SketchUp and Kerkythea
SketchUp and Kerkythea based tutorials (sometimes additional software depending on tutorial). Learn how to perfect your modeling with new post-processing skills, techniques and easy to follow step by step instructions provided by highly talented professional contributors.
Making an Environment concept from a 3D Base bySamuli Lautjarvi
If you prefer the freedom of painting your lighting in Photoshop, this tutorial teaches you a fast way to set up masks in Photoshop from Kerkythea renders with red, green, blue and black doing away with the slow tedious work of tracing them by eye with the Paint Brush or Lasso tool. Software used SketchUp, Kerkythea and Photoshop. Model is included for download in this tutorial.
3D Blueprint Tutorial -SketchUp, Kerkythea and Photoshop by Alex Hogrefe
Alex experiments with a simple and clean blueprint style that maintains some of the great qualities of blueprint drawings, but also gives the appearance of the design projecting off the page 3-dimensionally.
Architectural Rendering with SketchUp and Kerkythea by Nick Howlett
So you’ve made that SketchUp model, and want to turn it into a funky architectural render. In this tutorial Nick shows you how to get up to speed with Kerkythea and produce a desirable result with as little fuss as possible, conveniently producing renders with minimal work involved.
Google SketchUp and Kerkythea – fast start 4architects by Majid Yeganegi
I need to mention first before you start to learn Kerkythea using this tutorial that this is an easy-to-use simplified tutorial and also an architect-oriented guide. I have ignored some intricate technical material tips but have another more advanced tutorial in the pipeline to follow this one. Hopefully after studying this you will be so impressed with Kerkythea that it will encourage you to learn Kerkythea deeper. Even if you don’t use Kerkythea this tutorial will familiarize you with some of the render language used in such software and what it is…
Kerkythea – take a deeper look at materials by Majid Yeganegi
This is an extra little tutorial and an extension to Majid’s ‘KT Fast Start 4Architects‘. In this tutorial Majid goes further into the more advanced techniques in making materials, understanding their settings and then using them as a saved templates which can be edited later to suit your needs.