This video is a step-by-step walk through of how to create client perspectives/renders using Twinmotion. I use a base model from Sketchup, but most of the learnings of this video will also translate to other packages like Revit and Rhino as we cover all of the basics of Twinmotion rendering.
Part 1 (this video) shows techniques for understanding and developing your Materials, Assets and Lansdcape. Part 2 (the next video) shows lighting, camera setup and exporting.
The case study house shown here for educational purposes is the Ruckers Hill House by Studio Bright Architects.
This video was made on Whadjuk Noonga Boodja, for my first-year students at Curtin University architecture school in Perth, Australia.
If you’d like to see some of the student outcomes, check them out here at chrismewburn.com/teaching