Lounge Room: Interior visualization with Blender

What would be a good amount of samples to get realism on a scene using Blender Cycles? This is a question that many artists face at the beginning of each project. For some scenes a low number may seem enough, but if you get lucky the number can get sky high! Do you think 400 […]

Interior visualization with Blender and Octane Render

It is time to check another great project developed by an well known artist specialized on architectural visualization. If you don't know the work of Enrico Cerica, I strongly recommend you to visit his gallery of projects, with lots of impressive images created with Blender, Octane Render and some old projects rendered on other softwares. […]

Blender Cycles for interior architectural visualization

You may already know that Blender is a great tool to create architectural visualization, and the projects and visualization examples featured here at Blender 3D Architect are a clear proof of that. But, It is always nice to be able to watch a detailed demo of how Blender could be used to create interior visualization, […]

Simple interior visualization with Cycles

I was just looking around my drafts for articles yesterday, when I found a simple and interesting project posted around last christmas on the blenderartists forums which I completelly forgot to publish. I know, shame on me. Anyway, the project was posted by an user called Cadvis and shows a really simple interior visualization rendered […]

Modeling with Blender and rendering on V-Ray

There are lots of options to render projects modeled with Blender going from open source software like LuxRender, YafaRay and Blender Cycles. And today there are several commercial renderers that support Blender like Indigo, Octane Render and even V-Ray. And today you can check out a interior visualization project modeled with Blender and rendered using […]

LuxRender: physically based absorption and 2.50 exporter

If you like to use LuxRender in your projects, you might want to look to the upcoming release of LuxRender 0.7, which is already in Release Candidate 1. The LuxRender 0.7 RC1 brings lots of bug fixes and new tools, like the physically base absorption. With this new feature, we can setup how much light […]

Precision modeling and rendering for interior visualization

In which scale you usually work on your models? The use of the right scale set is an important decision for every architectural visualization artists, and could determine how easy the setup of the scene and even render parameters will work. For artists using unbiased renders like LuxRender or Indigo, it’s more than an important […]