Have you ever tried Match Photo for an Interior Space before? I mean it's a great tool if you want to model after a certain picture but have no schematics or measurements! In this video, I'll be going through my process of modeling an interior using Match Photo (Photoshop helps!). I know a tool like Match Photo could sound scary and hard to learn, after watching this video you will change your mind completely 😉
In order to produce a good design render, one of the main skills you need is being able to add good lighting to your space. This guide is strictly about how to light up a model with every single lighting object VRay has to offer.
Tips on DIY professional indoor photography for your next design project.
Being a freelancer can be tough; it's a battle to push shoulders with bigger competition and getting the perfect client can be a rare occasion. It doesn't have to be that way once you know exactly what to do to shine.
Using the right terms in the right way can be the difference between a Professional Designer and a Rookie.
A Complete Step by Step Guide for Creating Stunning and Realistic Effects for Glass, Crystal, Plastic, Water, Double Sided Materials, Foggy Glass + More!
Fix that pesky problem you get when you use an HDRI but see no Sunlight or Shadows!
Part two of making an easy presentation-worthy image of your model.
A few minutes of your time and you'll be good to go!
Whip up an eye catching preview of your Exterior in just a few steps. No render engine required.
https://youtu.be/63J0MQpYP2k Layers, Groups, and Components are the most underestimated tools in Sketchup; they give you limitless possibilities while modeling, read on and try to apply them and discover how you can incorporate those tools to save on modeling time. In case you missed the previous parts, you'll fine them Part one here and Part two here. … Continue reading Sketchup Modeling Hacks: Easy tips that save your time (Part Three)