Art Spotlight: Firewatch Fan Art - Sketchfab Blog In Art Spotlight, we invite Sketchfab artists to talk about one of their designs. Hi, my name is Tim Vizesi and I am from Newcastle in Australia. I am currently a student at the Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE). 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. Favorite Architectural Cutout and Texture Resources Architecture visualization can consume a lot of resources and time if you’re not careful. With the tediousness of Photoshop and renderings calculating through the night, spending more that 20 minutes searching Google images for a specific texture or image can become a breaking point for many. Any way to save time in this field is a big advantage, especially in school. The thing is, there are a lot of free resources online that have already put in the hard work so that you don’t have to. Many of these sites were life savers going through architecture school.
How to Create a Fantasy Landscape Photo Manipulation in Adobe Photoshop - Tuts+ Design & Illustration Tutorial In this tutorial you'll learn how to create a fantasy landscape combining different photos. You'll also learn advanced techniques of blending and different techniques of adding lights to your scene with custom brushes and different Blending Modes. I'll show you how to get beautiful color tones and how to work with layer styles to create a glow around objects. Let's get started! Download the following photos to create this tutorial: Photos of "right sky", "left sky", "knight", "orb" and "aura" are attached to this tutorial.
Texture Packer + Unity Tutorial Edit: This issue has been solved and was not due to TexturePacker. Hi lacost, thanks for the tutorial. I am hoping you can help me out with an issue I am having with achieving pixel perfect renders in a simple game. My problem seems to be that in play mode I lose the top line of pixels on my plane. I think it is best to just show you what is going on. This is a basic tile I created in Photoshop followed by the same tile taken from the atlas texture that TP created.
V-Ray for SketchUp Tutorial inShare0 This tutorial is specifically designed for sketchup vray users. V-Ray for SketchUp stands for a rendering engine that contains Global Illumination (GI) to facilitate the users arranging the lighting for whole scene easily. The tutorial highlights the process for illuminating the exterior in sketchup and vray hdri maps easily. V-Ray for SketchUp supports High Dynamic Range values, also called HDRI (High Dynamic Range Image). The VRayHDRI map is applied to deliver high dynamic range images (HDRI) and map them onto the background.
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.
7 (More) Websites to Help Us Be Better Architects 7 (More) Websites to Help Us Be Better Architects Last year we published a list of 22 websites meant to make an architect's job a little bit easier. From selecting the perfect color scheme to tracking the price of your next big purchase, solving technical problems or simply trying to balance your sleep and caffeine intake, the list sought to offer solutions to a diversity of issues – with something (hopefully) for everyone. This year we offer an addendum with seven additional sites meant to further allay the ever-stressful life of architects. From using peripherals for additional screen real estate to receiving your daily fill of the top architecture news, or converting PDFs to DWGs and adding scale figures to models, ArchDaily seeks to share more of the best of what the web can offer to architects. Scale