I wanted to recreate an atmosphere of peace with a contemporary architecture within a natural landscape.
This is my fist exterior project with FStorm Render.
Restrained, austere, dry architecture sometimes best tries on “orthogonal” man with his natural surroundings. No simulation or pretense, only straight lines and symmetry. Pure geometry in an honest alliance with the unique world of forms.
We want to present our latest personal work from the architects McLaren Excell.
Its a minimalistic victorian terraced house in Shepherd’s Bush.
Our main focus was to reproduce the original photographs and to practice our overall abilities. Everything was modeled with 3dsMax and rendered with Corona Renderer because it is perfect for this kind of interior scene.
It was important to keep the simple and beautiful atmosphere of this building.
Black&Bricks done by using Corona renderer. It is my first exterior experience with Corona Renderer and i must say it is pretty amazing render engine.
Almost everything in this building was done is Railclone. I just bought it so I wanted to play with the new toy.
All the pillars, bolts, siding and the fence are RC.
I did the red bark trees which are typically from here but I still have a lot to learn on GrowFX.
The scene illumination is just a V-Ray Sun and Sky.
Our latest 2016 project is apartment complex “Smolnaya 44” visualization. This is a new Moscow residential quarter that is being built in the proximity of Rechnoy Vokzal district. Unlike many other designs for architectural concepts and complexes under development, the images for this project were developed simultaneously with the start of the advertising campaign. That’s why we didn’t have to wait for over half a year and keep the images secret.
We were asked to render the autumn images to show the golden autumn with puddles, the colorful foliage and bright people. It was a great pleasure to work on this style. We filled the visualization with the people under umbrellas and children in rubber boots, the part of the unique and wonderful time when it’s still warm but the trees are already brightly colored. We tried to show the surface and texture of the beautiful clinker bricks, chosen by the developer for coating the buildings, the glass quality and well-planned pavement and landscaping. Due to the form and the finishing of the buildings, the residential complex seamlessly fits into the general picture of the city and its architecture doesn’t stand out from the general “puzzle” but highlights the beauty of the surroundings.