Loving @blue__arc's beautiful render of a house overlooking a lake created in Autodesk 3ds Max. Swipe through 👉
Would you live in @fillipefarias3d's castle on top of a mountain?
We'd love to spend a lazy Saturday here. Thanks @the_faction_cgi for the amazing render.
Who wants to take a dip in this pool? 🏊 😎 @lucidimage.com.au's render was created in Autodesk 3ds Max.
Look closely at @_tyflow_'s incredible animation where the particle color is driven by its height within the flow.
Wednesday stringing you along like... Thanks @emty01 for this amazing animation created in Arnold for Autodesk Maya.
BIM/CIM is the way to go for Japan's construction industry, but why aren't all builders using it? Click the link in our bio to learn more.
Loving this mesmerizing animation by @emty01 made in Arnold for Autodesk Maya.
Feeling very at peace with @marc_mons's Swing Beach Seascape made in Autodesk Maya.
We're buggin' out over @avhaz's render made in Autodesk 3ds Max.
The foundation of all manufacturing: Witness the tactile precision of the manual lathe and mill.
Something about watching @the_french_monkey's balancing monowheel is so satisfying. What do you think?
People who build things physically generally tend to be the best designers. Click the link in our bio to learn more.
@oscarherry3d created this work titled Floaty Misty using Autodesk Maya. Swipe through 👉
A hub for architects to collaborate, @tahaazimi's project was created in Autodesk 3ds Max.
Swipe through and see @mohammadjokar's beautiful render of an indoor pool made in Autodesk 3ds Max.
Created for a proposal of a small cafeteria with a fresh tropical concept, Cana de Miel was created in Autodesk Revit. (@alanramirezrmz @acasadediseno @ml_diseno)
One man, his machine, and a mission to take Kenya’s Jua Kali manufacturing sector to the next level. Click the link in our bio to learn more.
@vale.studio's render is based on a waterfront mixed-use development named Krøyers Plads in Copenhagen, Denmark.
An incurable optimist, artist, and educator, Wendell Castle left a lasting legacy in the art-furniture movement. Click the link in our bio to learn more.