspired by the Graticule House by David Jameson Architects) is pretty much how it should be. The scene was used as a test environment for GrowFX trees (all of them are) and as a display cabinet for recent furniture models, which, as always. Check out the renders given below.
In this post, I am going to represent in front of you the beautiful artwork of Amir -H Qashqai-P. Amir is 3D artist and belongs from Tehran, Iran. He did most of the work in Vray and 3D Max. Let’s check out the photos given below and drop your comments. Continue reading “Rendering Visualization by Amir -H Qashqai-P”
Here we have wonderful rendered photos from the latest Octane Render Competition. Octane for 3ds Max is a quite well integrated version of the render, but The Integration doesn’t yet support all the functionality of max but is definitely as easy to use as Maxwell. It removes the need to export geometry to Octane for rendering. Let’s find out the photos given below, and if you like this post then must spread your words in comment box. Continue reading “Massive Rendered Octane Corners”
In this tutorial we show you the process of making a classic kitchen, beginning with component modelling through applying textures and ending with lighting and Vray setup. Modelling was done with 3d Studio Max 2009 and rendered with Vray 1.5SP5. Let’s find out the photos given below. Continue reading “Making of Classic Kitchen”
In this post, we have some wonderful renders by 3D artist and interior designer, Dimitar Gongalov from Sofia, Bulgaria. He completed his study in Landscape architect, but his passion always was architecture and interior design. Dimitar said,”My goal is to recreate in unique way your park or garden with all kinds of plants as they were in dendrology project in 3d format when it comes to designing the environment.”He was interested in minimal design, clean forms and colors in architecture and interior design. Continue reading “Classic Interior Design By Dimitar Gongalov”
Here is an offer for our readers this time as a premium download this Realistic Scene with no external lighting source, just indoor artificial source, this scene is complete lighting from indoor Physical IES Lights, and it is for both – MENTAL RAY AND VRAY, also you have these nice 3d realistic models with real shaders and high resolution textures maps, get this one and check how to lighting your night projects without any external lighting source and get the realism that you are looking for. Continue reading “Download Night Lighting Mental Ray & V-Ray Version Scene”
Rendering is now becoming more accessible due to more technology and architectural visualization is growing rapidly between the people.During the last few years, the quality level of architectural renderings has dramatically increased. Nowadays one has to go to great length if extreme photorealism is the main focus. Here, we have compiled the 15 best rendering that must be consider original. Some of these are in great composition, others use a wonderful chromatic palette, but all of them are to be considered great art, not only commercial work. Check out the pictures and drop your words in comments box. Continue reading “15 Architectural Renderings that Stand Out From the Crowd”
In this post we revealed the wonderful work of Peter Oldorf. Peter studied graphics design in Rostock, Germany. He started his career with 3d and working for the lichtecht company in Hamburg, about 5 years ago. He learned techniques in texturing, animation, 3d modeling, simulation and architecture.
Peter and his team are working with makes this renders in with 3ds max and Photoshop and after effects next to hundreds of plug-ins and little helpers. You can see the final renders photos of this project using all that. Continue reading “3D Renderings of Tomczak House”
Here, we have the tutorial “Making of in Cross-Line” by supardiyono. He inspired from Viscorbel and Simonhc. 3ds max 2012; V-ray_2.00.03 and Photoshop are the software used in this tutorial. Continue reading “Making of in Cross-Line by Supardiyono”
In this post, we are revealing the collection of inspirational renderings to improve your skills and you would be able to choose your career path. A “classic” sunny afternoon rendering may not be enough to make you stand out from the world, nowadays with the competition in the architectural visualization industry being so steep. People tried many approaches, one of them being a “wet look” rendering. In many cases, “wet look” may be a good solution even for commercial work; this tends to bring a more dramatic feel to an architectural illustration. Just check out the set of fantastic “wet look” renderings given below.