Architectural Rendering in Artlantis Video Tutorials

What is it?

The course goes into detail covering both exterior rendering and how to make cove lighting and backlit textures for gorgeous interior renderings. There are tons of other tips and techniques stuffed into the videos as well. 

The videos are high definition, full screen tutorials that can be watched on a computer or mobile device that teach you quickly how to use Artlantis 2, 3, 4 (and even 5).

Read on for more details.

Why Artlantis?

Artlantis is my favorite do-it-all architectural rendering program because it's so easy to use and makes beautiful images. The best thing is that it doesn't matter if you're young or old or what modeling program you're using. Artlantis is simply a joy to use. It's super easy to understand and it works with SketchUp, ArchiCad, Revit, Rhino, FormZ, Bonzai3d and many, many others. With my videos you can easily learn Artlantis.  But don't just take my word for it... These videos have already been watched over 17,000 times!

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What's Included

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Master rendering in Artlantis in no time with these HD, full screen video tutorials.
Here are the first few minutes of each video to give you a taste.

Introduction to Exterior Rendering

53 minutes

Learn how to render exterior architectural scenes using Artlantis 2, 3, 4 (or even 5). If you are new to Artlantis, this tutorial will get you up to speed with most of the major features of the program. If you're already familiar with Artlantis, there are tons of extra tips in here that will get you well on your way to the next level.

Learn how to:

  • place and adjust cameras to establish views
  • create an infinite ground plane
  • apply materials
  • adjust exterior lighting for multiple scenes
  • update the model in the scene when the design changes
  • render beautiful images
  • use Artlantis Batch for batch rendering lots of images without babysitting your computer

How to do Interior Cove Lighting and Backlighting

20 minutes

Learn how to render interior architectural scenes and make cove lighting and backlighting possible in Artlantis. There are no tube-type lights in Artlantis, so I show you the best way to get this awesome effect. The best part is that this technique works with models from any 3d modeling program.

Learn how to:

  • create the cove lighting effect
  • adjust the cove light intensity
  • place and adjust cameras to establish views
  • adjust radiosity rendering parameters for the highest quality images
  • apply and manipulate textures from your own image files
  • make stained glass look like it's being backlit 

Extra Bonus Content

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With your purchase, not only do you get instant access to the videos, but you also get: 

  • my Artlantis project scene files so you can follow along with me step by step.
  • my 3d File Format Cheat Sheet PDF so you know exactly what file format to use when going from your favorite 3d modeling program into Artlantis. No more guessing about what file format to use.

These are both FREE when you purchase the training videos!


Architectural Rendering in Artlantis
Video Tutorials

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