Animation for architecture made with Blender

An architectural visualization artist is always looking for examples of animations and stills produced to show architecture. It is always good to know what other artists and studios are producing in terms of architectural visualization, and push our own work forward and improve the quality of images and animations. The number of studios using Blender […]

Learn how to use transform strips in Blender sequence editor

One of the features of Blender that is not directly related to 3d modeling, rendering or animation that impress most people in my classes is the video sequence editor. A lot of people, specially those users from 3ds Max, Maya and other softwares are used to work with a non-linear editor to edit their animations, […]

Working with composition in Blender

One of the things that make Blender unique is the incredible amount of tools available on a 3d suite like the video sequencer, game engine and much more. It makes Blender useful not only for 3d work, but for visual effects and TV production. For architectural visualization studios that must create animations blended with real […]

Motion trail: Changing the timing of animation at the 3D View

If your project deals with the production of animation for architecture, at some point you will have to make adjustments to the timing and overall placement of keyframes. The common place to do that is at the dope sheet of in the Graph Editor. But, with a new add-on developed by Bart Crouch, we will […]

Architectural visualization and video presentation

A long time ago, all you would need to make a great presentation of a Project is a good set of skills on painting and illustration in crayons or watercolor. If you are going to work on with architectural visualization, you may have noticed that this market is not much different from advertisement or even […]