The Trojan House by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects was first posted on the blog in the inspiration section, and later followed by a Render vs. Photo of the Trojan House post based on Christian Behrendt’s personal rendering project. I now publish his making of Trojan House using Cinema 4D (C4D) and V-Ray for Cinema4D. Enjoy!
Toni created the House K images, that were posted on the forums not long ago, as part of his final project during his studies at FX ANIMATION school in Barcelona, Spain. Toni selected a great house design by 3LHD Architects, Architects that were previously visited by Javier Pintor in his Bathroom at House N tutorial. Follow along as Toni describes his process in making his renders using AutoCAD, 3D Studio Max, VRay, Photoshop and the Magic Bullet Photo Looks plugin.
The 5th runner-up winning entry of the HOVER architectural visualization challenge by Julio Cayetano introduced hovering in space and time. Julio went for a Freeze Motion Photography style and stopped the storm rain drops in mid-air. Follow along as he describes his process using Maya, RealFlow, Mudbox and VRay. I hope you’ll enjoy this article, learn from it and share your thoughts by commenting at the bottom of this tutorial page.
Omar Estevez wanted to help new V-Ray for SketchUP users to learn some basic V-Ray skills, so he created a series of tutorials that explain the complete rendering process from start to finish. The videos are divided into three major categories, Illumination, Materials, and Post Production, with ten videos total. Enjoy!