Posts In: Architecture

Sunlight tricks with Maxwell Render: The Bronx Museum

January 28, 2016 Customer stories 6 Comments

Hola! It's been a while but we're back now with a fascinating and very original project focused on light, architecture and time. We proudly present to you Spanish artist Raúl Valverde and his case-study making-of! Muchas gracias, Raúl :) The Artist I am…

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How to do archviz the nightnurse way

October 22, 2015 Customer stories 3 Comments

Hello everyone! This week's special guest on the blog is Swiss archviz studio nightnurse images. Earlier this year they were featured in our ArchViz Reel and for good reason - their renders are amazing, and they have been using Maxwell for…

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Fast and Frosted

May 28, 2015 Technology, Tips 16 Comments

An Efficient Method for Rendering Frosted Glass Hi Dear Friends! It's Tom here again. :) First of all, thank you so much for showing such an interest in my previous articles, I'm really happy to hear you've found them useful.…

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University of Westminster goes to Burning Man

It has been almost a year now since we started offering FREE Educational licenses to both faculty members and students. It's been great to see all the student projects and hearing about your experiences. We recently got in touch with Arthur…

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Multilight™: Everyone’s Favorite

Save an infinite number of images under different lighting conditions with just ONE render?  Make lighting animations from a single render?  No extra render time?  This is Multilight! Maxwell Multilight is an oldie but a goodie and has proven to be a…

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Maxwell Render ArchViz Reel

Nowadays Maxwell Render is used by a whole range of creative people across many industries, from visual effects and animation to product design and even fine art. But many of the first Maxwell users who saw its potential came from…

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