Archiform 3Ds interior Architectural renderings and walk-through animations are high-quality and are carefully detailed.
We model each piece of furniture in 3D from just pictures of the originals and apply scanned fabric from real-world samples.
You can choose almost any kind of decorator accessory to enhance the scene, which we will model and add in 3D.
Lighting the scene correctly and artistically is important to the scene, which happens after all the furniture is placed.
The culmination of these creates renderings and Fly-Through Videos that are often dramatically better than reality.
Our 3D virtual tour animations are rendered to the same Photo-Perfect standard as our still image Architectural renderings.
To us a bedroom scene must look like somewhere you could sleep in, so we aim for this when we first begin 3D modelling and laying out the room.
To achieve this we carefully set up the virtual cameras, finesse the small details and experiment with illumination.
The camera angle should show a familiar approach to the bed and possibly something appealing, like a balcony or view through a window.
And we like to lighting to show either sleeping time or waking up, so a low light dancing past the blinds is often a lovely morning touch.
The bedding and pillows are the hardest thing to create in a bedroom rendering.
To look real and inviting they need to have the small bumps, wrinkles and softness of the real thing.
These random waves and bumps are harder to model with 3D software than more rigid pieces of furniture like a nightstand.
Applying the fabric textures to the bed can also be difficult as they may form part of an overall pattern that needs to remain intact.
This rendering shows the real view from the development.
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.
Both methods have advantages ranging from a lower price to a better result in 3D animations.
A flat 2D background costs less to prepare and is best suited to still renderings.
But when used in animations a 2D image doesn’t show any motion 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.