Blender 2.75 released

After a long wait Blender 2.75 has finally been released! The new version of our beloved 3d software is available for download at this link. If you don’t know this address, it lists all Blender releases since the beginning, which is great for compatibility purposes. What are the highlights of Blender 2.75 for architecture visualization? […]

Architectural 3d print with Blender

As an architect working with projects on a daily basis we sometimes must work with both virtual and physical models of buildings. In Blender 3d architect I’m always showing examples of how Blender can help us to create virtual images and models for our projects. But, what if I told you that Blender can also […]

Blender 2.67 released

A brand new stable release of Blender is available to download, and you can get Blender 2.67 here. This new release of Blender is really important for architectural visualization artists using Blender, just like version 2.61 that introduced Cycles. With Blender 2.67 we now have Freestyle integrated as another option for rendering. What does that […]

Free download of the turning torso building modeled with Blender

Last week I just pointed to an interesting download of a classic architecture project that might be used to study 3d modeling and lighting. Well, I found another of those models at Blend Swap and now it is the turning torso from Santiago Calatrava, which is by the way one of my favorite architects. You […]

Best of Blender 3D Architect: Rendering with Cycles

What would be of a series of articles related to architecture and Blender without something about Cycles? And today on the Best of Blender 3D Architect series I will bring back two articles about rendering with Cycles. The first one shows how to render 3d models with a special wire object, which will give you […]

Best of Blender 3D Architect: Trees and shrubs for architecture

It is that time of the year again, and with the year getting to the end it is time to remember some of the best articles posted here on Blender 3D Architect. The blog has now almost five years and with some nice resources, tutorials and tips for artists using Blender for architecture. Unfortunately some […]