The Complete Architecture Series

With July now behind us, the architecture tutorial series is now complete!

If you missed any of the tutorials you can view them on the links below:

Create a High Rise Building

Create a Realistic Kitchen

I hope you enjoyed the series! Next month’s topic will be announced at the start of next week.

About Andrew Price

User of Blender for 9+ years. I've written tutorials for 3d World Magazine and spoken at three Blender conferences. My goal is to help artists get employed in the industry by making training accessible and easy to understand. I'm an Aussie and I live in South Korea ;)
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  • Viktoria S.

    I love your tutorials. And I am wondering if you could do a tutorial how to model a simple house for example something like on this page I am interested especially how would you mode the windows with round tops.
    Regards: Viktoria

  • http://None Raven Whitehawk


    On April 8th of This year you posted a Comment about how to make an Arch for the Top of a Door way for your 1940′s Building you wanted to Model. There is this Video Tutorial I used last year sometime on just how to do that but using a Curve. The Tutorial is for Blender Version 2.48 but I think it can still be done with Version 2.57. If you are interested here is the Link for the Website.

    I hope this Helps.

    Raven Whitehawk

  • doug

    hey i have a quick question. im modeling an old brick building from the 1940s and i was just wondering how to make an arch for the top of a door way. or for an old window frame type thing? im not sure if its possible to curve a line(vertices if you want to call it that). thank you

  • Tusher

    I learning a blender

  • manucarlos

    hey dude jus spent two days finishing up my render using your tutorial you can find it here, sorry about the length but my comp uses coal for fuel so the rendering took 4ever… comments are appreciated.

  • Cris

    Justin, if you do a Google search, you’ll see you can change out icons, but I have not heard of changing out textures…we’ll see what Andrew says. :)

  • Justin

    I know that you can change the color of the buttons, headers, backgrounds, etc. in the interface. Is there a way to add textures, and/or materials in order to have something like glass buttons, a textured header, or a brick wall background?

  • luis

    I was looking for architectural rendering tutorials for a long time. This one was great I hope there will come more…
    thank you.