3D House Modeling

In order to allow our clients to clearly visualize their residential project, our designers produce a 3D illustration that brings to life the concept that we have, until then, worked on in 2D drawings. The goal is to create the residence in a realistic visual form.

How do we do it?

To create a 3D illustration, our artists use 3D modeling software to construct a virtual geometry and define its shape according to the 2D plans previously worked on. This geometry, which now has the appearance of a house, is then textured by applying realistic colors, patterns and materials to give the objects a convincing visual appearance.

Once we have our house, we create a fictitious land taking into account the real land where the building will be erected. We then add virtual lights to the scene to create realistic shadows, reflections and light shows.

Lights play an essential role in 3D illustration because they influence the general atmosphere of the scene and help highlight the details of objects. The shading also adds its touch to the realism of the rendering.

With the realistic environment now created in the software, we then need to export it in a high resolution image format. This process is time-consuming, because to render the final project, the software calculates the optical properties of the scene in a time- and power-intensive process to produce realistic results. It sometimes takes several hours for the software to complete this task, it all depends on the complexity of the project.

3D illustrations are useful for design, architecture, interior and exterior design projects. They make it possible to visualize projects before their construction, to make clear presentations to clients and thus better communicate design concepts. 3D illustrations can also be used for project presentations, multi-family building advertisements, and sales presentations.

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