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Exterior Visualization with Blender 2.9-From Beginner to Pro



3d Architectural Visualization with blender’s 3d latest Software.


This course covers in a very simple way how to make architectural visualization masterpieces with the blender software. You will learn to design Different scenes from scratch. This course has been designed to help anyone who has little or no knowledge of the Blender Software or perhaps anyone who wants to improve their existing 3d design skills. We start off this course by learning simple ways to set up your scene, identifying important features, learning to organize your project and so much more.

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The software used for the 3d modeling in this course is blender 2.8(or any later version 2.81, 2.82 or 2.83). This course is been regularly been updated based on recommendations and ideas from students on what to create. It has been designed to meet the needs of those who either haven’t used Blender software at all, have an understanding of the software interface, or perhaps make use of other software programs and want to learn to use blender.

In this course, you will learn how to make


3d models

Materials and texturing

Scene lighting

3d Rendering


Improve your Creativity within the 3d space

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The course has been set up to help students improve continuously, you can greatly benefit from the Q&A sessions by asking questions, you can as well share your final renders or work in progress with your instructor and community at large.

Who this course is for:

  • 3d Modeling
  • architecture
  • Users of other 3d software Programs that want to make use of a blender.

What you’ll learn

  • Blender
  • Architecture
  • 3d animation
  • 3D Rendering
  • 3ds Max
  • v-ray
  • Photorealistic

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  • There are no prerequisites to this course, You would simply need to install blender 2.8 or any later version from blender’s official website
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