SketchUp and Maxwell
SketchUp and Maxwell 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. You will also find tutorials here on Maxwell’s latest render plugin Maxwell for SketchUp .
The Making of Oculus by Victor Hernandez
Oculus is Victor’s competition entry presented to the Ancient Rome Competition. Victor uses SketchUp, Maxwell Render and Photoshop in in his workflow.
Maxwell for SketchUp – architectural visualization part 2 by Victor Hugo Hernandez
Victor Hugo Hernandez is an architect specializing in architectural visualization. He is a member of the Swedish Association of Architects and based in Lund, Sweden. This tutorial is the second of a two part tutorial about the use of the Maxwell for SketchUp on architectural visualization and covers material, glass, lighting and rendering.
Maxwell for SketchUp – architectural visualization part 1 by Victor Hugo Hernandez
Victor Hugo Hernandez is an architect specializing in architectural visualization. He is a member of the Swedish Association of Architects and is based in Lund, Sweden. Victor is currently working for Malmö based architectural practice [reform] arkitekter and kindly shares a two part tutorial for us.
Making of Hotel Room by Mateo Soletic
How to create a right mood in your interior design presentation? Obviously SketchUp can do some things but if you want to investigate further and create a real life photo-realistic environment you will have to use real life materials, light sources or simply you will have to post process it with a renderer.
Making of Marina by Mateo Soletic
I hope that this tutorial on my evolving SketchUp post-processing techniques proves useful to you. I have received some positive feedback and e-mails from people asking me how this is done. For some time now I have been experimenting on various techniques in the aim of producing high quality CG professional render output, yet one with a subtle brush and line work touch that resembles the natural effect of SketchUp. Here is then the basic process…