I’m usually sharing these mini tuts by iToo Software but pay special attention to this one… The usage showcased here is not something you would normally link with RailClone. This new RailClone tips and tricks episode and preset that comes with it illustrate how the plugin can be used to help quickly populate and iterate interiors. Specifically, the kitchen. You will learn how to make a flexible and reusable kitchen cupboard style that incorporates adjustable worktops, plinths, cabinets, doors, and handles. Enjoy!
iToo Software have released a new tips and tricks episode that introduces Forest Effects, a feature introduced in Forest Pack 5 that allows users to extend the functionality of Forest Pack using expressions. In this tutorial they focus on the fundamentals, including using the bundled samples as well as how to import, organise and use effects from 3rd parties.
David Santos is no stranger to the blog, with a very popular article already posted before – The Making of Lake Lugano House. Today he is sharing the process behind making the Sarmiento Museum project in his studio. To recreate this National Historic Monument in the northern suburb of Buenos Aires, Argentina, David and his team used SketchUp, V-Ray for SketchUp and the new Skatter Plugin for SketchUp for scattering all the vegetation in the scene. Follow David in this article as he takes us from start to finish on this one. Enjoy!
There’s lots coming from AXYZ this month (with more to come it seems). They released a beautiful new collection of 3D characters inspired by Le Corbusier´s Modulor. The 3rd chapter about the benefits of using 3d people is out and we are going to do a little image competition with you… so get on board!
Wittaya Wangpuk won best of week 41/2015 with this incredible photo-real 3d recreation of House Gepo by Open Y Office. Wittaya did not try to recreate it 100% like the original, but it sure has the overall look and feel as well as the photographic feel to it. He followed almost every real shot that was made for this house, and today I’m happy to share the making-of this scene. Enjoy!
Phil Buerer is not stranger here, with two best of week awards (BOW 22/2014 and BOW 33/2014) and two articles published as well! Today I’m very happy to publish his third article about the making-of Villa Lanaras. He recreates an already built project, as he usually likes to do from photos. Just a single photo this time. This house was designed by architect Nicos Valsamakis at Anavyssos back in 1963. Cinema 4d, V-Ray for Cinema 4d and Photoshop are the main tools used in this project. Enjoy!
- Best of Week 33/2016 – Japanese Rainshowers by stuurloosAugust 20, 2016 - 18:31
- Best of Week 32/2016 – Yale Center by Bertrand BenoitAugust 13, 2016 - 18:20
- Best of Week 31/2016 – “Project Soane” by archirostAugust 7, 2016 - 18:06
- Best of Week 30/2016 -Arvia Apartments by SO-ON ArchVizJuly 31, 2016 - 17:54
- Best of Week 29/2016 – Aurelios Chapel by metrocubicodigitalJuly 24, 2016 - 16:02
Have no fear of perfection – you’ll never reach it.
— Salvador Dali