Phantasia 2: The book, where our works have been appreciated and published

Phantasia 2: The book, where our works have been appreciated and published

Our guys from FlyingArchitecture studio have been covered in the new book published by Maxarea: Phantasia 2. The book is dedicated to CGI artists from Czech R. and Slovakia, but unfortunately they do not ship it outside these two countries yet, if You were interested in getting that. (Now you feel the hurt which we undergo daily when trying to play "USA-only" restricted content on Youtube...) Just kidding. I am sure there is a way how to get the book, let me know if You are interested in the comments area ;)

Phantasia 2: The book, where our works have been appreciated and published

Phantasia 2: The book, where our works have been appreciated and published

Above: Stefan from FlyingArchitecture.

Stefan is one of the best CGI archviz artists I know worldwide. He is truly passionate about what he does and he certainly fell in love with the workflow we maintain if FA. Kudos for what he is able to achieve in his artworks.

Phantasia 2: The book, where our works have been appreciated and published

Phantasia 2: The book, where our works have been appreciated and published

Above: Matus from FlyingArchitecture.

Matus is unfortunately more in the management part of the business now, but when he manages his time for making images, he finds his Nirvana there.

If you want to see some images we produced for wither commercial clients, personal projects, or competitions, visit our architectural visualization portfolio here.

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