Furniture modeling: Creating a sofa in Blender

In most cases an architectural visualization project will require some objects carefully placed at the scene, to give a sense of scale to the image and to demonstrate how the scene will look like when the project becomes real. And to use furniture in architectural visualization you could simple take the model from an online […]

Free download of 3d seats for architecture

For architectural visualization artists working with interiors, there are some nice resources at BlendSwap that could be used to populate a project, especially furniture models. A few weeks ago I found a nice collection of seats that can be used to give your project a good sense of scaling. The collection of free seats can […]

Modeling a chair with polygons for architecture

It is always nice to watch some modeling tutorials made with other 3d softwares, but that can be used in Blender. And almost any tutorial that uses polygon based 3d modeling can be used with Blender, depending only on the efforts of the artist to adapt the technique. In the tutorial below you will find […]

Modeling a contemporary Sofa with Blender

You may not remember the work of an artist called Hans B Erickson that was posted here on the blog about two months ago. He was working on an animation project not related with architectural visualization, but this project demanded a lot of work to create scene objects like furniture. And most of his work […]

Free download of an Eames Lounge Chair for Blender

An artist from the YafaRay user forums called sadaj72 posted an interesting render with an interior view of a room, using only a few objects on the scene. One of those objects is a classic piece of furniture, which is the Eames Lounge Chair. The render can be viewed in the image that illustrates this […]

Rooftop modeled in Blender and rendered with Octane

One of the things that really can make a difference in an image is the amount of objects and furniture placed at the scene. A good scene is filled with lots of those objects that will help with the visual composition, and give some nice shadows to create depth in the final render. In this […]

Modeling furniture with curves in Blender

Most of the tutorials that I post here are related to polygon modeling, because it is the first and best technique for furniture and architectural elements. But, it doesn’t mean that we can’t use other techniques like curves to create architectural or furniture models. Look at the tutorial below that I found a few days […]

Modeling a dresser for architectural visualization

For those of you looking to improve your modeling skills, I Just found another great example of polygon modeling that can be used in Blender. The tutorial below shows how to create a dresser, using 3ds max. But, since the technique used to create the 3d model is all polygon based, we can take the […]