Im trying to figure out what design programs LA's are using to show 3-D graphics/perspectives of their designs. As I look through projects posted on the site; there are really good looking 3-D…Continue
"I use to use Sketch Up while I was in school. Personally hated it. You can create a basemap in autocad, and if all your spaces are solid polylines you can easily extrude them in 3ds Max using the extrude modifier. Saves a lot of time. I've been…"
"Sketchup is a good enough 3D modeling software if you can pair it with a nice renderer (Vray works well as well as the ones Eli mentioned). Rhino allows for more robust surface modeling, and Bentley Microstation works well for solid modeling.…"
"In the program I teach in, I use SketchUp as a starting point for 3D modelling and from there we use external rendering plug-ins such as Twilight Render or Shaderlight, as well as using Photoshop for layer blending, filters and general post…"
Im trying to figure out what design programs LA's are using to show 3-D graphics/perspectives of their designs. As I look through projects posted on the site; there are really good looking 3-D perspectives and I want to replicate that. I'm only aware of using sketch-up and photoshop to do this sort of thing.See More
Based on Daniel Tal’s upcoming book, Rendering in SketchUp (Wiley & Sons, February 2013), the one hour webinar provides a concise and detailed overview on how to generate a photorealistic rendering from a SketchUp model.With a focus on process, Daniel will review how…See More
This is an example of my work on SketchUp. By using Google Earth I was able to determine the exact orientation and boundary conditions at the Tenderloin Recreation Center. This example exemplifies how one should maximize daylight and incorporate a…