The source of inspiration for this rendering is from one of Peter Milner’s works. I did a re-make with the same software he used , nxtrender for AutoCAD. I know this software is quite old but with this work i tried to push the limits and to prove that nxtrender, though using an old-generation rendering algorithm can as well produce photo-realistic renderings if all other processes in production are taken care of.
As an artist, for a while i have been drowning in the number of possible options available in the industry today. Then i thought to myself, why not achieve more with less ; since at least success is achieving the most with the available resources.

In nxt render, you dont really need to tweak so many settings to get the desired result. its intuitive and very easy to use.

Terra Cotta / Short Film

“Terra Cotta” a short film by Yauhen Liashchynski.

Thu Bon River, Dien Ban District, Quang Nam Province / Architecture by Tropical Space

It all started as an experimental project of Yauhen Liashchynski in which his experience in architectural visualization played a crucial role. The fusion of his passion for architectural design and computer graphics led to explore the realm of architectural storytelling through the medium of animation film.
The project inspired by its deep connection to the local environment and culture. The use of clay bricks, reminiscent of traditional Vietnamese furnaces, and the integration of local culture spirit create a unique blend of history and modern art. The studio’s design, with its open exterior and wooden frame interior, allows to interact with nature and sunlight, making it a space for creativity and connection.
Terra Cotta studio embodies a harmonious relationship between art, nature, and tradition, which is truly inspiring.

The short CG film not only showcased the building’s aesthetic appeal but also communicated its sustainable and eco-friendly features as a testament to the harmonious union of architecture and context, spreading the message of sustainable design and innovation to a broader audience.

I cordially invite you to explore the full project on my Behance page: