Attention all architects, interior designers, and 3D artists! Are you looking to create highly accurate architectural visualizations of an apartment? Look no further than the new tutorial set now available on Cris Robson’s website, 3d-palace.
Cris, also known as Ol_Blue, has created a tutorial set that guides you through the complete process of working from floorplan DWF files from AutoCAD, inside 3ds Max to create an accurate visualization of an apartment. This tutorial set is designed for anyone who wishes to learn how to create every single asset that you put in the apartment, including texturing, lighting and rendering. This is an old method now more commonly done inside UE5, but still valuable for anyone who wants to learn how to create every single asset and texture them too. The tutorial set is suitable for artists of all skill levels.
One of the highlights of this tutorial set is the focus on creating accurate visualizations of an apartment. This method allows for more flexibility and control over the final look of the scene, and is a valuable skill for any 3D artist or architect to have. Additionally, with this tutorial set you will learn how to create internal and external renderings, giving you a complete understanding of the process.
Whether you’re an architect, interior designer, or 3D artist looking to improve your visualization skills, this tutorial set is an invaluable resource. With Cris’s expertise and experience in the industry, you’re sure to create a highly detailed and accurate visualization of an apartment.
Head over to 3d-palace and check out the Architectural Visualization tutorial set now. With this set, you’ll be able to create an accurate visualization of an apartment, understand the complete process and take your visualization skills to the next level.
Again this is very legacy however hopefully it will be of service to you. Seriously, this set shows you how to make every single item of furniture in the apartment as well. NOTE that the image at the top is NOT the end result of this set, it is a legacy set that I do not even have screenshots from any more.Ol_Blue