Modern House Archviz ๐Ÿ˜

Hi,

I just finished this work last week and I would like to share it with you :houses:

This is a project from A+H architects
Done in blender 2.93 beta and rendered in Cycles.
Modeled with Archipack @stephen_leger
Grass and trees scattered with Scatter 5 betta (i know risky :slight_smile: ) @BD3D
Some trees were grown with the awesome tool the the grove 3D https://www.thegrove3d.com/
Vegetation from Vegetation pack @blender_now and from botaniq @Alphisto
Motorbike from Transportation @blender_now
Photographer add on to set cameras @chafouin
Post-production is done on Photoshop using multilayer EXR, using importer from https://www.exr-io.com/
Almost all interior furniture from a collection we are working on ATB :slight_smile:

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https://twitter.com/atblender

Hope you like it! Cheers, Pato.






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Great stuff. That first image is particularly nice.

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Thanks, @HastyEnt I Really appreciate your comment!

Cheers,
Pato!

Hey,

Very nice work ! love the light and material.
thank you for the share :wink:

@blender_now Hi thank you very much for your comments, btw really great great models and plugin :slight_smile:

Cheers,
Pato!

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This is awesome! And thank you for linking the add-ons, i was looking for add-ons for an artist impression and these are just what i was looking for! Thank you.

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Thanks a lot! @RuimteReiziger glad it helps what I posted, I mention them because they really help a lot for archviz, and that is why we are working on contribute with what we consider it will be a really nice collection of models :slight_smile:

Cheers,
Pato.

Hey Pato! Do you mind maybe sharing the render settings you used for this? Would love to go through them and use them in my render as well!

I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

Hi, @bartv Thank you!
I really appreciate this! you too have a great weekend! :slight_smile:

Cheers,
Pato.

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Hi, @RuimteReiziger sorry for the late response. Nothing fancy or special. I would say that quite a low-quality setting, but worked for the purpose.
As I have a lot of lights it could be quite tricky if I increase the number of samples.
Let me know if this helps!


Cheers,
Pato