Our interior Architectural renderings are detailed and rich in quality.
Each piece of furniture is carefully modelled from originals and includes original fabric samples.
Decorator and small accessories are also created in 3D and placed thoughfully within the scene.
After the furniture and accessories are added we carefully light the scene for mood and effect.
This combination often gives better interior renderings than reality as we are not tied to the traditional limitations of photography.
Our interior 3D Animations are done to the same Photo-Perfect quality as our still Architectural renderings.
To us a bedroom rendering must feel like a place you could wake up and sleep in, so we pursue this when we commence modelling and setting out the space.
We do this by working on the camera angle, the realism and the lighting.
The camera angle needs to show a degree of artistic intimacy and preferably show more to the scene than just the bed.
And we prefer the illumination to portray either a place to sleep or awaken; night-time or morning time.
While simple in real life, bedding and pillows are complex to make in renderings.
They require soft and flowing imperfections with wrinkles and bumps.
Computer 3D Modelling is best at straight shapes or regular curves, so a finished bed is harder to create than most other pieces of furniture.
Fabrics for beds can also be difficult to apply as they are often large patterns that need to be applied to an undulating surface.
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 methods to achieve this; as a flat 2D image applied to the background or as a 360-degree panoramic photograph wrapped around like a drum.
The two methods have an effect on the overall price to do the job and specific advantages.
The reduced location and photography costs make simple 2D backgrounds appealing for still renderings.
The downfall to this method is that it shows no motion or change in 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.