This Friday is Black Friday. Doesn’t sound that good you might say… well, it is said the name originated from the heavy pedestrian and vehicle traffic occurring on the day after Thanksgiving – coloring the streets black. Later an alternative explanation suggested that this day marked the transition to profit and thus starting to write numbers in the books with black ink instead of negative red. Which ever way it was – It is a chance for you to get good deals… And this is exactly what I will try to gather for you here.Read More Post a comment (0)
Things slow down during August. Most of you are probably out vacationing and I wish you all the best and lots of fun. August also marks the birth of this blog – This day 4 years ago to be exact! The blog kept growing and gaining momentum in the past year with the Facebook Fan Page passing the 25,000 mark this week. I plan to keep the momentum going strong, hoping I can celebrate many more such birthdays for this blog and keep providing you all the best place to find information, share & learn about Architectural Visualization.Read More Post a comment (0)
We all seem to know what those 3D’s stand for, right? but what about our clients… Do they know what Do we Do when we offer our 3D Rendering Services to them?
Lets explore that topic a bit…Read More Post a comment (0)
Don’t be shy to tell, and be honest! What is your Archviz Skill Level? I’d like to offer the right stuff for you (and give you a small gift too).Read More Post a comment (17)
What a RIDE 2011 was! I began the year, summing up the second architectural visualization challenge – HOVER, that ended in November 2010. The winners making-of articles were being posted one by one and I also posted about the 12 most favorite articles of 2010 that had been published on the blog…Read More Post a comment (3)
When everybody Zig, you should Zag. WACOM just did that with Inkling!!! A pressure sensitive pen that will transform regular paper into a digital one, a tablet if you will. This is a mind-blowing development and so much in tune with what WACOM stands for and strives to do the best, and that is to get the most life like experience of drawing on real paper.Read More Post a comment (21)