iClone: Bringing your architecture to life

'Tis the season... for software competitions! The folks at Reallusion (the talented makers of iClone) have recently launched the Bring Your Architecture to Life SketchUp & iClone Rendering Contest. With a combination of realistic materials, detailed landscape entourage objects, spiffy lighting effects and full-fledges animation, iClone is a really nice way to present your models.



If you use SketchUp on a Windows computer, you should definitely give iClone a whirl. The material incentives for entering this competition are substantial; An iPad, a Sony Cyber-shot digicam, SketchUp Pro 8 and plenty of other goodies await the winners.

The deadline for entering is midnight on December 15th, 2010. Visit the contest page on the Reallusion website for more details. Also wander over to this thread on SketchUcation—you'll find links to tutorials and advice that should give you a jump-start, if you need one.

Posted by Aidan Chopra, SketchUp Evangelist

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3 comments :

Henrique said...

Lancem uma versão de sketchup para Linux.
Não pode ser tão difícil assim.

Tim said...

Aidan is that you!! Too cool, you're a SketchUp Evangelist. Anyway, I was just checking out SketchUp for doing a house design. From looking at it (a few minutes) I'm guessing I have to find some house material templates. Especially, if i don't want to recreate walls, windows etc.

Tim

Alabama Knitter said...

What about Apple?? OS 10.6?? A lot of us like to work with a stable system.