All the work on my web site is rendered entirely in Photoshop. Lots of
layers. The base is either a SketchUp model or FormZ massing and
wireframe models. I used to render with watercolors but now do it all
in PS, using the same techniques of building layers.
On Jul 23, 12:03 pm, Aaron Nordstrom <aaronnordst...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It looks like you did your lighting in an external program in a lot of
> these...Like the 'Ratcliff foothill college'. It looks really nice,
> but I can't imagine that you went from one image to the other just
> using photoshop, am I right?
> On Jul 23, 12:42 pm, Perspectivist <rob...@rfassoc.com> wrote:
> > The first one is a SketchUp model that I import into Photoshop and
> > render. So it's basically a hybrid SketchUp/Photoshop rendering. The
> > second image is what the client gave me, which is the SketchUp model.
> > On Jul 22, 7:26 am, ladan <la_sadr...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > > Great job!
> > > on your first rendering which is a high rise , it looks like a night
> > > shot, is that sektch up? how did you render that you can see the
> > > lights in the window, the bottom one which is a day shot looks more
> > > like a sketch up rendering.
> > > I would appreciate your resepond.- Hide quoted text -
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