The second issue of the dedicated architectural visualisation magazine 3Disciple is out now.
The publication was created at the end of 2019 by Nigel Hunt, co-founder of SiNi Software, to showcase the work of visualization artists and studios, exchange tips and tricks, offer industry insights, and share information about SiNi plugins.
Issue Two continues the artist-centric theme, featuring 29 artists and studios, from one-person freelancers to some of the largest archviz brand names in the world.
The 120-page magazine also includes an 18-page SiNi tutorial, covering a single project from start to finish. This is divided into 7 parts from cleaning up and preparing imported BIM models, to exporting to Chaos Groups Project Lavina and Unreal Engine. The print version comes with the 3ds Max project files (2020 or 2017) for readers that want to follow along.
The magazine also includes an interview with Lon Groh from Chaos Group on their past, present, and future of rendering.
Digital editions cost £2.99 and a print version, which includes the tutorial assets, costs £11.99. Find out more and see a preview on the 3Disciple website.