Drawing in the third dimension: what does it mean? What does it look like? Today we’ve rounded up some of our recent 3D renderings. Drawing in the third dimension is an important component of how we represent our work and our ideas to our clients and colleagues.
Today we’re looking at renderings completed recently during a design competition. With the renderings we sought to explore different materials and transparency throughout the building. We began by laying hand drawn sketches under computer generated graphics. We’ve found this technique produces illustrative images that left us room to further explore the ideas.
What strategies do you use to explore options and create new depth in imagery?
How does the play of color and texture help imagine what might be? How accurately do you want to see a building rendered before its built?
David Hamel Jr.