This architectural 3d flythrough animation was modelled in Sketchup. I posted the render image before. Afterwards i decided to do a 3d animation with the scene.
This architectural 3d night scene was modeled from a photograph reference in Sketchup. Then taken into 3ds Max to setup and render with Corona renderer. This was my first “babysteps” compositing in Nuke…quite a steep learning curve but the 32 bit workflow must be worth it because it`s so superior to Photoshop.
here is a second render of the house that i posted recently, just from the other side. It was modeled with floorplans in Sketchup and then setup und rendered in 3ds Max with Corona render. Additional models like the garden seating, umbrella and bbq were done in Rhino and just a quick cloth simulation for the umbrella and the curtains inside the building in 3ds Max.
i just finished the first image of another exterior 3d architectural visualisation. The scene was modeled in Sketchup with inspiration and floorplans downloaded from www.archdaily.com. The scene setup was done in 3ds Max and then rendered with the absolutely amazing render engine Corona. As compared to other engines Corona is such a pleasure to work with, and on top of all extremely fast with top notch quality output…what more could you want. And yes, it is also free while still in beta 🙂