Backstage of 3D modelling and rendering process.

what it takes to get started 

Before graphic designer starts working on actual modelling, the client should provide information about number of shots that should be taken, what size and time is preffered in order to presenting a ready offer. Modelling of the scene takes place on the basis of cad drawings, 3d models, pdfs, photos or sketches provided by the customer.


basic components of the render

For the visualization to be created, it is necessary to create 3D solids in virtual space beforehand. With use of professional modeling programs, 3d solids are created in virtual space. Setting the geometry is the first step in creating a three-dimensional scene on the computer screen. In order to to that, three-dimensional objects are built from polygons.


what makes it so realistic


Next step, texturising, which means applying carefully created textures onto objects. In the meantime, cameras are being arranged in relation to the scene, creating perspective shots which the client previously agreed on.


Afterwards, lighting settings are being fixed to provide most spectacular effect on the final image. However, it should be noted, that multiple light sources in complex architectural visualizations results in many hours of rendering.


cooperation with the client is crucial


Then, fast samples of ordered shots in low resolution are being sent to the client, it is the time to verify the project assumptions and request any changes.

Final part of the process is rendering and postproduction in photoshop if necessary.