Above video is very well suited to a screencast because it is a fairly linear progression or series of steps. However, I don’t think it would work for a ‘making of’ which really needs the artist’s voice and is often best captured with text/images. Anninos made this short screencast of his interior 3d render post processing workflow in Photoshop. No audio on this one – but it is very easy to follow.
In this post, we revealed the best visualization of Ant-house by mA-style architects. For suiting the cost, they drew simple rectangle without any daring idea on the ground. They sat up panels along the line. They lined kitchen, washroom, desk and storage shelfs. You can feel the moonlight and also hear the the sining of insects in the night time. Continue reading “Ant-house by MA-Style Architects”
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”
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.
In this post, I am going to revealing some wonderful work on a set of renderings which I saw on web. The images of Interior furniture used from pPremium3Dmodels.com and for the exterior light setup I have used one of Peter Guthrie’s hdri (0743).
If you like this post then I look forward to hearig your comments. Continue reading “Premium 3D Models in Action”
Awards Presentation, Wine Reception & Lecture
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Tuesday, November 13th – 6:00pm
Dallas Center for Architecture
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Andrew Tanielian, Emmy winning video journalist and entertainment host for NDB 5 Dallas-Fort Worth.
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$15 General Admission
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Here you are welcome to see the pictures of Shophouse designed by FARM. This looks like a super cool house to live in but called with the name of Shopshouse. You could see the wonderful artwork playing with tiles, bricks, wood and water. The image courtesy is Jeremy San. Original post is at The Pool Shophouse. Continue reading “Showcase of Pool Shophouse by FARM”
Here in this post we are sharing the brilliant making of House in Altentejo by Portuguese artist Sérgio Merêces. He is a 3D architectural visualization artist and started his career in 2003 as a generalist 3D artist in a video game company. In 2009, he get started his work as an Arch-viz artist until day. For this project, he was inspired by real pictures, so after a lot of research he got inspiration for lighting, vegetation and materials. In this article you can find out some wonderful tips from this project which he did for a client. Continue reading “Making of House in Alentejo”
The architectonic design is un’ generation art, the models, the concepts and of the information on the future construction. By using the architectonic designs you can observe your future inner designs using the models dell’ inner 3D. You can such sights inner elements like the colors of the wall the structures and the design of in reality virtual pavement. You can visualize your architecture design concepts and ideas with clarity and analyze its strengths and weaknesses competently. Flaws can then be easily removed and your designs made perfect. 3D architectural modeling has become a necessary part of almost all commercial as well as residential architecture projects.