RailClone2 is being released today by iToo Software, the makers of Forest Pack. It is a completely revamped version of the plugin, introducing a new approach to parametric modeling in architectural visualization. Celebrating this release in collaboration with IToo Software, I’m happy to offer all my followers a 20% discount coupon for one week only… starting now.Read More Post a comment (0)
Vasilis Koutlis from studio xDream3D, recently shared on the forums their work on the Giannitsa House Interiors which I really liked – specifically, the one shown up above for the composition, material work and lighting. I asked Vasilis to share with us some insight about the process of making this scene and this making of was born. Enjoy!Read More Post a comment (0)
Here’s the continuation to Scott Baumberger‘s Non-Photorealistic Rendering (NPR) Approach to Architectural Visualization workflow article. In the previous article, Scott explained the process of making the ‘Viking Pavilion’ dusk exterior. This time he dives into the making of the ‘Viking Pavilion’ Interior, showing a basketball game at daytime.Read More Post a comment (0)
The Hurst House by John Pardey Architects + Ström Architects is simple, clean and beautiful. That hovering box thing has been done and redone so many times, but I like it – it works… and looks great at night (if you’re not too shy)! This set of photos is great reference for stone and wood facade cladding and as it happens – this house has severed as inspiration for the BEST Visualization of WEEK No. 17 by lichtecht, who offered it in concrete.Read More Post a comment (0)
You can never have enough 3d trees & plants. Keeping your scenes greenies nice and fresh is important, so here’s a little heads up –
April is almost up and you have 1-2 days left due to my previous heads up, demand was such Xfrog granted an extra full month to take advantage of the 50% discount on all Xfrog’s products. XfrogPlants are realistic, highly detailed, fully textured 3D trees, shrubs, and flowers, carefully modeled with the Xfrog procedural software. You have 600 species available in libraries or as individual species… just have your pick.
Mário Nogueira follows up with one more great share of 48 Old White Wood Planks Textures that you can use in your own scenes with the help of FloorGenerator + MultiTexture maps or MightyTiles. The set has 48 JPG’s (for Diffuse, Bump and Normals) at 3607×186 pixels size, representing a plank size of 480x20cm.Read More Post a comment (0)