3D rendering is a representation of two-dimensional computerized wireframe. And this wireframe is given just the perfect shadow, lighting, textures as well as regularly used tools and materials into the frame.
This technology is just everywhere, in the magazine, on the TV, on the cover of our books, in the advertisement and in many more digital media – is moving so fast that even we can’t keep cope with it. 🙂
Process for Creating a 3D Rendering
Phase 1: Environment Building and Camera Selections – This stage involves rendering clay preview scenes of the Built Environment for client approval. A Phase One scene should include multiple camera options and preliminary lighting. This stage is complete when client approves camera angles and verifies accuracy of Built Environment.
Phase 2: Asset & Material Coordination – This stage involves rendering materialized scenes for client approval. A Phase Two scene should include all specified Models and Materials and refined lighting. This stage is complete when client verifies the accuracy and application of all specified Models and Materials.
Phase 3: Final Staging and Production – This stage involves rendering staged scenes for client approval. A Phase Three scene should include any subjective staging elements including any furniture, decoration and entourage. This stage is complete when client approves the final composition of all rendered elements.
Phase 4: Post-Processing – This stage involves final post production of 3D rendering for client approval. Post-processing typically includes adding skies, backgrounds, and additional 2D entourage elements as well as adjustments to color, contrast, etc.
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