Long before the time of the computer generated 3D Architectural Renderings and 3D photo-realistic computer renderings, architects, illustrators and designers were manually creating perspective drawings by hand, using coloring and shading.
But times have indeed changed. Pen and ink architectural renderings, once created manually by architects and designers, can now be produced using 3D design software.
Using software such as AutoCAD, a CAD designer can begin the process of creating a 3D model by starting with a scale floor plan and continually building upon it until a wire frame depiction of a three dimensional object is created.
From there, additional 3D rendering programs, such as 3D Studio Max, can be used to generate computer renderings.
Check out other free CAD programs to create 3D architectural renderings.
3D computer rendering is not an easy process and sometimes quite time consuming due to the many visualisation factors to consider, such as lighting, camera viewpoint, surface textures and shading.
However, good digital artists can create digital renderings and 3D home designs that are so realistic that is often difficult to decide if the rendering is not a photo.
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