How to render you landscape project with Twinmotion

Unleashing the Power of Renderings

Renderings offer numerous benefits, including realistic visualization, design evaluation, cost savings, marketing advantages, and enhanced client engagement. By harnessing the power of renderings, landscape designers can effectively convey their vision and deliver exceptional projects. The quality of the realistic visual outcomes of a landscape project created using Lands Design relies on the chosen render engine and your own imaginative skills and artistic sense when it comes to lighting, shadows, and incorporating natural elements. In continue, you’ll learn the process of rendering a landscape using Twinmotion.


Among the rendering engines available, Twinmotion is widely used. It offers three key advantages for Rhino users compared to other render engines:

  • Firstly, it boasts improved compatibility with Rhino, allowing for seamless integration and effortless project transfer.
  • Secondly, its user-friendly interface and intuitive workflow make it accessible to Rhino users, with a wide range of pre-built assets and lighting options for efficient visualization creation.
  • Lastly, Twinmotion’s real-time rendering capability sets it apart, providing instant feedback on design changes and facilitating quicker iterations and decision-making.

These advantages make Twinmotion a compelling choice, enabling Rhino users to enhance their design process, streamline rendering, and achieve stunning visualizations.

How to use Twinmotion for a landscape modeled with Lands Design

Twinmotion has recently improved its compatibility with Rhino, including integration with Lands Design as a Rhino plugin. We aim to demonstrate how you can connect your project to Twinmotion. In the following video, we illustrate the process of synchronizing a Lands Design project from Rhino to Twinmotion using the Datasmith plugin. You can install the Datasmith plugin form here. By following the steps in the video, you can experience the smoothness of this workflow and achieve photorealistic renderings.

To explore additional rendering possibilities, take a look at the renderings shared by our community of users

Wishing you the best of luck!