[86% Off] Lumion11. Learn to render with Mies Van Der Rohe!!
Duration: 4.5 hours
Bring your projects to life in Lumion11! Render your 3D models and get incredible photorealistic images.
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In this LUMION 11 course we will start from an initiation level to finish finishing the course by mastering the program at an expert level. We will learn all the tools of LUMION 11 such as: libraries, materials, landscape, weather, animations, sunlight, fx effects, animated phasing, post-production and much more. It is a very complete course equivalent to 20 teaching hours where theory and practice go hand in hand through numerous exercises that will increase in complexity as more knowledge is acquired. It is designed to end with an expert knowledge about the Lumion that will allow us to face any project successfully, no matter how complex it may be.
My way of teaching consists of first explaining the theory of the tools, so that later the student can repeat the same steps that are shown in the videos and is able to master the program. Likewise, exercises are proposed at the end of each module and a final exercise to definitively learn to use the program correctly.
LUMION is a rendering program that has revolutionized the 3D viewing software market due to its ease of use, as well as the speed and quality of its renderings. It is a program designed for architects, urban planners, landscapers, engineers, draftsmen, surveyors, interior designers, product designers and actually any professional in the design sector. It stands out, unlike other rendering programs for its intuitive interface and for the fact that it performs a preview of the render in real time, which allows working with a deep knowledge of how my transformations affect the model the moment they are applied.