Create & Design a Modern 3D House in Blender 2.8

Stephen Pearson

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40 Lessons (3h 57m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:13
    • 2. Downloading Blender

      0:41
    • 3. Blender Basics

      13:36
    • 4. Saving Your Blender File

      1:24
    • 5. Modeling the First Floor

      9:29
    • 6. Modeling the Second Floor

      8:50
    • 7. Modeling the Side Wall

      5:49
    • 8. Creating the Ground and Pool

      9:12
    • 9. Creating the Backwall

      2:32
    • 10. Creating the Pool

      6:00
    • 11. Beveling Everything

      3:43
    • 12. First Floor Materials

      9:26
    • 13. Second Floor Materials

      4:20
    • 14. Brick Concrete and Pool Materials

      10:36
    • 15. HDR and Sun Light

      6:31
    • 16. Pool Lights

      4:17
    • 17. Exterior Lights

      6:16
    • 18. Interior Lights

      5:54
    • 19. Adding Models to the First Floor

      9:05
    • 20. Adding Models to the Second Floor

      4:33
    • 21. Adding the Plants

      4:47
    • 22. Grass Vertex Group

      3:02
    • 23. Creating the Particle System

      3:33
    • 24. Grass Material

      4:35
    • 25. Adding the Final Models

      7:12
    • 26. Adding Stairs to our Scene

      13:10
    • 27. Creating the Blinds

      9:35
    • 28. Render Settings

      3:00
    • 29. Denoise Node

      4:09
    • 30. Post Processing in Photoshop

      5:03
    • 31. Modeling the Tree

      7:53
    • 32. Adding the Materials

      10:17
    • 33. Exporting the Tree

      2:18
    • 34. Modeling & Sculpting the Couch

      11:23
    • 35. Base of the Couch

      2:51
    • 36. Materials & Exporting

      6:01
    • 37. Getting Started in Eevee

      3:38
    • 38. Fixing the Materials

      3:27
    • 39. Final Adjustments

      2:28
    • 40. Post Processing

      4:05
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About This Class

Do you want to learn how to create stunning photorealistic 3D architectural renders in Blender?  Do you want to be able to digitally recreate your own house in Blender? By the end of this course you will have made a beautiful 3D modern house. The first section of this course will be focused on modeling our modern house. Over the next couple sections we will be adding materials, textures, modelings and lighting to our scene. I will then show you how to render your image and post process it. And because I am nice I will show you how to edit your image in Photoshop as well!

Learning Blender can be very hard when you first start that's why I built this course for all levels beginner to advanced. I will be showing you step by step on what to do and why we do it. From the basics of modeling to advanced techniques like creating grass with particle systems.

I have also included 3 bonus sections in this course. The first one is creating a realistic tree in Blender. We will go through how to create an organic looking tree, apply textures and use particle systems to create the branches. 

The second bonus I will show you how to create a modern couch in Blender. First thing we will do is model and sculpt it. This will add some creases to make it more realistic. Then, of course, the materials and rendering.

The last section of the course we will jump into the real time render engine Eevee and learn how to render our scene.  Eevee is a real time render engine in Blender 2.80 and you will learn how it works, how to set up the render and make the materials look good. 

I will be giving away 13 professionally made models and 5 high resolution textures. You are free to use these models for other scenes but you are not allowed to sell or upload them. By enrolling in this course you agree those conditions. 

What you’ll learn

  • Create their own architectural renders using Blender
  • Texture and make realistic materials for their own scenes.
  • Work comfortably in Blender

Are there any class requirements or prerequisites?

  • Students need to have Blender installed on their computer.
  • It is recommended that you have a computer mouse.
  • Prior knowledge about Blender will be useful but not required. 

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to learn about Blender, 3d, architectural rendering, or photorealism.
  • We will be using the following programs in this course.

Programs Used in this Class:

  • Blender 3D
  • Photoshop

I hope you are excited to jump into this course! And I can't wait to see your amazing renders!

Thanks

Stephen