As we’re all familiar with the architectural visualization process, I’ll mention that in the early stages of his project, Artur utilized the PureRef software to collate images and draw inspiration, settling on a dynamic urban setting that features a river reflecting the surrounding architecture. Transitioning from ideation to creation, he crafted a preliminary architectural model in Blender. Artur then enriched the model with essential elements and add-ons, notably E-Cycles and Poliigon assets, establishing green zones and the desired urban backdrop.
Regarding the availability of 3d people for the software, by working in architectural visualization, in Blender particularly, I noticed some kinds of software called add-ons for Blender that add functionality. Still, there was no add-on for 3d people, and if you wanted to have accurate 3d models of people in your projects, you would have to download the 3d people from, you know, the 3d people providers out there.
I stumbled upon the Reallusion some time ago, And I noticed that they have some excellent options for customization. It works well with Blender, and Loading it up to the software is effortless. So I just give it a go. And it is pretty good.