Thanks a lot for the interview, this blog is helping me immensely! Hoping to see more great stuff in the future. Cheers!
creating a photo real image of Architecture might be easy but giving it a soul of its own is damn hard. and not everybody can do it . No matter how advance technology becomes . Art is Patience plus observation . All technical tools r just means to achieve the end result.
@prakkyy Couldn't agree more ;) It is clearly what you bring to the table as an artist rather than the technical skills you poses.
Your firm has always been the most inspiring above all archviz companies. Each illustration has a soul and a unique feel... i dare to say these are art pieces. Great work, and amazingly interesting interview
Great interview Ronen! You've asked 'em exactly what I wanted to know... seriously, what a great read! Luxigon should be next...
Amazing stuff. Truly inspirational. Thanx ronen for this post.
and thank you Trond, for allowing us a peak into your bussiness. Beautifull stuff.
really realllyy inspiring....arte factory lab studio based in france its very interesting too.I havent seen and article about that here.. greetings from mexico..
muchos saludos ronen!
Inspiring images, great points in the reading. Instructive.
@pixel: Same issue here, I'm always asked to put blue skyes :)
Great interview, nice the hear from top notch pros of the industry. I want clients that agree on thoses skies !! Everytime I put one of these, I'm asked to switch for a blue one :(
I agree with Ronen - MIR is one of the most imaginary visualisation companies out there. They are doing an outstanding job, making great imagery. And you Ronen are doing an outstanding job bringing us closer to guys like them. Thank you for the opportunity!
Very inspiring images. Great interview. High level reading.
Thanks to Trond and to Ronen.
Btw, this blog is rapidly becoming my preferred source for reading about the Archviz industry.
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