Creating A Detailed Master Plan Rendering – Part 3 – 3D Studio Max and Photoshop

Creating A Detailed Master Plan Rendering – Part 3 – 3D Studio Max and Photoshop

December 4, 2009 in 3D, AutoDesk 3DSMax, Featured, Photoshop by ryanknope

Creating A Detailed Master Plan Rendering – Part 3
(Autodesk 3dsmax 2010 – Adobe Photoshop CS4)

Welcome to the third session of "Creating A Detailed Master Plan Rendering." In this session we will the following elements:

• Creating Roads.
• Buildings Surrounding The Site.
• The Driveway.
• 1 Building Design.
• Walk Way Covers.
• Water Feature Canopy.
• South Patios.

The focus of this rendering is based mainly off the site hardscape, planting and how it flows rather than the architecture of the buildings.

*NOTE* The final image shown below will be changing slightly as this is currently a live project.

3D Icons & Shapes in Illustrator

3D Icons & Shapes in Illustrator

October 15, 2009 in Illustrator by admin

3D Icons & Shapes using Illustrator

by Wendell Fernandes

We often see beautiful designs around nowadays. Many designers have the skills and knowledge to create amazing things using all the digital tools available and most explore all the creative facets. This is due to such an increase in technology which pushes us everyday to learn something new and fun to do. Today, I’ll be more than happy to show you a few basic elements that can potentially take this to a next level. I’ll be showing you a few different techniques on how to create 3D icons & Shapes using Illustrator. Top 10 Tuts Contest (Ended) Top 10 Tuts Contest (Ended)

August 11, 2009 in General by admin

We want to announce our plans on opening our tutorial website,! With a limited budget and resources :) we’d like to hold a contest for tutorials to add to the site. The contest will start immediately and will end Wednesday, October 7, 2009.

We will award the top ten tutorials $150 each and then award the second group of 10, $50 each. If your tutorial is not chosen at this time, we will need more tutorials in the near future and will be willing to pay for them when we’re ready, and if we like your tutorial. We will be sure to give constructive feedback to all entries so you can know what can be done to improve it.