This post reveals the most amazing 3d recreations of a house designed by master modernist architect Mies van der Rohe – Villa Tugendhat. This is not something you want to miss out, Lasse Rode form studio xoio posted on the forums. To test colour-mapping and GrowFX tree creation among other things, done as a personal project over the past few weeks. It is a great joy to see it recreated like that in 3D, hopefully you like the photos and share your words in comments box. Continue reading “Villa Tugendhat 3D Recreation by Lasse Rode”
Guillaume Favre is 31 years old French 3d artist. He changed orientation towards 3D graphics, after a degree in Product Design. He learned it all by himself. He launched his freelance business, after more than seven years of experience in an agency. The Original design and realized of this house by Choi Ropiha Fighera architecture studio which inspired Guillaume, which he picked up for personal project. With generous use of wood, this is the great contemporary design. He loves to create designs of wood work in 3d, check out the stylistic photos of his project. Continue reading “The Narrabeen House by Guillaume Favre”
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”
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”
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 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.
In this post, I am going to share inspirational 3d visualization of AXA STADIUM in Braga, Portugal which I saw on the thisis3d.com. The name of architect is Eduardo Souto Moura. It was built in 2003, with the capacity of 30,286 seats. The stadium is also known as A Pedreira (The Quarry), as it is carved into the face of the adjacent Monte Castro quarry. Check out the rendering images of this stadium and drops your comments.
I am sharing with you the inspirational scene, with this amazing scene you will be able to create a wonderful and realistic artificial or Night Lighting Space with 3ds Max and Vray. Rendering realistic images using artificial lighting is a tricky process. This process based on creativity and worthy reverences. This will help you to making use of photometric lights with ies profile, Vray light material, different type of lighting physicals camera and many more. Continue reading “Artificial Night Lighting Interior Scene + Bonus Tutorial in PDF”
Hotel-Museum in Timanfaya
Here in this post we compelled the quality images from ANTatelier. ANTatelier are a business made up of architecture, photography and image professionals. Their aim is to giving their best to fulfill the customer’s needs. And also provide ideas for our costumer businesses that are always ahead of the competition. Find out the wonderful rendering architectural visualizations for your inspiration.
Surf School in Biarritz, France
House-Workshop for a Stone craftsman
House in the desert
There are many wonderful 3d visuals which I have seen being made with Cinema4D + VRayForC4D, and this is one of the fantastic examples of 3d visuals by Mouton Burger. He is a freelance 3D artist and nowadays living foothills of the picturesque Kammanassie Mountains in the Western Cape, South Africa. At the age of 16, he started 3D rendering. For the last 5 years, he’s been doing visualization work for MCP Architecture. He also has solid background knowledge of architecture. Hopefully, you enjoy his wonderful work. Continue reading “House Roces By Mouton Burger”