Last week in Blender 3D Architect 2019: Week 33

If you missed any of our articles from last week in Blender 3D Architect, you now have the chance to view a summary of all the content we posted. Among the materials, you will always find content related to architecture, furniture models and also news about Blender. Here is a list of articles from last […]

Blender 2.8: Free procedural brick material

One of the resources you will want to keep and build a library for architectural visualization in Blender are PBR materials. They can create incredible results with both Cycles and Eevee. However, sometimes, you may also use procedural materials that will also deliver fast and reliable results. For architecture, a common type of material is […]

Extruded House in Blender

What is the best way to practice your architectural visualization skills? The best approach to develop your skills with Blender and become more familiar with an architectural workflow is with practice. If you don’t have your design to create a visualization, use existing projects as a base. Here is an example of a project that […]

Book about Blender 2.8 and architecture: Eevee and Cycles

A lot of readers from Blender 3D Architect that keep track of the site in the past years will remember that we started in the distant year of 2008. Back there, I had a plan to have a space dedicated to sharing news, tutorials, and tips about how to use Blender for architecture. What kickstarted […]

Tower: External visualization with Cycles

A significant amount of the projects we post here in Blender 3D Architect are about interiors made using Blender. For that reason, it is always with great enthusiasm that we feature a project that goes in the opposite direction and shows some exterior visualization for architecture. Here is a project from an artist called Kangni […]

Interior visualization using Cycles with settings

The big question a lot of artists are asking themselves nowadays is when to use Cycles or Eevee if you are already using Blender 2.8. When you start a project, you should have an idea of which render you want to use. For projects that require maximum realism, Cycle is still the best choice. Do […]

Blender for architecture: Industrial loft with Blender Cycles

Whenever we have the opportunity to talk with aspiring artists looking to start with architectural visualization, we often advise them to practice as much as possible to develop their skills. From that practice, you will not only learn more about Blender but also start building your personal portfolio. A great example of a practice exercise […]

Pink bedroom with Blender Cycles

The visualization of a scene like a bedroom can become incredibly complex when you start to add high-density furniture and lots of textures. Based on the style of a project you may have to find furniture models and textures that will consume a significant amount of time. Since the bedroom is one of the most […]