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Architectural renderings of interior design

Archiform 3D's approach to interior Architectural renderings gives a detailed and life-like result. We create each piece of furniture from just photographs of the original and apply fabric samples of your choice. You can pick almost any model or type of accessory to visually enhance the scene, which we will create and add in 3D. The scene is then illuminated carefully for realism and effect.

The carefull combining of these skills often give renderings that are more appealing than actual photographs. Unique to Archiform 3D is our capability to process 3D fly-through animations to the same Photo-Perfect quality as our still Architectural renderings.

Creating bedrooms as 3D architectural renderings

The bedroom is normally most personal part of a home, so we want to make it feel like a place that you can see yourself sleeping or waking in. To achieve this we work with the camera angles, the small details and the lighting. We like to have a visual approach that shows the bed and possibly a balcony or window behind it. And we prefer to lighting to depict either sleeping or waking time, so a soft touch of moonlight sneaking past the drapes is often perfect.

The most difficult item to model in a bedroom rendering is the bedding and pillows. To be realistic and appealing they must have the small imperfections, wrinkles and softness of the genuine item. The difficulty comes in that computers are best at straight lines and regular curves, so a wavy, irregular, almost organic shape is harder to create. The wrinkles, creases and soft flowing shapes of bed linen also make them hard work to texture, especially when the fabrics are complex and have large patterns.

Combining real views with 3D renderings

This rendering shows the actual view from the scene. There are 2 choices in how we do this; a simple 2D image put behind the scene or a 360-degree panorama encompassing the 3D scene.Both methods have their benefits.

A simple 2D image put into the scene is the easiest to do, as the single shot can be taken in many different inexpensive ways. But when used in fly-through video a 2D backdrop doesn’t show any movement with the 3D camera. If the 3D camera changes the direction it is looking at the view doesn’t change, which is not a desirable result.

The location and photography costs to get 360-degree panoramic images are higher than normal photography as the final result sees everything in the horizontal plane. The increased visual scope gives excellent results for 3D animations as when the 3D camera turns within the scene the view changes with it. We can take either 2D or 360-degree images for you at an additional fee or you can supply your own.

   

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