Step 5. Accessories Design, Texture & Lightning
3D modeling of furniture and other objects, as well as drawing their structure happens on this step. Internal renders finally see armchairs, sofas , lamps, floor, walls in photorealistic quality – it requires attentive work of our designers.
But what element lifts the level of realism to maximum? Light! As creating a CGI is very close to art, it’s no surprise that we use the trick pioneered by Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo – adding up-light to enliven the image.
Step 6. Angle & Day Time
The render already looks almost true-to-life, but the devil is in the detail: the key to perfect static architectural visualisation is getting the right angle. It allows you to draw attention to the area or object you’d like to accentuate. As for the day time, it is crucial for previous step – whether it’s day, night or something in the middle, it affects the illumination and level of “realness” on the 3D rendered image.