This summer, take a break from the pool and dive into the next five videos of our Remarkable Renderworks tutorial series, created to further develop your design and rendering skills. In these installments, architect and rendering expert Daniel Jansenson of daniel jansenson architect covers textures and how to create sunlight in Renderworks, the fully-integrated feature set in Vectorworks 2017 software. If you missed the first 15 episodes, you can catch up on the videos here.
Topics: 3D Objects, Architecture, Daniel Jansenson, Daniel Jansenson Architect, Heliodon tool, Hidden Line Rendering, Landscape, line renderings, Remarkable Renderworks, rendering, Renderworks, surface hatch, Tech Roundup, textures, Vectorworks, Vectorworks 2017 software
April’s almost over, so to finish it off strong we’re showering you with some rendering tips to help you plant the seeds of success. This month, we’re covering the next five videos in the Remarkable Renderworks tutorial series led by Daniel Jansenson of daniel jansenson architect. If you missed the first ten episodes, you can catch up on videos 1 through 5 with this post and videos 6 through 10 with this post.
Topics: Architecture, daniel janesenson architect, Daniel Jansenson, displacement settings, Entertainment, Landscape, Remarkable Renderworks, rendering, Renderworks, Tech Roundup, tech support, textures, transparency shaders, Tutorial, Uncategorized, @VectorworksHelp, video, YouTube
As part of our continued dedication to better serve designers, we just released Service Pack 3 for the Vectorworks 2017 software line. The updates include plenty of productivity and performance enhancements to improve your workflows.
Topics: 3D, 3D connexion, 3D mouse, Architecture, BIM, CEO Dr. Biplab Sarkar, Dr. Biplab Sarkar, DWG, Entertainment, Gaspar Potcnik, IFC, IFC Data Mapping, Landscape, Open BIM, previsualization, rendering, Service Pack 3, SP3, Uncategorized, VBvisual, Vectorworks 2017, Vectorworks Architect, Vectorworks Designer, Vectorworks Landmark, Vectorworks Spotlight, Vision 2017
We’ve discussed how to apply to the Vectorworks Design Scholarship, what you get if you win, and best practices for applying — but what does it actually mean to win? How can the scholarship affect your professional career and be the major résumé booster that it promises to be? To find out, we caught up with Martha Carter and Morgan Price, who took home a 2015 Vectorworks Design Scholarship, to see what they’re up to now and how winning jumpstarted their careers.
Topics: 3D Modeling, A Chorus Line, ABC, Break the Floor Productions, Brian Grego, Chance Theater, Chapman University, Dog Sees God, Entertainment, Evita, Future Man, Hollywood, I Only Have Eyes For You, Jessica Kender, John Iacovelli, LA Times, lighting design, Martha Carter, Mihai Măniuțiu, Montalbán Theater, Morgan Price, National Theatre of Cluj-Napoca, Orange County School of the Arts, Peter Pan, rendering, scenic design, Seth Rogen, Shonda Rhimes, Skye Schmidt, The Catch, The Electra Project, University of California Irvine, Vectorworks Design Scholarship, Vectorworks Designer
February may be the shortest month, but there’s still plenty of time to sharpen your skills with these quick tutorials.
Topics: 3D design, 3D Modeling, display settings, entertainment design, Jubilee Church, Light Objects, lighting design, modeling, Planet Vectorworks, rendering, Richard Meier, Richard Meier's Jubilee Church, Tech Roundup, Tutorial, Wireframe
The scene is the iconic Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, completely crowded, where in a few moments the show will begin. The experienced set designer of Brazilian scenography company P&G Cenografia, Altamir Júnior, huddled in his small control cell inside Box City with coordinators from other disciplines, finally receives the long-awaited signal via radio: "Everybody get ready!" And the show begins: the Opening Ceremony of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Topics: 2016 Summer Olympics, 3D Modeling, Abel Gomes, Box City, Cerimônias Cariocas 2016, Daniela Thomas, Entertainment, Es Devlin, Maracanã Stadium, MiniCAD, Olympic Games, Olympics, Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, Paralympics, Paulo Neves, P&G Cenografia, rendering, Rio 2016 Olympics
At the crux of our philosophy, we’ve always been committed to developing the best design and BIM software that’s in tune with the needs of designers. To do so, we’ve leveraged input and implemented product feedback from practicing architects, landscape designers, landscape architects, and lighting designers, among other design professionals. Another vital part of these efforts involves the help of our internal industry experts on our product marketing team, so we’re excited to announce that there are three new additions to this ever growing group: Luc Lefebvre, senior architect product specialist, Jim Woodward, senior entertainment product specialist and Brian Nicholson, senior landscape product specialist. After all, there’s no such thing as having too many industry experts.
Topics: 2D to 3D BIM workflow, 3D Modeling, 3D visualization, accredited green roof professional, Adapting New Technologies to your Production Desig, Aerosmith, Architects, Architecture, ASLA, ASLA Colorado chapter president, AutoCAD, BIM, BIM consultant, Boston University, building information modeling processes, Colorado State University, Comdex Convention, concert design, DMDS7UDIOS, Entertainment, exhibit design, Exhibit Logic, GRP, horticulture, IBC, International Broadcasting Convention, Jeremy Powell, Jim Rood, Jim Woodward, King + King Architects, Landscape, landscape architects, Landscape Architecture, Landscape Designers, Le Moyne College Master Plan, LEED accredited professional, LEED AP, LEED AP BD+C, LEED Platinum Certification, lighting designers, Madden School of Business, Montreal University, NAB Show, National Renewable Energy Laboratory Research Supp, Neil Diamond, NREL Campus, OAQ, PLA, rendering, Revit, RNL, Shirley Woodward, Sketchup, studioINSITE, SUNY Morrisville Mohawk Hall, sustainable design, Sustainable SITES gold-certification, Sympony Hall in Boston, Ted 2, The Adobe suite, The Proposal, The Why and How of BIM Implementation, University of Colorado Denver, UNY Cortland DeGroat Hall, urban design, Wenk Associates, Yes
A new year deserves new skills. To make 2017 your year for wowing clients with high-quality renderings, this month's Tech Roundup is covering the next five videos in the Remarkable Renderworks tutorial series hosted by Daniel Jansenson of daniel jansenson architect. If you missed the first five installments in the series, check out this post.
Topics: Architecture, daniel janesenson architect, Daniel Jansenson, Entertainment, Hidden Line Rendering, Landscape, Remarkable Renderworks, rendering, Renderworks, Tech Roundup, tech support, Tutorial, @VectorworksHelp, video, YouTube
Award-winning entertainment designer, author, and producer Kevin Lee Allen has learned a thing or two about creating jaw-dropping scenery from his experience designing everything from major Broadway productions to national commercials. Allen says that one of the biggest takeaways from his prolific design career is that, “it’s critical to show people what they’re going to get when you build something.” With that in mind, Allen hosted the Rendering Techniques to Empower Your Entertainment Design Workflow webinar to demonstrate how to create models that will give clients a clear understanding of your vision.
When it comes time for students to start their master project, it can seem like an ominous, looming task, and making up your mind on what to focus on can be difficult, too. But for Raphael Leonida, a recent DeMontfort University graduate, he knew exactly what he wanted to design for his master project: an occupational therapy center.