Allan Brito writes:
One of my first books related to Blender was about the use of Blender 2.4x for architecture. It has been almost ten years since the release. Blender came a long way since version 2.4x, and I thought it was about time to get an update.
Today I'm proud to announce that I have a new book related to Blender and architectural visualization. The brand new Blender 2.8 for architecture has the most up to date information and guides about the field, using all the latest tools from Blender 2.8.
You will find examples related to modeling, rendering, PBR materials, Eevee, Cycles, and more.
The focus of the book is to work as a guide for artists looking to use Blender 2.8 to create an architectural visualization. For instance, you will find chapters describing how to import and prepare CAD data and asset management.
For a full list of chapters and content, you can visit the details page of the book. You can get it in both digital and paperback formats.