Tav Shande is a technical artist with experience in the games industry working at EA, Crytek, & Activision on titles such as DeadSpace, Crysis 2, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, MW3, WWII & more. The Vipp Shelter UE4 VR environment is a spare time project Tav did try out new software and techniques. Inspired by the clean architectural and surrounding nature, this is the making of this project, sharing workflow, techniques, and thoughts that went into the creation of the scene. Enjoy!
Today I’m happy to share with you the Making of Best of Week 18/2017 – “The Oak Pass House” by Ján Morek. This one is unique, being an amazing recreation of the house and done fully in Blender, using blender tools, plugins, and scripts. Furniture aside, all was made by Ján, and so represents what one can do in the Blender ecosystem.
Making of a recently completed set of images for a private villa designed by mw|works. Situated in a breathtaking environment, this was a challenging but very exciting project to take on and here we describe our process with Cinema 4D and V-Ray as our main tools of the trade.
Today I’m sharing another blender tutorial by Lech from chocofur.com. This time the focus is on modeling with Blender based on a photo, or photos. I’m familiar with this method in SketchUp. Never tried this in 3dsmax, and I think for all of you pondering about Blender, this is interesting. Let me know what you think?
Following Mohit Sanchaniya entry to the Tomorrow 2017 Challenge, which awarded him the Runner-up position and a job at the Tomorrow Studio, he now shares the making process of his winning entry. Mohit showcases high levels of realism in this recreation of Tham & Videgård Arkitekter’s Kalmar Art Museum using 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, GrowFX and Forest Pack. Enjoy!
Blender is getting more attention recently, with Lasse Rode’s Blender & Corona Renderer study as well as some great visuals are being shared by artists using it along with the Cycles render engine. Jonatan Mercado shared his painting to 3d conversion personal work called “Simon’s House” in the showcase section, and today he also shares his process of doing so. Let’s blend things up!