3D rendering services are of high priority for the owners and construction firms for communicating the architectural design of the building to the clients. The understanding of the design concept is equally crucial for owners and as well as for clients, which can only be achieved with the assistance of architectural visualization services. 3D rendering services which incorporate 3D interior and exterior rendering is an important part of architectural visualization. That means a 3D model which shows the internal and external views of the building can be given realistic effect.
3D rendering services are mostly carried out by the designers and they are often known as renderers in the architectural industry. The interior and exterior rendering services are executed with the assistance of Sketch up and 3ds Max. These are the most widely used software for executing rendering services.
The parameters that are needed to be followed by the designers are described below.
Color is an important parameter in executing rendering services: While working on rendering projects, designers must be aware of the importance of choosing the right color. For example, during executing interior rendering services designer must use his creative instincts to select the right color for interior walls, roofs and floors. The modern building walls are equipped with multiple colors, so the knowledge of appropriate contrasting color combinations is essential for the renderer. When colors are used after considering all the color related issues, the end result is certainly going to be superb.
Lighting effects are paramount: Lighting is one of the most important parameters which should be considered while executing 3D rendering services. To produce Photorealism in the interiors as well as exteriors of the building, perfect lighting effects are crucial. A room should be well illuminated so that different objects placed in the room can be seen properly.
Shadow effects: When rendering services are carried out, shadow effects are produced by the designers so that the 3D view of an architectural model can look realistic. Objects such as furniture, entities etc. is created by the renderer and shadow effects for them are produced. Take for example a center table, when the shadow of center table is shown in the room, it looks very natural and realistic.
Texture: Texture can be defined as the feel and appearance of a surface or a substance. So the rendering artist must provide exact texture for the material created by him in the software. Also important is the texture of the walls, floors and roofs.
By considering the above mentioned parameters, a renderer can effective Photorealism in an architectural model.
Bhagwati Pathak is an Executive Director at Tesla Outsourcing Services. Technical Project Management, BIM, Client Management, and Leadership are her forte. With an expertise in BIM and a flair for writing, her articles provide a direction to contractors, sub-contractors, engineers, and architects in employing the right methodology for an Architectural, Structural, or MEP CAD / BIM project.