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How good is Blender as an arch viz tool? You might find the answers in the arts and comments made by the following artist(s), some of the many that are scheduled to be featured in this series.
Archviz Demoreel 2014/2015
by Matthaeus Wende
My name is Matthaeus Wende. I'm a graffiti artist, living in Germany near Frankfurt. I work as a freelance graphic designer. I made my first steps with Blender in 2013 as I wanted to create some 3D-infographics for a personal project. Anyway it was also my first attempt in the 3D section. After that, I tried out many other things with Blender and discovered what fun it is. Today I work almost everyday with this software. Mostly I use Blender for creating architectural visualizations.
About "Archviz Demoreel 2014/2015:"
This is a private project I worked over about half a year in my free time. I mainly used Cycles render! Except for the interior renders I used Octane render because of shorter render times. Also I used Marvelous Designer for some of the cloth simulations and Adobe After Effects for video editing! I tried to keep the render time under 10 min per frame, which was hard to achieve and did not work in many cases. Everything was modeled, rendered and animated in Blender!