Dive into the process of visualizing an office space with Walk The Room, as they take us through their steps with the making Rotterdam Office.
The making of WeXo by Sonny Holmberg, lead in-house visualization artist at Henning Larsen in Copenhagen. Follow Sonny as he describes the process of making two images showcasing this new Innovation Hub in Växjö, Sweden. Primarily created with 3dsmax, V-Ray, and Photoshop.
Always curious about implementing VR in ArchViz, I found a great article on Allegorithmic’s blog by Mirko Vescio from Oneiroes featuring the use of Unity. I kindly asked him if he can dive a bit deeper into the process, and that he did. The project covered in this article actually features a collaboration with Unity to showcase their HDRP (High Definition Render Pipeline) through a virtual walkthrough of their newly opened London office, designed and built by M Moser Associates.
David Males takes us behind the scenes of the EARTH-SHELTERED Villa, diving deep into his process and thoughts from start to finish as he uses SketchUp, 3dsmax and Corona Renderer as his main tools of choice. Enjoy!
With a new edition of the Tomorrow Challenge coming up very soon! I’m looking back at this great article… following Mohit Sanchaniya entry to the first Tomorrow 2017 Challenge, which awarded him the Runner-up position and a job at the Tomorrow Studio, he shares the process of making 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!
With winter hitting hard this week and X-Mas time coming up soon, let’s look back at some of the “snowy” making-of articles on the blog! I found the Nordic House visuals by Héctor Javier Diez Valladares during my routine browse on Behance. My eye landed on it rather quickly and I could understand perfectly why it won first place in the First Latin-American CG Contest it was intended for. With snow being a rare treat for me I’m always drawn to such images, and this one had a great feel to it and so I wanted to know more and this article came to be. Enjoy!