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Finished Friday // Eastham CGI Architectural Visualisation

Finished Friday // Eastham CGI Architectural Visualisation To help this property developer in their aim to refurbish, extend and re-use this London property, we created 2 images to help visualise the proposed changes. Head over to the completed projects to find out more about this project! And feel

Udemy 3ds Max & Vray Arch Vis course coupon for FREE access

The guys over at Udemy have given me 50 free coupons to allow my lucky followers to receive this course for free! https://www.udemy.com/intro-to-architectural-visualization-using-3ds-max-and-v-ray_zillus/#/ The course is aimed at beginners, but as always there might be some tips and tricks even the seasoned pro's might have missed. To receive

Interactive Configurator Launched

Over the past few months, I have been working with a web development team to create a new interactive application, which utilises the flexibility of CGI with some web programming magic. We wanted to create an application to allow users to interactively configure anything, then

New London Award 2014 for Autor Architecure’s Junction Road

An architecture project I visualised a few months ago has won in the New London Awards for Housing in architecture, congratulations to Autor Architecture! The house sits on a small site in London, but this didn't stop Autor from being creative, and designing an award winning

Using photographic references is the key in CG!

It's no great secret that the key to creating beautiful images and animations lies with using great reference material. References come in all forms; drawings, sketches, videos, but the one area which is always very important is photography. We all need direction, and it's often little

Interactive Test 002

Here is another interactive test, this time with a more traditional exterior environment. Click here to have a play around! I wanted to keep the emphasis on the building it's self, but also to explore some of the nice features of Unity Pro, and to see whether