10 of The Best Photoshop Tutorials on YouTube for Landscape Architects Youtube has a lot to offer when it comes to Photoshop tutorials, check out these … Youtube has a lot to offer when it comes to Photoshop tutorials, check out these top 10 and see for yourself. So much is expected of you as a landscape architect. This Self-Sustaining Smart Garden Uses Aquaponics to Grow Herbs and Care for Fish at Once The EcoGarden is a smart and interactive ecosystem. One intelligentminiature greenhouse and a self-cleaning aquariumthat is capable of growing a variety of fresh herbs and veggies all year round.It was created so you can control and monitor your garden remotely, right from the palm of your hand. At Ecobloom we want to make growing fun, interactive and as simple as possible. Enjoy the powerful combination of nature and technology in a seamless way. Hamza QadoumiJuan BlascoEmil JansenEmese OrbanNathan Lewis The EcoGarden works with the beautiful farming technique called 'aquaponics'.
Lighting and Production Tips for Realistic Rendering With V-Ray and Mental Ray Jamie Cardoso shares some production tips for creating and rendering realistic images using V-Ray and Mental Ray, going into detail on creating a visual contrast clarity for the scene, setting up a relationship between the lights and darks of the image, as well as imparting some great workflow tips. One of the preliminary steps often taken to light up a scene realistically, is to create a clear definition between dark and bright areas Jamie also takes a look at lighting for both mental ray and V-Ray renders, and covers some production workflow tips for creating test renders for quick iterations.
10 Essential Tips for Creating that Killer Portfolio - Design Sojourn It is actually a perfect time to update your portfolio! Not only are we somewhere in the middle of the year, we are right smack in the middle of summer and it’s blistering out there! Lazing on the beach is not going to get you a job, so why not stay indoors in the air conditioning and take this opportunity to update your portfolio? I have therefore compiled a list essential and useful tips (I hope!) that can help you churn out that killer portfolio.
How to Drastically Improve Your Architectural Renderings How to Drastically Improve Your Architectural Renderings These days, the production of architectural renderings is something of a digital arms race, as the more sophisticated visualization becomes, the more of a disservice you do to your designs if you're not able to present clients with increasingly photo-realistic imagery. In this post, originally published by ArchSmarter as the first in their "Pro Smarts" series which features tips and tricks from seasoned professionals, Jonn Kutyla from PiXate Creative describes his seven-step process for creating more realistic renders. Creating photo-realistic architectural renderings requires careful planning and attention to detail.
RNDRD RNDRD is a frequently updated feed of architectural drawings and models scanned from design publications throughout the 20th century. We do not publish photographs of completed work, only renderings: drawings, collage, models and graphics of all sorts. Our source materials are (mostly) out-of-print academic and trade journals. We cull the most striking, typical and atypical images from thousands of pages of print that will not be available online. As the internet increasingly becomes the main source for designers to draw on precedence, RNDRD hopes to provide a broader sample of the history of architectural image making. RNDRD is organized by rendering type, year, designer and print source.
Architecture School You Know You’re No Longer An Archistudent When… You can’t find your giant roll of butter paper anywhere. blackandrileyblue asked: Hi!! I'm thinking of going into architecture and I'm extremely sure about it. Is there any advice you wish you could give yourself before your last year of high school? Thanks ! Tutorial/Making of Vincent Van Duysen Tower in Beirut I had some request on how this tower image was done so here is a small making of this particular project. Even if VRay is not really required for this tutorial, it will be explained with some of this wonderful render engine functions. Basically the skin of the tower model consist of three layers. The challenge was to build each of these layers in a random way, where no repetitive pattern should be seen.