MARCH are no strangers to the blog, with two articles already posted and among my favorite ones – 15 Renwick & 12 Warren Case Studies. Today I’m happy to post yet another fantastic Case Study for their recently released work on 34 Prince Street, a development located in the former St. Patrick’s Cathedral School in the heart of Nolita, NYC. Interesting seeing the visualization over time approach. Enjoy!
This is a substantial update to an already great tool! Now with more powerful tools to extend RailClone functionality, speed, and usability. May the clone wars begin!
We have a Winner! Well… winners. The CROWDED miniCHALLENGE#05 with Anima Lite by AXYZ Design closed last week and today I’m very happy to announce the winning entries. Congratulations to Strahinja Drazic for winning First Place with “Inspired by Amsterdam”! Check out the other winners, selected by the jury panel for this challenge which featured: Roberto Cepp De Rose, Sergio Mereces, Javier Leon, Mike McCarthy, Victor Feliz, Diego Gadler and yours truly!
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?
Today we begin the 5th miniCHALLENGE. Crowded is focusing on the implementation of 3d Scanned People Assets in Still Images, specifically with AXYZ Design’s Anima crowd management software. Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to showcase a crowded urban scenario be it outside or inside while leveraging Anima capabilities as you populate the scene. You can either create things from scratch or reuse projects you already made that fit with the Crowded theme. miniCHALLENGE#05 will run 30 days right here on the blog on the dedicated challenge section with €3,000 EUR CASH PRIZE + Software and Content for the Winners. Good Luck!