Swedish arch viz company uses V-Ray to render design for US’s tallest building
Axel Guzman on fun floorplans for everything from Brooklyn Nine-Nine to Silicon Valley
NUKE warfare: William Bartlett helms title sequence for alt-history TV series
Fine art meets arch viz in this seductive, painterly imagery
Tour a haunted house with IAMSTATIC's end credits sequence.
We talk to this Polish artist about his spectacular architectural images.
The rebellious studio which is turning arch viz upside down.
Unit Image cooks up CGI for TV station ad.
East meets west in this artist’s stunning work.
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The mad mechs return in Blur Studio's trailer.
The powerful computers designing high-performance two-wheelers
How Framestore Nuked Spectre’s title sequence.
How SoA went from five guys in a room to one of the world’s most revered arch viz institutes.
How V-Ray 3.4 brings realistic metallic and glistening surfaces to life.
Breathing life into the show's ferocious fire-breathing CG beasts.
We talk to visualization director Knut Ramstad about this exciting company and its work on the world’s busiest airport.
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Fire, Smoke, Liquid and Ocean Simulations Now Possible Directly in Maya
The all-new V-Ray 3 for SketchUp has been redesigned for architects who want to focus on design without all the technical settings.
V-Ray 3.5 for 3ds Max is here, and it’s fast. Our new Adaptive Lights algorithm speeds renders up to seven times faster on some scenes. If you’re a V-Ray 3.x customer, this update is free and available now.
A whole new perspective on the show's iconic opening sequence.
Iloura uses V-Ray to render effects for massive skirmish sequence.
Conspiracy theories and cyborgs clash in Adam Jensen’s latest adventure.
How Zodiak Kids show “Floogals” is pushing the boundaries of CG in TV for tots.
How this Swedish effects house breathed life into David Sandberg's bonkers vision.
Nature and science collide in this award-winning advertising campaign.
Feeling blue: How this London-based architectural visualization studio brought Messy's crazy world to life.