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Title: 3D Architectural Tips for Designers


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3D Architectural Tips for Designers
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  • Why do we choose 3D for visualization of
    architectural objects? "3 demension" - is
    visibility, speed and efficiency. When planning a
    design, you can clearly imagine the ergonomics of
    the object and see its advantages and
    disadvantages.

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  • 3D architectural design is invaluable for those
    who want to find investors for the implementation
    of real estate projects or sells already
    constructed facilities. Virtual model allows you
    to quickly and clearly demonstrate your
    proposals.

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  • Like any production process, the creation of 3D
    facades must begin with planning. And it's best
    for a designer to do it together with the client
    - after all, at this stage, the "foundation" of
    the future 3D building is laid. Note that 3D
    models can be used as a guide for builders and
    designers when decorating a real facade or an
    interior.

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  • Unfortunately for customers (and fortunately for
    designers), the reality is usually so that the
    vast majority of architects do not bother with
    unnecessary detailing of the project. Perhaps in
    a number of cases this is due to the fact that
    many of them think of technical categories that
    are not related to the appearance of the interior
    or the building and which provide only the layout
    of buildings, the distribution of communications,
    etc., thus leaving the choice of design to the
    designer.

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  • And it is in this case when there is a "skeleton"
    of the building, the task of the artist on
    computer graphics is to "revive" the layout.

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  • To arrange benches in the park, plant passers-by
    on them, take care of the grass on the lawn in
    front of the house, paint curbs on the pedestrian
    paths, hang a sign over the entrance, put a rug
    in front of the door - ways to make the 3D model
    of a building or structure realistic only by
    imagination and creativity of its developer. For
    example, when developing a 3D mock-up of a
    shopping center, you will have to coordinate with
    the customer how advertising and signage with
    tenant logos will be posted.

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  • Will advertising damage the building or, perhaps,
    even itll improve its appearance? Much here
    depends not only on engineering solution, but
    also on a 3D-designer. At a minimum, advertising
    should not spoil the impression, so the
    opportunity to see the project before it is
    implemented is one of the advantages of 3D
    architectural design.

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  • It is advisable to make simple, schematic
    sketches, two-dimensional drawings by hand. Show
    the client catalogs of facades, houses, leaf
    through magazines, albums. Disassemble all
    aspects in detail dimensions, areas, volumes,
    colors, textures, etc. - this will allow in the
    future not to return to the beginning again and
    again to clarify what was forgotten at the
    planning stage. As a result, you will get a set
    of sketches, which will become something like a
    prototype of 3D-pictures.

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Is it necessary to hold additional meetings with
the client already in the process of
implementation?
  • Everyone decides this question for himself. Many
    CG-designers (computer graphics designers) prefer
    that the client does not see a "half-product",
    and most likely they are right, as a painter who
    does not want to show an unfinished picture. In
    principle, if the client is ready to see the
    unfinished work, you can also meet to discuss
    some intermediate results, but, as a rule, this
    should not be done.

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  • Having modeled all the necessary objects, pay
    special attention to texturing (colorizing),
    creating surfaces. In terms of importance, it is
    difficult to overestimate scene lightening. These
    parts of the work largely determine the
    effectiveness of the final result, the degree of
    3D layout realism. One must first of all take
    care that the sun does not rise in the west, and
    the compass needle does not point to the east.

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  • One can not ignore the simplest laws of physics.
    For example (and this is very important), one
    should not forget that the light obeys certain
    laws for the sake of color, 3D-scene must
    necessarily have a source of direct light plus a
    necessary illumination - the reflected light
    (secondary reflection from a small arch, white
    walls, mirror and glass surfaces, etc.).

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  • Light creates an atmosphere, so if the task does
    not include specific objects (for example, a
    white marble column that looks great against a
    stormy clouds background), do not get involved in
    all sorts of stylizations. Everything should be
    in moderation. Everything in 3D architectural
    design must be beautiful, but not stylized, for
    example, under the engraving. Still, the picture
    must first of all carry information, and then
    emotions, notably positive ones.

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