3D artists across all levels and industries continuously engage in discussions surrounding the optimal 3D software to bring their creative visions to life. With the dynamic and ever-evolving landscape of digital artistry, the choice of software becomes paramount in realizing intricate designs and immersive animations. Among the most debated options are Blender and Cinema 4D, which is why we decided to conduct an in-depth examination of these two 3D softwares.
Open Spaces with clean lines consist of the view of Mid-Century Modern Architecture. Sometimes seen as cold and unattractive, mid-century modern designs were a byproduct of post-war optimism and reflected the USA's commitment to building a new future with modern materials such as reinforced concrete, glass, and steel for simple forms and unadorned facades. In this making-of article, Phil Buerer from Guachinarte, based in Switzerland, explains how he started creating images of mid-century modern architecture with a special focus on Palm Springs, California, after his client's request. Enjoy it!
Oberon Residence is an architectural project designed by MVM Architecture and visualized by Vizualizime Arkitekture. Ylli Kastrati and Remi Ferazini worked together in their studio to present a pleasant set of architectural visualization images, and they kindly offered us the opportunity to share their workflow through this making-of-article. Enjoy the process!
Well, we're already bored! This comparison between the several well-known render engines in our market, like Redshift and Octane, is a perceptual and widespread question that found its roots more than 20-25 years ago. Do you remember something similar? "Scanline vs. Metal Ray" for the veterans and "V-Ray vs. Corona" for the newcomers? We are sure it will go this way for the following decades, even if we speak of CPU, GPU, or another possible upcoming rendering technology.
Introducing Render My Podcast, a new journey led by RebusFarm! Like never before, a new chapter in our content has begun, where we provide a stage for captivating conversations, insightful narratives, and untold stories from remarkable 3D artists. Get ready to immerse yourself in 3D art from a different perspective.
In this makin-of article Santo Logozzo, an Italian architect and 3D artist, explains how to conquer the proper mindset when you try to do it photorealistic. A beautiful and harmonic interior living room painted with nicely combined earth tones and properly placed decorative objects give this interior shot a unique and pleasant style. Additionally, some basic photography knowledge could finally be one of the keys to successfully presenting a beautiful 3d project!
The Copenhagen metro station was the core of inspiration for the Serbian artist Dusan Pajantic to create something different but with similar elements. A sense of serenity and calmness will help you to get inspired and learn some really useful tips while working on personal projects for your portfolio. Enjoy the article!
We are proud to introduce Sasan Ezazi, the newest addition to the Rebus renderfarm family and our first featured artist of the new year! A skilled archviz artist with a photographic eye and a keen sense of space, Sasan has been successfully managing his own studio Atelier Ezazi for over ten years. His submission to our campaign, the ‘Bhaj House’, combines Western and Eastern influences into a unique and cross-border design.
In our interview, Sasan talks about Arab architecture, the bohemian style, and turning dreams into reality.