The reason for deciding to work in this area was basically because I love how a project comes to life in 3D. I like all 3D areas, from games to Arch-Viz to VFX but am specializing in Arch-Viz.
I never regret the hard work, investigation, and trial and error that I have gone through. I think the best is to experiment and exchange ideas as well as information with other users.
At first I really didn't like Archviz, I found it very difficult at the time, but through the struggle of having to learn how to do it because my situation depended on it at the time sparked a passion for it, I have been an archviz artist mainly over the last 2 years and my desire to do what I do grows more everyday.
I love the architecture and 3D. now it's like half of my heart. They can not be separated. I will always follow it and never changed.
The biggest problem that I always encounter is the time frame, most people do not understand why rendering is so time-consuming, even my boss cannot fully understand why with such a powerful computer I have is still not enough to not leave my computer running till next morning
Getting to know 3ds Max , was one of the best decisions I've ever made in my life and as my own idea, I wish I started learning it much earlier.
Starting 3d you first feel excitement of something new and challenging. I personally believe that no matter what difficulties you meat on the road, the most important is never to give up, to search for solutions on professional forums and always to have passion for what you are doing.
I am glad I chose architecture studies, however I would work with 3d immediately after graduation instead of typical architectural job. Although I learned a lot designing and now is easy to understand other projects.
As an architect, at the university I realized how much importance 3d visualization has for architectural projects, this is mainly what pushed me to increase my knowledge about this field.
There is something about taking a building design, and then transforming that design into a visually pleasing artistic impression. It is also great to see clients that do not understand how to visualise architectural drawings, get involved and excited to see the end product before they even start to build their development.
For every project I come up with a position that would create a masterpiece. I do not make a difference in the styles of the project, the size of the premises.
Lot of my inspiration comes from various architectural websites. All the time I try to keep up with the latest projects and news in area of architecture and engineering.