Celebrate ArchViz Week on ArtStation from May 31 – June 4
From May 31 – June 4, join us for ArtStation ArchViz week to celebrate artists in architectural visualization and learn more about opportunities for artists in the industry. Whether you work in architecture already or just want to follow along and learn new skills, you won’t want to miss out on what we have planned!
All week, we’ll be highlighting the Architectural Visualization channel on ArtStation and featuring the work of talented artists in the field on our platform and social media. Follow along for a week of featured architecture content, spotlight interviews and special live events brought to you by Twinmotion and Kitbash3D!
If you’re an artist working in architectural visualization, this is a great time to post your work to maximize your post visibility and discover other awesome artists in your field!
Twinmotion Demo + Live Q & A
Tuesday, June 1 | 12:00 pm ET
Tune in for a live session with Twinmotion and get a behind the scenes look at the latest challenge to blend modern, futuristic architectural designs into an old-world context. Get simple tips and tricks for creating an awe-inspiring archviz scene and take part in a live Q&A with the instructor following the demo.
KitBash3D Live with Victor Bonafonte & Vladimir Somov
Thursday, June 3 | 12:00 pm ET
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With Twinmotion, you can transform your BIM or CAD model into a compelling real-time experience faster and more easily than you ever thought possible. Easily produce high-quality images, panoramas, and standard or 360° VR videos in seconds! For architecture, construction, urban planning, and landscaping professionals, Twinmotion combines an intuitive icon-driven interface with the power of Unreal Engine.
Whether it’s playing an immersive video game, enjoying a VFX driven film, or connecting with friends on social media, KitBash3D believes the best digital interactions happen within fantastical worlds. Their goal is to enable and inspire you, the creators of these virtual worlds, to build the most amazing spectacles your creativity can dream up.
Be sure to check out KitBash3D’s Summer Sale going on now until June 8th and get up to 50% off many kits from the library!
Chaos is a world leader in computer graphics technology, empowering artists and designers to create photorealistic imagery and animation across all creative industries. Chaos develops 3D rendering and simulation software that is used daily by top design studios, architectural firms, advertising agencies, and visual effects companies around the globe. In 2017, the firm’s physically based renderer, V-Ray, was honored with an Academy Award for its role in the widespread adoption of ray-traced rendering for motion pictures. Today, the company’s advancements in ray tracing, cloud rendering, and real-time visualization are shaping the future of design communication and storytelling. Founded in 1997, Chaos is privately owned with offices in Sofia, Prague, Seoul, Tokyo, and Los Angeles. For more information visit chaosgroup.com
How do I upload my work to the Architectural Visualization channel?
When uploading or editing a project from your portfolio manager, scroll to the bottom and make sure you select “Architectural Visualization” as one of your subject matter options. Feel free to fill out any additional information as well. Then, just click “Publish”!
How do I add the Architectural Visualization channel to my followed channels?
- From the ArtStation homepage, open the channels menu and search for it or find it in the list.
- Click on the + on the right side of the tab to add it to your followed channels.
You can also just go to the channel here and click follow in the top right corner of the channel row.
Find out more about customizing your homepage experience with channels here.
What if I’m not available to attend the live events at those times?
Both events will be recorded and available on our YouTube channel after ArchViz week. However, you’ll only be able to take part in the Q&A with special guests during the events.
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