What’s new in Streamline 3.0? - Streamline Icons - Medium “Please allow me to search in the Sketch file by using the native search bar. This means you’ll have to add proper names to every layer or group. I beg you.”— Feedback from a disgruntled Streamline 2.5 user 😓 After hearing many requests for a better workflow in Sketch, we’ve improved the Streamline 3.0 .sketch files dramatically. Each icon will be provided as a symbol, named with easily searchable words like “Love-Romance / wedding / wedding-bride-cake.” 💎🔎 Find icons with native search…
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.
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The Art of Rendering: A Photographic Approach to Architectural Visualization Ronen Bekerman is an industry leader in Architectural Visualization who hosts in-depth tutorials on his specialist blog. Architizer is pleased to present a selection of these guides, written by some of the world’s best rendering artists. This August marked my blog’s seventh year running. I learned a lot during that time and keep on learning as I put myself in a position of always having my finger on the pulse of the architectural visualization field.