Here’s the continuation to Scott Baumberger‘s Non-Photorealistic Rendering (NPR) Approach to Architectural Visualization workflow article. In the previous article, Scott explained the process of making the ‘Viking Pavilion’ dusk exterior. This time he dives into the making of the ‘Viking Pavilion’ Interior, showing a basketball game at daytime.
Here’s the continuation to Scott Baumberger‘s Non-Photorealistic Rendering (NPR) Approach to Architectural Visualization workflow article. This time he dives in, with great detail, into the process of making the ‘Viking Pavilion’ Exterior Dusk Image. Enjoy, and stay tuned for the next part!
Pushing on with the exploration of the various workflows in Architectural Visualization, I’m presenting you today with the NPR – Non-Photorealistic Rendering approach as made by Scott Baumberger. More along the lines of what Rafal Barnas showcased in A Unique Approach to Architectural Visualization, in terms of how much Photoshop is being used vs. actual 3d rendering, but specifically aimed at recreating the look & feel of traditional watercolor paintings (and other forms too)… just using digital tools to do so. NPR is more about expressive styles in visualization, distancing itself from photorealism.
Continuing the exploration of NPR techniques of Architectural Visualization like Hybrid 2D/3D Digital Water Color Paintings, I bring you Scott Baumberger’s making of process of the main entrance to a large new aquarium in downtown Toronto, Canada. I’ve featured Scott’s work before in a roundup of several ‘Digital Watercolor’ breakdown videos he made that captivated my attention. Those, along with Les Chylinski’s 2D/3D Hybrid Workflow roundup and Jeremy Kay’s latest making of Urban Plaza and the feedback it got has led me to feature this article by Scott, a precursor of several more to come. Enjoy!