Terrain sculpting tools in UE4 provide a very smooth experience and with addition of alpha brushes you can get pretty realistic detail. However sculpting large-scale believable terrains is a time consuming process and you need a keen eye for how the terrain is formed in the real world.
Sneak peek on technical details and problems we needed to solve during the process of creation of our second VR scene.
Since the reveal of our "Parisian apartment" project, we were asked by our clients about our abilities to create an exterior scene. This is our take on it.
Being completely free with the images and their art direction is something you don't get a chance to do every day.
Receiving the source files meas only one thing: categorizing, cleaning, purging, repairing and remodelling. No matter who the client is, no matter what software they use, it's always necessary to get the geometry fixed to avoid possible and probable issues during the later stages. We also spend hours on studying local characteristics - typical country colors, people, cars, road marks, atmospheres - to bring them into the image and to create a believable story.
First days of 2021 brought us into a world of covid quarantine - but it doesn't mean we are on hiatus! Despite of forced home offices, we managed to develop something to catapult us to a new heights: VIrtual reality presentation!
Thanks to the situation during the lockdown, Lukas found some precious spare time to work on a dream project. Have a look how he made it!
We're happy to announce a redesign of our website! The site is now organized into 2 main sections - STUDIO and STORE. Read on to get to know more!
Just going out to a store to buy food does feel like wilderness these days, don’t you think? :-D I’m a bit exaggerating, but still who would have thought in early March that we would go through such a global crisis? Here at Flyingachitecture, we wanted to reach out to you and share what it’s been like for us so far.
So I came with an idea of a fucking flying house over the dinosaur site somewhere in Mexico. How crazy is that?
"Thanks" to the Covid-19 which is spreading all over the world like crazy, it's safer for all of us to stay at home. Let us offer you something to cover this area - it's the least we can do for you.
Wrapping up our FlyingArchitecture Emotion workshop called "Back to the roots" - photos, citations, output images and more.
Some of our products are too big to be distributed as a single file. That's why we have to split these archives and this is a way ho to properly extract and use them.
It's 4 AM and heavy rain makes a calming noise on the glazing and roof of the hallway. Edward is still sleeping, but suddenly a squeaking noise coming from the outside wakes him up...