I’ve been working on my first class for the Netflix of learning: Skillshare, and today it’s officially live! Join me in this first part: Archviz in Blender 2.8 : from DXF to Walls here
In this class you’ll learn some useful techniques* that I apply when I work with DXF files of real clients .
All with the brand new Blender 2.8!
In this kind of Archviz projects, you must be fast and accurate (especially if you’re freelancing) in terms of wall measurings. With this method is a breath!
I’ll provide you the DXF file, so you can follow me if you want during the class.
You’ll learn in 4 easy steps how to go from DXF to 3D :
- Import DXF layout and check scale
- Cleanup the mesh
- Extrude walls, floor and ceiling
- Closing door gaps and walking through
By the way, this is the first part of a series I’m preparing where you’ll learn the steps to achieve realistic interior renders. Having a look on placing doors, windows, details, setting materials, lighting (EEVEE?), rendering and postproduction. All in the brand new Blender 2.8!