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BLOG - architectural rendering and illustration blog I have talked about portfolio setup in the past but not specifically the workflow. I don’t hide the fact that I prefer to build my layouts in Photoshop. It's what I'm most comfortable with but also what gives me the most flexibility to blend images into one another and really experiment with layouts. I have seen others create their portfolios in Illustrator and InDesign which works too.
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Installing Photoshop Patterns Tutorial Compatibility: Photoshop 7, CS-CS6, CC This tutorial will walk you through how to install and use a Photoshop pattern set. You can find our patterns here. Installing Photoshop Patterns Tutorial
untitled La Maison de Verre Finally a longer post after a few half-hearted attempts. Thanks to a lucky combination of circumstances, I found myself with a bit of time in the past weeks and decided to use it for a slightly larger personal project. After considering and discarding several possible subjects, I had an email exchange with Peter Guthrie who […] Jobs! Pikcells, a well-established visualisation company responsible for some stunning interior work – among many other things – in the past years, has asked me to spread the word on two seriously exciting new management positions for senior CG artists in the US and the UK. For more details visit their website & click through to the […] Grazie Venezia!

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It is great to see design studios offer 3d models of their items like Ukrainian based Design Bureau ODESD2 did a week ago with their entire furniture line of 25 items! They kindly share MAX and OBJ formats along with textures as well as 2d blueprints so that anyone can use them in their projects and visualizations. Enjoy this and make sure you follow them! Read More Creating 3D Grass and Scattering it all over the place inside 3dsmax was featured here plenty, but with V-Ray for SketchUP becoming better and better it can be done inside SU too with great results and little effort as David Brufau showcases in this short how-to.

Ronen Bekerman's 3d Architectural Visualization Blog - The source for sharing & learning about all aspects of 3d architectural visualization

Ronen Bekerman's 3d Architectural Visualization Blog - The source for sharing & learning about all aspects of 3d architectural visualization
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