In this tutorial we will give you some insights regarding the architectural visualization post production process in Photoshop based on a rendering we made with 3d Studio MAX and Vray. In particular we use a special technique based on certain render elements like VrayRawShadows, VrayWireColor, VrayExtraTex, to speed up the work in Photoshop. We mainly use our tonytextures architectural entourage and show you where to get e.g. the free downloads so you can learn how to work with our graphics the best way – so lets get started!
In this tutorial Julien will breakdown her workflow how to create an appealing architecture site or master plan illustration in Photoshop based on an imported cad drawing. She will show how to smartly apply textures in a way that is dynamic, realistic and most importantly improve the workflow speed! In other words: She will try to get a nice result with reasonable effort – enjoy it! [Read more…] about How to Create an Architecture Site Plan Rendering in Photoshop
In this tutorial we want to show you how to render a photo-realilstic interior scenery with Corona Renderer and 3ds MAX. Lightning is always crutial when it comes to architecture visualization and especially for interior design the lightning can make the difference. The intersting part here is that we had professional photographs of a private residence where we have also been involved in the design process and now tried afterwards to model and render like the photograph 😉
So it is really a nice case study to get the most out of the rendering skills and compare it to the realistic photos made by professionals! So without further ado – hope you enjoy it: [Read more…] about 3DS MAX + Corona Tutorial: Architecture Rendering vs. Photo
How to create a rainy mood in Photoshop?
Architectural visualization should awake emotions so it is quite imporant to create the right atmosphere in your rendering! Typically most renderings shows sunny spring weather with light blue sky and perfect green trees. But sometimes you want to stand out or show your architectural design in another mood. In these cases a rainy situation can be an option too! Therefore we want to show you in this tutorial for architects how you can create a rainy mood in Photoshop based on a regular daytime rendering.
Creating a rainy mood for your scene can be tricky, and it takes a lot of time and experience to achieve good results (i.e. in 3dsmax-vray). Therefore we want to show you an easier way to convert your regular daylight scenes to rainy moods with the help of Photoshop in the post production. [Read more…] about Photoshop Tutorial: How to add rain effect to architectural rendering
Blender is a popular tool for architects and 3D visualizers as well. It is free to use and has powerful features to create compelling animations, visual effects, and (interesting for us 🙂 architectural visualization! Blender is truely the first place to go when you are looking for the most powerful tool which is free to use. [Read more…] about How to use 2D Cutout Trees and People (png) in 3D Blender Architecture Model