Don't know what books to read to become a better archviz artist? I got you covered

Hi there,

Christmas is just around the corner, so it's perfect time to buy yourself some books! But what book?

For the past years I've been reading a bit too many books in order to perfect my understanding of composition, and needless to say, not all of them were good. So in this video I take a bit of time to give you 10 suggestions for theory books that will help you get a better understanding on how to craft images, as well as 10 suggestions of monographs to inspire you for your next projects.

I hope you'll find the video interesting and will end up getting some of these books.

If you happen to have book suggestions, please send them my way since I'm always after some good books to read.

Have a great end of the week-end!



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