Archiform 3Ds interior Architectural renderings and walk-through animations are high-quality and are carefully detailed.
Each piece of furniture is carefully modelled from originals and includes original fabric samples.
Decorator and accessories are also modelled in 3D and distributed carefully throughout the rooms.
After the furniture and accessories are added we carefully light the scene for mood and effect.
The culmination of these creates renderings and Fly-Through Videos that are often dramatically better than reality.
What is noteworthy is that we create fly-through animations of interior scenes to the same quality as our Architectural renderings.
Of all interior apartment or house scenes, it is the living rooms, such as the lounge, grand salon and family rooms, that take up the most time.
They contain more varied detail, are larger rooms, often cover more than one living space and are the focus of day-to-day living within the home.
They are also the hardest for a client or designer to translate into a brief, therefore difficult for our 3D artists to get right first time.
Furnishings in these rooms can also be difficult to create in 3D.
This is due to the often-complex curves and softness that go into items like sofas, which require painstaking attention to get both the shape and fabrics perfect.
This also holds true for some of the more complex light fittings, which not only have ornate shapes but also have many different ways of casting light.
What is exciting about these 3D scenes is the scope for creativity.
This is usually in the small items and artwork that enhances what may be an incomplete design brief.
Rugs, pictures, drapes and small personal items in the scene warm the Architectural rendering and give our artists some room for expression.
Real Views in 3D Scenes
This scene has the real view from the actual project, which is a superb way of displaying what a buyer will actually see from a new condo, office or home.
There are two ways that this can be done; as a flat 2D picture applied to the background or as a 360-degree panorama.
Both techniques have their advantages.
A flat 2D image put into the background is the easiest to do, as it is one shot that can be taken in many different ways and often costs less due to reduced location costs.
The drawback is that this method shows no motion or change in view within an animation.
If a virtual reality camera changes viewpoint it will become apparent that the backdrop is merely a flat billboard effect.
The 360-degree panoramic method costs more in location and photography, as each shot is a complete view in all the horizontal directions.
This method gives the best result for 3D animations as when the virtual camera turns the view adjusts accordingly.
Archiform 3D is often engaged to take the panoramic shots as we have the equipment and cameras necessary.
Price and build by the 3D scene
Archiform 3D works on a price by scene policy, which means we charge by the scene, not by the rendering.
While we have discounts for just one image of a scene, getting a series of images works out to be far more cost-effective.
This rendering is a typical example of this policy, meaning that the client has paid for a 3D Scene and obtained multiple images for the same fixed price.
The perfect scenario for this is when you need more than one image for a marketing campaign or you need to produce a complete set of pictures to completely show a development.
This strategy can be applied to both interior and exterior 3D Scenes.