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adamvk
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I thought it would be a fun idea to show some renderings of homes you've designed in Archicad, kind of like a little portfolio or show and tell.

So I'll start with a few:




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Well Adam,
dig a bit in the current topic, you might find a few...
Cheers
Francois
François Chatelain
Worldwide Digital Imaging
Formerly posting as RanXerox
"A little bump will help blur your reflections"

Robert Fuchs
Newcomer
We don't do many houses but here is one I did back in 2007.
Rendered with Artlantis R I believe.
Robert Fuchs
Miller Bosksus Lack Architects, P.A.
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Mac OSX 10.6.4, AC 14 (3004 USA Full)

Robert Fuchs
Newcomer
One more view.
Robert Fuchs
Miller Bosksus Lack Architects, P.A.
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Mac OSX 10.6.4, AC 14 (3004 USA Full)

Adon
Newcomer
All ArchiCAD 10 with some Photoshop
all clickable to see at higher resolutions and more of them




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tropicalismo360
Newcomer
Adon, these are looking great - I particularly like the first image
congrats

Dwight
Newcomer
Adon:

These illustrations are delightful. You have exploited typical Lightworks liabilities [eyeball sucking greyness and bad, fuzzy shadows] and elevated them to a new illustration style! Photoshop saves the day, eh?

I find myself revisiting the interior view [and your other Flickr pages - I am Orbularity, there].

Congratulations.
Dwight Atkinson

Adon
Newcomer
Dwight wrote:
Adon:

These illustrations are delightful. You have exploited typical Lightworks liabilities [eyeball sucking greyness and bad, fuzzy shadows] and elevated them to a new illustration style! Photoshop saves the day, eh?

I find myself revisiting the interior view [and your other Flickr pages - I am Orbularity, there].

Congratulations.
Thanks, that means alot, i only started doing this in 2007 and your book re-instilled my faith in archiCAD, it defiantly catalyzed my interest.
Thanks, and full credit to you. I see your also a fellow photographer. the two skills fit really well together in my opinion.

Thanks Again

Samovar
Newcomer
Rendering a North elevation is always tricky (LITTLE DIRECT SUN) but I was happy with this one where the sun creeps over the wall to illuminate the new extension...

This one's straight from LightWorks
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GeNOS
Newcomer
how do you get 3d details to look that good (adon) ??
mine are just basic line work and solid colour.. i cant find any settings where i can get it to be a rendered image
Win8 - AC11/12/13/14/15/16/17:FULL - Australia

Adon
Newcomer
alot of time modeling. gives you more realistic results.

all of those images had hundreds of hours in them. just making the model and custom making most of the materials.

but once you start to make all of your materials yourself, you can re-use them. so it gets faster.

to do a 3D section like this i did it with the "cut 3D planes tool"

then used the light works rendering engine like any other render.

use the help menu inside ArchiCAD to find "3D Cutaway" and how to use it

Peter Clark
Newcomer
GeNOS wrote:
how do you get 3d details to look that good (adon) ??
mine are just basic line work and solid colour.. i cant find any settings where i can get it to be a rendered image
You may be interested in this article if you hadn't seen it before -

http://www.aecbytes.com/tipsandtricks/2009/issue40-archicad.html

It uses the 3d document feature to produce an exploded axonometric.
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Djordje
Contributor
Just a note ...

From this part of the world, Flickr is blocked ... so we can't see your work ...
Djordje

ArchiCAD since 4.55 ... 1995

Adon
Newcomer

for those in UAE

Djordje
Contributor
Not all renderings ... 😉

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2020823&id=1124127154&l=81253ff88a
Djordje

ArchiCAD since 4.55 ... 1995

Erika Epstein
Participant
Djordje,
Wow! What an impressive body of work! Which software did you use besides archicad? Is the Qatar Airways lounge Doha done with Piranesi?
Erika
Architect, Consultant
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"Implementing Successful Building Information Modeling"

Djordje
Contributor
Erika wrote:
Djordje,
Wow! What an impressive body of work! Which software did you use besides archicad? Is the Qatar Airways lounge Doha done with Piranesi?
Thanks, Erika You do collect some stuff after a couple of decades 😉

Not all my design ... Some of it is presentation work only, like the Qatar airways lounge.

Yep, Piranesi. Pre 1995 was done in 3D Studio 2 or 3, the second (sports hall, my design that maybe even got built) in AccuRender ... modeled in AutoCAD 😉 The rest, from the modernist villa onwards, is ArchiCAD, Artlantis and Piranesi.
Djordje

ArchiCAD since 4.55 ... 1995

Ed Haynes
Newcomer
NightClub interior I recently designed.
Ed Haynes
Entertainment & Event Design
AC6.5 thru AC19 US, Art•lantis S 5, Sketchup...etc.
Mac 12 Core 4GHz 10 GB RAM: OSX 10.11.3

Ed Haynes
Newcomer
A Theme Bar for the same client.

Yes, those a dried Puffer Fish lamps above the bar
Ed Haynes
Entertainment & Event Design
AC6.5 thru AC19 US, Art•lantis S 5, Sketchup...etc.
Mac 12 Core 4GHz 10 GB RAM: OSX 10.11.3

s2art
Newcomer
Nice work, Ed. I take it you didn't get the puffer fish or hula-girl lamps from the Object Depository.
S t u a r t . R o s e
PAUA Architects
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