Every 3D designer wants to see a vivid object as a result of his work. No matter how hard you try to make your 3D model look perfect it often happens, that beautifully detailed, well-crafted piece of work still looks artificial and reminds you of nothing but a plastic mass. Let’s learn how to get rid of slick and highly reflective surface texture of your 3D models!
Advances in computer technology today impose high requirements not only to the quality of products, but also to the ways companies present their products and interact with customers. Manufacturing enterprises producing complex engineering solutions are not an exception.
Sales, sales, sales ... Only a stably high level of sales is able to provide a desirable income and prospects to online store. No matter how obvious it may seem, not everyone can achieve the desired level of sales due to excessive competition. Selling online you can easily get lost among hundreds of nearly identical stores, whose product pages look generally the same - prices, descriptions, delivery terms, photos. What is the likelihood that the buyer will land the sale on your online store?
For the past years, 3D modeling has been slowly but surely replacing hand-drawn sketches and 2D images. High demand for cutting-edge 3D technology is driven by undeniable advantages of computer aided 3D modeling over 2D visualization of products and processes.
3D model can be a great multifunctional tool helping manufacturers and designers first design, then create and finally market and sell their products. Showcasing a product in 3D is the best alternative for spectacular presentation of a new product design or idea to other company members or potential customers. It allows quick changes in case when new ideas cross the mind and require minor or even major alterations.
As the global IT and Graphic Design industry spins up outsourcing seems to be as popular as never before. Today, when large corporations are no longer the only players and when smaller companies blossom, many businesses continue to choose outsourcing services as one of the best ways to do business. When coming to a decision to outsource the project many companies face another dilemma – what outsourcing destination to choose.
Every customer thinking of hiring a 3D artist should first of all consider different alternatives and decide what option is the best for him. For many types of businesses keeping 3D modeling or rendering services in-house is the most attractive option. However, if you are looking for cheaper alternative with fewer obligations, than outsourcing 3D content production company is the best fit-for-purpose solution.
The rapid growth of 3D animation technologies and methods of creation and delivering 3D content leads to further improvement of 3D animation products and fuels creative minds behind them. New possibilities extend the boundaries of 3D animation application making it widely utilized by many areas, such as gaming, marketing, movie industry and even architecture and education. The prospects of 3D animation are truly massive. The following trends will continue to influence the growth of 3D animation in 2014.
Today there are so many recognized tools people use to create awesome 3D renderings that sometimes it is difficult to understand what software is the best match for your purpose. Designers and other professionals from the construction industry use hand drawings few and far between, as attention-getting power of 3D renderings infatuated the audience and little space for traditional presentation of ideas and concepts. Today giant corporations such as Autodesk established themselves as a leading choice for the majority of 3D designers, architects, animations and other computer graphics professionals leaving little space for small companies developing and delivering 3D modeling software tools for architects and 3D designers.
rchitects and real estate professionals work every day with floor plans and know how much time and effort it may require to develop a floor plan that can impress potential clients. For all who think about building a house, the question of how it will look like in-and-out once it is finished is paramount. However, choosing house plans by trying to envision what two-dimensional lines on a page will look like when built can be a difficult, not to say a daunting task, and after a while all the plans look alike. Why not to simplify the task by providing 3D views for all house plans to help potential customers picture them living in the house.
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