I’m sure you are really busy with architecture stuff, but I’m here with another post to share with you! But first, I have a question. What makes a render look really nice? Any takers…? Well, there’s the modeling, lighting, and ….. (yeah, you guessed it) textures. Renderings without textures lack flavor and spice! I know what your thinking: can’t I just download the textures from google? You’re absolutely right, you can. However, Google doesn’t always guarantee quality when retrieving images to use. Here are some websites that can give you an abundance of textures. Go check them out down below!
Disclaimer: Get your jump drives ready!
- Psdbox has a stock of textures and photoshop brushes. It also has a great inventory of tutorials and all things photoshop
- Want 350 free textures packs? Yeah me too! Click on this post from Design.tuts and you should get 350 wood textures/packs3. Want another 500 Free Texture Packs, this is the post for you. Click here to download 500 free textures from Behance.4. Need 20 Free Realistic Rusty Metal Logo Mockup Textures for a random grunge look? Well, I will leave this right here for you!
5. Here is a list of extra CG textures from VRay World for you to check out!
- 6. Texture mate also has an inventory of textures! Check it out!
7. Here is the 300+ Tileable Wooden Textures! This link is the ultimate wood texture pack. You’re welcome!
Alright Huskies, I hope this post gave you a lot of free resources and textures! There are plenty of other sites. I will make post more sources to go to for more textures. Good luck and put these textures to good use! Thank you!
Really nice slick textures (good for business cards or portfolios)
Hello Northeastern Huskies!
I hope the title excites you just as much as it excites me! Really nice models can be hard to come by, but I managed to find some places that you can download some 3d models to spice up renderings.
- 3D Model Free consists of categories depending on the scene that you are trying to find to create the perfect scene. The name of the website says it all.
- Syncronia is a free 3D model website that not only provides the model itself, but also the DWG file. How awesome is that? If there are any specialty items that has to be on your plan, this website is everything. All you need to do is sign up and register with a free account. It’s just that simple!
- Another great website with an abundance of 3D models is Archive 3D. It has thousands of free 3D models that are unbelievably amazing. If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself.
- Finally, My Creative Daddy has a free download of 45 chairs and stools. Get it now!
Thank you for visiting H.A.R.S.! I hope this post gave you a lot of free furniture! Enjoy!
Hello Fellow Huskies!
Want to improve your software skills, portfolio design, or learn more about becoming a better student? These websites will fulfill all of your needs! No matter if you are freshmen or a senior, this website can be beneficial! First in Architecture is a great website for any architecture students.
Another great website is this, which was made by an architecture teacher. Digital tools for Architects is extremely helpful for anyone who is using Rhino and SketchUp, and who needs an introduction to basic rendering principles. Tutorials for Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator are included.
Hello fellow Huskies!
Have you ever searched for images to use, but worried about copyright regulations? Well this post is for you! Here are a few sources you can check out for at pixabay, unsplash, and morguefile. No need to fret about the images you use because the are free for commercial use
Enjoy! Stay tuned for the next post.
Are you looking to spice up your model photos and renderings? Here are some awesome links to check out →
The easiest way to find cutout people or objects is to: Go on google images>search>people png. This is no always the best way due to quality and resolution, but it is nice and quick.
- Immediate entourage is an amazing inventory to find cutout people, structures, animals. Enjoy!
- Vishopper is another resource that includes cutout people, vegetation, skies, and backgrounds. You can even buy cutout bundles if you want!
- Gobotree has some Cutout groups of people and cut out plants. Enjoy!
- Viz-people is an inventory full of free people, 3d models, skies, and textures. Enjoy!
- Xoio-Air is a great studio that was nice enough to give free cutout people and textures. Check out theit work here.
- Juan Carlos Ramos is an architect, who was kind enough to provide free stuff on his website. Check out his work here.
- Skalgubbar is a really cool cutout inventory created by Teodor Javanaud Emdén. You can find an abundance of cutout people. Enjoy!
8. Looking for cutout silhouettes? All-silhouettes is the place to find everything you are looking for!
9. MrCutout is the ultimate website to find all cutout people. It is super convenient because it is organized in specific categories.
10. PSDbox always have the greatest resources in one place. If you are looking for plants in particular, you should probably check this out!
Well here are the links to the cutout people/ objects. I hope that this will be useful to all of you! Please check out these websites to see if you can use them for commercial use and make sure you give credit to the website/person if you are using these cutouts! Thanks.
Welcome to the Huskies Architectural Resources for Students (H.A.R.S.)
After being at Northeastern for a bit, I realize that to be a successful architecture student you have to know how to do things efficiently. This is an inventory for Northeastern University Architecture students to find resources on a variety of architecture resources. This site has architecture tutorials from different websites for students to improve their skills. We always depend on our peers to help us with learning how to do things, so this is another way to do so.
This resource center is for all of us, to improve our skills for possible internships (besides the co-ops) and to have a life outside of the studio.
Disclaimer: I do not own any of these tutorials. The credit goes to its respective owner/website. I simply provide links to the tutorials and resources for your benefit!