Archive for September, 2011

Modelling from photographs

Architectural visualisation of Italian World Heritage property.

It’s been a little while (well, only just over a week but Click3D misses you all), so it’s time for another portfolio update. This time we feature a dwelling modelled entirely from reference photographs. The images are based on a property in the Puglia region of Italy and is surrounded by lush, fertile countryside with the sea nearby also. Above and beyond its geographical location, it was important to try and demonstrate the uniqueness and rustication of the property by ...

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Click3D’s architectural visualisation articles #2 – From drawing to 3D to printed page

Here’s the second of Click3D’s articles on architectural visualisation which hopefully go some way to demystifying the art and processes involved. Hope it makes for an interesting and illuminating read!

There is perhaps the misconception that architectural visualisation is something of a dark art when in fact it is not; as a result this article intends to inform of the ways and means that the discipline brings two-dimensional drawings to life.

The process of creating a finished 3D rendering is ...

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Portfolio update: Hedgegrove Farm

3D visualisation of Hertfordshire mansion.

It’s been a little while since Click3D’s portfolio was updated, what with the new website being rolled out and other exciting things happening, so this welcome addition is arguably overdue.

The image added today depicts a luxury house set in the Hertfordshire countryside and was used as part of a marketing campaign for a high-end residential developer. The project itself was a good one to be involved with – certainly the most expensive single property worked on since Click3D was born ...

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