Wednesday, May 25th, 2022 by Arnaldo Morales
What impact light can have on an architectural visualization will be shown in this Making-of by Arnaldo Morales. He experimented with lighting and shows you the differences of the same place during daytime and nighttime. Arnaldo gives exact instructions, on how he created the different moods and you will be amazed by the new look he created for an existing archviz project.
Hello Arnaldo, it's great to have you here with us and we are excited to hear what you have to say about the creation of 'Modern Flat'.
Friday, May 20th, 2022 by Julian Karsunky
There are countless reasons people start their own business: a more flexible schedule, full financial and creative control, the ambition to make a name for themselves. When Brazilian architect and 3D artist Gustavo Görgen joined forces with his friends Marina Capalonga and Eduardo Possamai to found Do Studio in 2019, he was above all driven by the wish to be part of something bigger than himself – a common goal, a shared vision, and the belief that collective efforts surpass individual ones.
We sat down with Do Studio's three founders to discuss their joint venture and deep dived into one of their most recent projects, the 'Edificio Varandas'.
Wednesday, May 11th, 2022 by Robin Walker
A huge fascination for statues and busts were the starting point for this awesome architectural visualization, which turned out to be so much more. The mysterious 'Black Neoclassical' was created by Robin Walker, who is a passionate 3D artist.
Let's welcome Robin and hear what he has to say about the creation of his 'Black Neoclassical'.
Monday, May 2nd, 2022 by Julian Karsunky
The world of architectural visualization is a never-ending source of delight, exploring and developing space in everchanging configurations. This month, Piotr Kostyła invites us to his 'Winter Garden' to play a relaxing game of chess or simply admire the lush greenery in a cozy rocking chair. His most recent personal project has already earned him significant recognition as well as numerous accolades, and we are more than happy to join the club and feature Piotr as our May 2022 3D Artist of the Month!
Join us in the winter garden as we trace the origins of the project back to fond childhood memories, take a closer look at the development process, and discuss the Polish CG community.
Wednesday, April 27th, 2022 by Notoo Studio
The team at notooSTUDIO shares one of their coolest projects with us. Visualizing for '41zero42' was more than visualizing ceramic walls and floors, bringing to life a product designed to give movement to the surfaces with a static image takes a lot of experience and knowledge.
Let's hear more about how they made this project a visual masterpiece.
Wednesday, April 13th, 2022 by Alvina Kravets
Natural colors, minimalistic design, and active textures make this visualization the perfect eye candy. Alvina Kravets, interior designer, and 3D visualizer gives us some awesome lighting, camera angles, and rendering tricks that can take your work to another level.
Let's hear more from Alvina herself.
Friday, April 1st, 2022 by Julian Karsunky
No April Fools: We are thrilled to name Ruming Cao as our April 2022 3D Artist of the Month! The Chinese archviz artist and instructor wowed us with his 'Foggy Interior', a calm and cozy living room scene filled with impressively detailed paraphernalia. An autodidact turned instructor, Ruming strives to improve with every project. Learn more about Ruming and his work in our article.
Wednesday, March 30th, 2022 by Taha Estabar
Taha Estabar sheds some light on how the use of creative techniques like the use of alternative camera lenses and 2D people can make your project different and refreshing. He tells us the story of how his client was more than pleased to receive the visualization of his home with a fresh perspective.
Let's hear some of Taha's tips.
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022 by Robert Rocha
Robert Rocha, a student of Ander Alencar's 'Oficina 3D Training' course, talks to us about his work on a minimalist apartment project called 'Living Neutral Palette'. With the use of simple spaces and minimalist decoration, he uses wood, travertine, and exemplary use of exterior light to create a beautiful and warm atmosphere.
Let's get some tips from Robert himself.