Stormy Garden

No, notwithstanding the headline, this won’t be a post about US politics. Rather, this is just a quick update on test-driving the latest version of FStorm. I first loaded up my garden scene to test FStorm’s latest VRAM-management tricks and to try out GeoPatterns, a new tool that allows you to scatter tiling geometry on … Continued

Psycho to go

Et voilà, in time to celebrate the release of V-Ray Next, Psycho is now up for sale here. It is my first full-scale scene to have been made from scratch with V-Ray GPU in mind. Use it and abuse it if you feel so inclined, but remember it was rendered on a 1080ti with 11GB … Continued


Over the past few weeks, I’ve been testing V-Ray Next GPU on just one 1080ti and this is the result of these experiments. The speed is obviously a huge improvement on the CPU (and on older V-Ray RT running on the GPU). V-Ray Next has also made a huge jump in the number of core … Continued

Sales On!

We’re on! As of now–a little earlier than planned–and up to midnight CET on Monday, you can get your hands on a broad selection of my scenes and assets at a 30% discount. As always, I’ve sought to strike a balance between full scenes and smaller individual models. The focus is on the most recent … Continued

Coming Soon

Can’t believe it’s been almost a year since the last BBB3viz Black Friday sales. The old-timers among you know that Black Friday is the one and only BBB3viz Warehouse sales ever–the only chance there is to pick some of my Turbosquid assets at a hefty 30% discount. This year, the sales will kick off on … Continued

Westkaai via FStorm

Recently, I was given the chance to try out FStorm, a GPU-only renderer being developed by Andrey Kozlov. I’d been intrigued by FStorm since seeing the work of Johannes Lindqvist and Daniel Reuterswärd, two of my favorite Archviz artists, who use it as their main renderer. After a few weeks of experimenting, I wanted to report … Continued


Anyone who’s spent some time browsing through my posts knows I have a bit of an obsession with modernist architecture. This is another one of these rather futile attempts at re-creating existing modernist masterpieces–this time Marcel Breuer’s Hooper House II, a private US commission the exiled German Hungarian architect started in 1957 and completed in 1959 … Continued