2 Houses in Ponte de Lima

2 Houses Ponte de Lima by Simone Brombin (t)This is a reconstruction of the 2 houses in Ponte de Lima by famed architect Souto de Moura. This work has been done to study the composition of the 3D scene and in detail, the ambient light, vegetation and all the post-processing work. First, I wanted to experiment with different lighting conditions, such as a sunny day, sunset and sunrise. I used different lighting techniques to recreate the right atmospheric conditions as VRaySun and VRaySky or HDRI lighting. Simone Brombin

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A Tea For 2

The picture was taken somewhere in a town of Italy in a small violin shop of a violin maker named Carla. The photo was taken by Professor Aldo, a teacher from School of Children who visited her that afternoon, that has interest with violins and a crush of her. Prof. Aldo took this photo, while she was making some tea for them and he happened to capture the moment of frolan (the cat) looking curiously at the pigeon using his Leica 35mm M Summicron. It was a fine afternoon to end it with a tea for two…  —Peter Ang

Chaplin

As you can see in my images with material override -the monochromatic scene- showing only the ambient illumination to see if the lights coming from the window and IES lights are enough for the scene. Once it’s ok to my preferences, I apply all materials, reflections, etc. to the scene.  —Zernan Suarez

Daegu Public Library competition

The project for the new Daegu Gosan Public Library [by Kim Hyun Seok, Alberto Casarotto, Linda Larice] – a new hub of culture, knowledge and relationships – draws upon the idea of public “space”, which is open, visible and recognizable by anyone. The building draws inspiration from and imitates the lightness of turning the pages of a book through the superimposition of four main floor slabs that partially fold in the wind.  —Cristian Chierici

Making of Paradise

Author:Adeel Hameed

Description: I want to thank Sr Architectural Visualizer Adeel Hameed from real image productions, for sharing a description of his working process to develop his project Paradise, which is part of his Neighborhood series.

Quiero agradecer a Adeel Hameed, Sr Architectural Visualizer, de real image productions por compartir una descripción de su proceso de trabajo para desarrollar su proyecto Paradise, el cual es parte de la serie Neighborhood.

Sala

The HDRI image that I use comes from CG-Source and what  I tried was to not only see it from the window, for that I could just do a photo-montage, but mainly to see the reflection on the glass and a little in the fishbowl. I did the rotating camera so I could see a part of he window and the small plant to the right of it, and also to give it a more original look. Also try to let the sunlight into the room because the scene was a bit dark and on top of that to add some gloss to the whole scene.  —Pablo Garcia

Family House in Slovakia

Series of several exterior architectural visualizations made for Slovak architectural studio W8D. This is a nice minimal modern style, standing against typical Slovak catalog houses, raised up in abnormal speed in Slovakia nowadays.  —Matúš Nedecký · Flying Architecture

The Dome

The Dome was actually part of a much larger piece, a Matte Painting showing the vienna skyline. but now after modeling and texturing most of the stuff and getting inspired by old paintings i went for some close up’s. well, most of it was crap, as in gettign to close. but with some tweaking i ended up with that. Thanks to Javier and thanks to everyone looking at my work.  —Steffen Wiesener

Neighborhood

Hi, First I would like to thank God for helping me achieve this great image. I’m working as a senior 3d Architectural visualizer in Realimage company. This image is called “Neighborhood” and the interesting part in this picture is the landscaping and dramatic mood. Thanks  🙂  —Adeel Hameed