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Architectural Design & Animation in Blender

Design & Create Architectural Animations in Blender - 3D Graphics in Blender - Full project - 3D Modeling in Blender
Instructor:
Thomas McDonald
2.555 estudiantes matriculados
English [Auto-generated]
Create 3D Models & layouts in Blender and Animate the Scene
Light your scene with Environment textures in Blender & achieve real world lighting conditions
Use the Archipack add-on and quickly create architectural elements inside Blender
Develop your design abilities inside Blender and complete projects fast and efficiently

Welcome to the course architectural design and animation in blender. In this course you’ll be learning how to layout the design and create photo realistic animations of this modern house. This is a great skill to have especially for 3D artists creating their own works and those who want to create architectural structures and models.   

We begin by laying out the 2D floor plan, an essential step for those looking to control the design aspect of their projects. 

The next step is to take the floor plan and begin the 3D modelling part of this project. This step includes the Archipack add-on that assists in the creation of walls, doors and windows to quickly assemble the structure. Once the structure is in place we will add a high dynamic range image to help light the scene. This lighting will help us achieve real world lighting conditions to view our material. We also look at capturing the suns light and the shadows it creates as it passes over the house.

This leads us into materials and textures where you will learn to use Blenders PBR material shader to create a realistic looking 3D model. This is really important skill to have when creating architectural scenes in Blender.

We look at more advanced techniques including creating grass using the particle system and creating trees using the sapling add-on. 

We complete this section by rendering out a photo realistic image.

The next stage is the fun part where we prepare the model for animation. We make the house appear slowly using boolean modifiers and I will show you a great feature for quickly previewing how the animation looks before a full render. 

Finally we use render layers to speed up rendering and take a look at the compositor in Blender to put the elements back together.

 

Content and Overview

Archipack: Learn to create 3D parametric Architectural elements

Archimesh: Learn to quickly create large window elements for your scene

Sun position: Create Sun animations with this great add-on for Blender

MeasureIt: Create, Dimension and Render your Layouts using this amazing add-on for Blender 3D.

3D Model Grass and use Blender’s particle system to add it throughout the scene.

Creating Trees using the Sapling add-on in Blender

Using Blender’s PBR shader Create custom Material for your 3D models.

Rendering

Setup Render layers in Blender 

Explore Blender’s Compositor for post processing and much more!

Learn how to design in this amazingly powerful 3D production suite and start designing architectural 3D models, design for 3D games, design unique 3D assets, design for 3D printed objects, or create amazing art work.

Architectural visualization in Blender will allow you to impress your clients with photo realistic animations and images of their proposed designs.

The course is designed for practical learning and will walk you step by step through the process of creating 2D drawings to creating custom 3D models. Discover the Archipack add-on in Blender, try the new PBR capabilities as we add materials, lighting, and cameras to the scene .When you complete this course you will be able to use Blender as the complete drafting and 3D visualization package. With the latest release of Blender there has never been a better time to get your creativity flowing.

The lessons are taught with practical examples and aimed at completing the architectural design project. Learning Blender doesn’t need to be difficult and you should enjoy the journey as you create some amazing architectural renders and 3D models.

Unleash your Creative side
Open Blender and be amazed at the possibilities. Discover a new world of creativity. Blender is free, and constantly improving to deliver industry standard tools. It has a strong online community just waiting to be discovered.

So jump in and start creating today!

Introduction

1
Introduction
2
Short cut PDF for download
3
Getting your copy of Blender
4
Enabling Addons
5
Units of Measurement
6
Height Maps

Creating the Outlines

1
Base of House
2
Dimensions
3
Camera Setups
4
Building Outline
5
Internal Walls
6
Internal Doorways
7
Window Positions
8
Doorways
9
Stairs Outline
10
Rendering Outline using MeasureIt
11
First Floor Layout
12
First Floor Position
13
Front Elevation
14
Elevation Detail
15
Detailing Elevation

3D Modeling & Add-ons

1
Introduction to ArchiPack
2
Creating External Doors with Archipack
3
Creating Internal Walls with Archipack
4
Internal DoorWays
5
Creating Ground Floor Windows using Archipack
6
Creating Large Windows using Archimesh
7
Creating First Floor Walls using Archipack
8
Balcony Area
9
First Floor Doors using Archipack
10
Creating First Floor Windows
11
Creating a Stair Case using Archipack
12
Creating Floors using Archipack in Blender
13
Create a Balcony Railing using Archipack
14
Creating a Roof
15
First Floor Door
16
Tiding Up
17
Lighting using HDRI's
18
Introduction to Sun Position

Material

1
Introduction to Material
2
Glass Material
3
Window Material
4
Railing Material
5
Door Material
6
Glass Door Material using the principled PBR shader in Blender
7
Concrete Base
8
Creating a PBR Roof Material
9
External Wall Render using procedural textures
10
Creating a Lanscape
11
External Wall & Door
12
Stone Particles
13
Modelling Entrance Stone & Tiles
14
Using the particle system in Blender to create Grass
15
Creating External Paving
16
Using the Sapling Add-on to Create Trees
17
Rendering an Image

Setting Up for Animation

1
Preparing Walls
2
Combining Doors
3
Using Boolean Modifiers to create an Animation in Blender
4
Adding an Image for Animation
5
Setting Up the Camera
6
Render Layers in Blender
7
Compositing Layers in Blender

Bonus Section

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Bonus Lectures
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