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Indigo Renderer 3.4 released

Back on the first days when I get started with Blender for architecture visualization, one of the renders that I always liked was Indigo. Of course, at that time the renderer was still a freeware and with much less options and features. I’m glad to say that I will get back to use Indigo for […]

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Indigo Renderer 3.0 released with support for Blender 2.5

Back in the days when I was still starting to use Blender, I used to render my projects with two different renderers. The first one was YafRay and the second was Indigo Renderer. My first experiences with an unbiased render engine where with Indigo, back in the days when it was still a freeware. A […]

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Indigo Renderer 3.0 preview

One of the renderers that I miss to use with Blender these days is Indigo Renderer, mostly because I remember the days where I used it a lot on Blender 2.4x to render incredible images. Today we still don`t have a stable release of the exporter script to render our projects from Blender 2.5 to […]

Quick guide on how to setup IES files for rendering in Indigo Renderer

For architectural visualization artists, no matter what type of renderer is used to create the project, always have quite a challenge to fulfill the expectations from their clients, and represent with the most realism the lighting of a scene. Almost all renderers today offer the possibility to use a special type of file, applied to […]

Architectural glass with Indigo Renderer

In the past few days I was reviewing some projects created with old versions of Indigo Renderer, to start working on updates and see how fast the last releases are compared with the old freeware Indigo. In one of those projects I saw something that caught my attention, which is the way glass is created […]

Indigo Renderer 2.2 for architectural rendering in Blender 3D

It`s been almost a week so far that I`m using Indigo Renderer to evaluate an important upgrade made to the renderer (version 2.2). This version of Indigo that I`m using to render a few images from architectural projects is the full feature version of Indigo, without the restriction in the resolution and a watermark on […]