Here we go again! CONVERTED – The 9th International Architectural & Design Visualization Challenge in partnership with Substance by Adobe and ASUS as our hardware sponsor started.
Providing VR assets as part of an architectural visualization project is gradually becoming the norm. We’ve seen a few solutions before, and today I’m showcasing a new one by Biganto, called Virtoaster. Exciting features to consider are the overall 3d model explorer (open scale model style) and customizable interactive hotspots.
The “Keep Calm and Travel to Japan” image by Mojtaba Yaghoobi is among the showcase posts that captured the most attention in the past two years! And today, I’m delighted to showcase the making of this fantastic work. Enjoy!
The annual BIG ArchViz BlackFriday to CyberMonday promotion is underway with 35 Partners offering software, plugins, 3d models, textures, materials, rendering power, and more. Expect up to 50% Discounts and sometimes even more running until the end of Monday, November 30th with several promos going on well into (3)December.
Blender is picking up in ArchViz, and I’m looking into it at The Craft as well. Today I’m very happy to share the Making of House 59 by 77 Studio. They took it upon themselves to create this all with Blender & Cycles. Dive in as they describe their process and let’s discuss this on TALK.
I’m always fascinated with recreations of built projects, but even more so with proper integration of 2d people cut-outs into renders. I’m not good at it as I want to be and I’m sure many of you seek more information about how to do this better. I’ve invited Jaime Moreno to share his insight about this topic, seeing his journey with it on the blog’s Facebook Group. Enjoy this Making of Quinta da Comporta.