In our CG Awards, we are offering you the chance to suggest nominations in each category via our social media channels. We’ve earmarked a few for Arch-viz Still of the Year, but you may have different ideas. Let us know!
This wonderful space with all the details therein would suit any lucky family. Have a good look around
Artist Jorge Adrian Fernandez shows how he created this lovely arch-viz render of a Pioneer mixer using 3ds Max, V-Ray, Photoshop and Fusion
Meet Piranha, winner of the CG Awards Arch-Viz Animation Award 2012 for The New World Trade Center project, and find out what makes a great arch-viz animation…
Last week we asked you to submit your 3D work to be critiqued by our expert team. We were really pleased with the response we got and Technical Editor Rob Redman has picked one from many to be put under the spotlight first
This image by a 3D World reader contains a few 3D tricks: randomising the books and using the cloth modifier to perfect the blanket and pillow
Reader Enrico Cerica flexes his arch-viz muscles on this dream house
CEO of Arch-Factory Tiago Alexandrino tells us how he created this calming, contemplative image
Get a taste of Scandinavian cool with this Dieter Rams-inspired piece of interior design from Sweden
A renovation of a vicarage was the inspiration for this spectacular architectural visualisation. The artist tells us all…
Texturing and lighting are of paramount importance in these images by Diego Querol
We’re always keen to show great 3D artwork, and here is an example of how two minds can be greater than one. Find out how the artists worked together on the piece which is called Teacher’s Nightmare. Shiver!
It took Rob Redman a few days to work out just what he thought of this piece of work. But now he is quite sure: he’s a fan!
Neil Miller, VFX art director on Dredd, explains how he created Mega-City One’s latest movie look
Lance Evans reckons that a powerful and evolutionary upgrade, plus a few kicking features, make this a very impressive release