Facebook Fan Page: Your best renders

151Likes-Yheu-ShenChua-Maxwell.Photoshop
Winner "Likes" Category / Yheu-Shen Chua

Some days ago we asked you, through our Facebook Fan Page, to submit your best . After seeing more than 350 amazing renders, the ArchDaily team selected the best 10 (in no particular order). Also, as we told you before, we have a special category with the five renders that received more “likes” through . As we said in the rules, we only allowed one submission per person, so for the ones who submitted many, we only took the first one. Also, we asked for the programs used in the , so we also left out the ones who didn’t told us.

Choosing 10 from 350 was extremely difficult and we are aware that we left some great renders behind, so we strongly recommend you to visit our Fan Page (if you haven’t already) and have a look at all the pictures submitted by our readers. Believe us, you will see some really good work. Remember to keep visiting our Facebook Fan Page, become a Fan if you’re still not one, and prepare yourself for more competitions. See the results, after the break.

The best 10 (in alphabetical order)

Armir Shapllo / Rhino-VRay:

ArmirShapllo-rhino-vray

Dainius Grakauskas / 3ds Max-Digital Fusion-VRay:

DainiusGrakauskas-3dsmax-digitalfusion-vray

Pablo Berardi / 3ds Max-Maxwell:

PabloBerardi-3dsmax-maxwell

Paweł Załęski / Autocad-3ds Max-VRay-Photshop:

PawełZałęski-Autocad-3dmax-vray-photoshop

Peter Guthrie / Sketchup-3ds Max-VRay-Lightroom:

PeterGuthrie-sketchup-3dsmax-vray-lightroom

Rodrigo Lugo / 3ds Max-VRay:

RodrigoLugo-3dsmax-vray

Ronen Bekerman / Sketchup-3ds Max-VRay:

RonenBekerman-sketchup-3dmax-vray

Rustam Isanchurin / 3ds Max-VRay-Photoshop:

RustamIsanchurin-3dsmax-vray-photoshop

Vasiliy Chaban / 3ds Max-VRay-Photoshop:

VasiliyChaban-3dsmax-vray-photoshop

Vuk Djordjevic / Autocad-3ds Max-VRay-Photoshop:

VukDjordjevic-autocad-3dsmax-vray-photoshop

Top 5 “Likes”

5. Ken Beheim-Schwarzbach / 3ds Max-Photoshop / 71 Likes:

71Likes-KenBeheim-Schwarzbach-3dmax.Photoshop

4. Trond Greve Andersen / Lightwave-Photoshop / 72 Likes:

72Likes-TrondGreveAndersen-Lightwave.Photoshop

3. Alessandro Mazza / Rhino-VRay-3ds Max / 77 Likes:

77Likes-AlessandroMazza-Rhino.Vray.3dmax

2. Miguel Sebastián Ortiz Figueroa / Rhino-Maxwell-Photoshop / 109 Likes:

109Likes-MiguelSebastianOrtizFigueroa-Rhino.MaxwellRender.Photoshop

1. Yheu-Shen Chua / Maxwell-Photoshop / 151 Likes:

151Likes-Yheu-ShenChua-Maxwell.Photoshop

Cite: Jordana, Sebastian. "Facebook Fan Page: Your best renders" 09 Oct 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed 20 Apr 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=37399>

50 comments

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    I see lots of talent in ArchDaily’s readers, great contest and my congratulations to all!

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    Great work! I kind of like more the people’s chosen ones, seem more related to architecture than design to me, with exceptions of course.

    Congrats to the winners!

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      We are waiting to see your incredible work…

      Congratulations to all the selected ones, real nice work.

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    Thnx alot guys! It’s really a honor to be in the top 10! I’ll post a high ress link for the image since its much more detailed!

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      I think that Revit alone dont have photoreal render capability. Most of these images are rendered through specialized render engines like vray or maxwell, which are plugins to other 3d apps like 3dsmax, Cinema4d, Rhino, sketchup, etc. You can export your revit models to one of these apps, and then work with plugins like vray, maxwell, brazil, etc, but to get an instant realistic render you should learn these softwares first, which may or may not be easy to you.

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        I think the best option for someone new to rendering is to try SketchUP along with one of the render engines that works with it.

        With SketchUP free and the options of VRay, Maxwell Render, Fryrender and all the other free render engines… It has become a very versatile tool.

        You can find more information about this in my blog at http://www.ronenbekerman.com were i post about the use of all this apps in our daily work as architectural visualizers

        Cheers

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    hey there! it’s very interesting to see that v-ray is the most used render-plugin (followed by maxwell). but you don’t even get a realistic image if you don’t build it detailed in 3D. so congratulation to “all the winners” and respect for the time you spent on.

    i don’t understand what’s special on mr. Yheu-Shen Chua’s rendering? imo it’s an extraordinary builing, but that’s all. can anyone explain?!

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      I noticed the spelling mistakes also, But it doesn’t matter that much. People can still read it. lol

      I will be back for more articles myself. Was it photoshop you used for your work.

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