Holidays

Merry Christmas Everyone! Another quick post for all the students out there. When I was studying at university I tried to make the most of my free time. Now don’t get me wrong, kick back after t...

Skype Mentoring

Introduced by popular demand – I’ve now launched the 30/30 deal. I know the life of an architecture student can be tough on your finances, therefore I try to keep my pricing as reasonable as possi...

Perspective

How’s everyone doing?! It’s been a while since I’ve done a post, but I got this piece of work in recently and I couldn’t resist. I called the post “perspective” bec...

Making Models

Another quick article, this time on model making. Models were something I struggled with in 1st year. I seemed to produce models that resembled children’s dolls houses opposed to architectural m...

My bad crit (and how to avoid them)

So there I was, at the earlier stages of my project. I had a lot of work but something was missing. This is a short post on the things I did wrong and how you can avoid them. 1. I didn’t eat. I ...

Photography

A quick post on photography and it’s relation to architecture. Sometimes it can be difficult to find the right images for your renders and presentation. As you already know, crisp, clean photos ...

The art of layering

If there is one tip about rendering that I love to share, it’s my method of layering, collaging and montaging my drawings. That’s how I achieve the effect. Keep posted on the website as I&...

What computer should I buy?

First of all guys, ask yourself.. Do you want a laptop or a tower PC? I prefer a tower and a monitor myself. They usually perform quicker and are cheaper to buy. But it depends what your budget is an...

How to improve the perfect render

I get asked questions all the time on architecture tips. A challenging one came in today, how to make a perfect render even better. Architecture & Design students! I hope you find this useful!...