Dion Moult Seriously who ever reads this description.

My latest architectural renders

Now that I’ve finished my second year of architecture, I’ve started to develop a much faster workflow when it comes to churning out architectural renders. From being asked to make animations within really tight schedules, to having to produce presentation-ready drawings in a short period of time, being able to do the graphical equivalent of rapid development in programming was very important to me. Fortunately, unlike programming where the product has a 20% build time and 80% maintenance time, most graphics are present and discard.

I have started to collect some of my renders together and release them on WIPUP. Some of the better ones were shared on the Blenderartists forums, as naturally they were produced using Blender.

Wheelchair house - Blender architectural visualisation

I was happy to hear that the above render was featured as a render on the week on Blendernews :) Although Blendernews is hardly an official news source for Blender, it was quite nice.

You can view the full set of renders below (click to go to the WIP update and view full-res images). My personal favourite is the forest one :) I find it makes a nice phone wallpaper.

Wheelchair house - blender architectural visualisation

A lift to make my world - blender architectural visualisation

Lift off into the clouds - blender architectural visualisation

Schematics - blender architectural visualisation

I am releasing the four above renders under CC-by. A link to thinkMoult along with my name will suffice.


3 Comments

hari says: (16 November 2012)

Just wondering, do you this software? http://www.sweethome3d.com/index.jsp

Might be useful for designing plans and interior decoration.

syed says: (16 November 2012)

Let me say, this is one of the best architectural render …It is blender right, because adventures of blender shared this …Good work

Dion Moult says: (1 December 2012)

Hmm, I’ve never heard of it before. However looking through its features and screenshots it doesn’t seem appropriate for the work I need to do. Perhaps it might be useful for clients who want to experiment with home layout?

FOSS and graphics have an interesting relationship. I’m drafting a post which describes whether or not it is currently possible to have an all-FOSS graphics workflow.

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