From November 20th to 27th, it's Cyber Week at RebusFarm and
you get a 50% Discount on your Purchase!
Blender has you covered if you're looking to turn your animated creations into attractive videos. We'll walk you through every step of the process, from setting up your animation to optimizing your rendering for the most efficient results, in this blog post. We'll make sure the following guide is not only informative but also easy to follow to render your animation as a video in Blender.
In the fast-paced and competitive landscape of the hospitality industry, staying ahead of the curve is essential. 3D modeling designs are the game-changing technology that is reshaping the way hotels and vacation rentals attract and engage guests.
In this article, we will explore the profound impact of 3D modeling on booking experiences and delve into its various applications within the hospitality sector.
RebusFarm is elated to introduce a groundbreaking advancement in render farming, taking the concept of a render farm-in-your-desktop to new heights. We've reimagined and refined our render software, making it smarter, more convenient, and faster than ever before.
Have you ever heard the term 'render farm' and wondered what it is? This article will explain, in detail, what a render farm is and how it works.
A render farm is a computer system/data center that is specialized in the calculation of computer-generated images (CGI). It's mainly used to create films, visual effects, as well as, architectural visualizations. Read our article for an in-depth explanation.
3D artists of all levels and industries always debate about the best 3D software to bring their brilliant concepts to life. Two of the most discussed ones are Blender and Cinema 4D, which is why we decided to take a very close look at these two.
Everybody loves a good success story, and we here at the Rebus render farm are no exception. We are therefore proud to present Rustom Tamayo as our November 2023 3D Artist of the Month. Widely recognized as a breakout talent, Rustom has won over the hearts and minds of the archviz community, standing as living proof that hard work and dedication still pay off.In our interview, Rustom recounts his eventful professional history, talks light and shadows, and using archviz as an opinion piece.
An inspired project by the classic sci-fi TV series "Lost In Space" from 1965, made by Luiz Fernando, a Brazilian architect and 3D artist. This is a making-of article you shouldn't avoid reading as you can collect many modeling and composition tips that help you transform an enjoyable moment of watching TV into a personal project for your portfolio. Enjoy the article!
The first image of a trilogy, inspired by the epical movie "The Lord of The Rings", was created and presented by Jaime Diaz Alvarez. A storytelling scenario in the magic woods of the Shire within a dangerous and dark ambiance all around. Read and explore how an artist gets inspired and starts creating his own story. Enjoy!