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Combine architecture rendering with hand drawn sketch effect

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Tutorial Merge Architecture Illustration and Hand Sketch

This time we like to share with you  a beginners tutorial from Megan about merging a sketch effect with your architecture rendering of an interior scenery. Enjoy it!

With growing impact of technology architectural renderings have become increasingly digital. This transition has been positive as it can save time and provide an increasingly realistic view of a final product. With all of the benefits of digital rendering, hand rendering is becoming a lost art.   Read more →

Post Production of 3D Architectural Rendering with Trees and People Entourage – Gimp Tutorial

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This Gimp tutorial about architectural visualization was created by Janedo. Enjoy it!   Read more →

Update: “Open ArchiVIZ pack” 1.1 now with Cutout Plants

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The “Open ArchiVIZ pack” goes down well! That’s reason enough for us to come up with a smaller update. We always wanted to add more free architectural entourage, textures and graphics so look forward to this update.   Read more →

Promotion Week with Free Download and Special Offer

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We have added four new collections with cutout plants to our product portfolio. Therefore we want to celebrate this launch with you from January 26th – 30th, 2015 with a nice free download of 16 cutout plants (commercial use allowed) PLUS some unbeatable special bundles with nice discount – only this week!

Check it out:

http://www.tonytextures.com/cutout-plants-for-architectural-visualization/

7 Books That Showcase Architectural Illustration

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In this article Peter shares some interesting book recommendations when it comes to architectural illustration. Enjoy the article:

As architects, designers, drafters and bloggers, it is important that we constantly bombard ourselves with a wide variety of old and new visual communication techniques in order to stay on the frontier of design visualization. A strong concept or idea is nothing without the means to explain it to the lowest common denominator (as oftentimes your clients will be).   Read more →