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A Unique Approach to Architectural Visualization338 Flares Facebook 182 Twitter 28 Pin It Share 56 56 Google+ 43 LinkedIn 3 inShare3 StumbleUpon 22 Reddit 4 338 Flares × Pushing on with the exploration of the various workflows in Architectural Visualization, I’m presenting you today the unique works of Rafal Barnas. Contrasting the previous article about a Photographic Approach in Archviz by Lasse Rode, you can tag Rafal’s methods as postwork heavy. Hi all, Let me start by stating an important rule that I follow – When working on visualizations I reach for various techniques and I approach each project individually! Being always aware of the target… The final effect that I want to achieve for the particular project I work on is always a priority. Everything that happens after can only be considered as the development of the first stage. When I have an idea that both my client and I find exciting I think how to make it real. I refuse to approach different projects equally, as frequently practiced by fellow designers (unfortunately).
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