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Tips and Tricks—How to Effectively Create High-End Architectural Visualization
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András Káldos
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Description

This class will cover real-life industrial tips that enable the creation of high-quality visualizations in an effective and flexible way. Through a few examples we will touch 3 distinctive areas of the topic, including parametric modeling; optimized image production (workflow proportion of 3D and post production); and architectural presentation tricks (inventive animation techniques). There will be software insights regarding 3ds Max software, Chaos Group's V-Ray rendering engine, Itoo Forest Pack plug-in, SolidRocks software, ATK, and Adobe Photoshop software. This presentation is not only for 3D artists—it’s also for architects.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to optimize your workflow in 3dS Max when creation is combined with major post production
  • Learn how to use the most up-to-date and effective 3DS Max plug-ins for architectural visualization
  • Learn how to build unconventional, amorphous architectural elements by using 3dS Max basic modeling tools
  • Learn how to think outside of the box when creating solid architectural presentations

Speakers

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András Káldos is the CEO and co-founder of Brick Visual KFT, and the founder of Brick Visual AS. He received degrees from University of West Hungary (Institute of Applied Arts), Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Architectural Engineer Institute), and Montázs Drawing School. His past work experience includes Real5D (lead architect/visualizer) and Gereben Marián Architects, among others. He has received many awards, including 2010 Best Fresh Graduate (hg.hu); 2009 Junior Príma Prize, Category of Architecture; 2009 Herman Ottó Elementary School Rehabilitation, First Prize (Gereben); 2008 Town Development Competition, Sopron, First Prize; 2006 Creviz Visualization Competition, First Prize; and 2004 Areco Design Competition, Special Prize.
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