Storrington court

We had the pleasure to work with White Red Architects and create an image for their developing design for a new community South of London. This is a redeveloping an industrial site into a new community of mews houses, townhouses and flats. A range of densities have been considered as the design has developed with the buildings organised around courtyard spaces at the heart of the development.

We also want to announce that we launched a new resource CYLIND.SPACE – a library of cutout content for architectural visualizers. Our team worked on it for nine long months.
The site is live now and waiting for you here https://www.cylind.space.
By the way there you can free download a cyclist cutout that you see in the image and also half-a-hundred free cutouts:) Check it out!

Storrington court

We had the pleasure to work with White Red Architects and create an image for their developing design for a new community South of London. This is a redeveloping an industrial site into a new community of mews houses, townhouses and flats. A range of densities have been considered as the design has developed with the buildings organised around courtyard spaces at the heart of the development.

We also want to announce that we launched a new resource CYLIND.SPACE – a library of cutout content for architectural visualizers. Our team worked on it for nine long months.
The site is live now and waiting for you here https://www.cylind.space.
By the way there you can free download a cyclist cutout that you see in the image and also half-a-hundred free cutouts:) Check it out!

Zenith

If you grew up with the American dream and wondered how it is to live in Manhattan, but didn’t save enough money for it, no problem. You can always build your space in 3D and let CGI help you build your dreams.
For free. Check it out full-res here:

https://www.behance.net/gallery/83017809/Zenith-CGI

Rainy Night

One of my last works in QOO Studio.
The all object in this scene was modeling. (except Trees, Cars & Peoples)
I done this work for “2019 Architectural 3D Awards”.
My Reference was an amazing photo.

Happines comes in The Waves

I am mostly working more in 3dsmax and less in photoshop, in most of my projects

but I try to work more in photoshop this time, so I render a villa with a plane and try to create a scene in photoshop, this is the first time I have done something like this, I am continuously trying to improve my photoshop skills, so hope you like it

3 Seasons

Wanted to create an large area with as much 3D elements as possible using Forest Pack and 3D scanned objects. I also wanted to explore how depth changes in different lighting and weather setups.

At the end I painted some more elements and depth to finish it off.