Archive for November, 2011

Click3D’s architectural visualisation articles #4 – The advantages of architectural visualisation over photography

Welcome back! Today’s post is another article produced by Click3D, albeit one which differs from the previous postings as this is more of an opinion piece. Whilst not (at) all that controversial it might offer a little food for thought with regard to how, why and when photography and architectural visualisation differentiate.

Architectural visualisation is often compared directly with photography as a means to promote or market a development or project. Whilst the latter offers true photorealism – post-production ...

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Spiderwebbing!

Some hours were invested over the last week or so in updating and enhancing Click3D’s networking presence, the desire being to enable as much coverage as possible and, therefore, the increase in exposure which might bring in new commissions and collaborations. Above and beyond the now-ubiquitous Twitter and Facebook, Click3D now has a Google+ page as well as a presence on sites such as Kropped, Behance and Flickr, to name but a few (other ...

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Beavering…

Morning!

It must be about time for an update from Click3D towers I hear you cry? Well, in truth, it may well be since the last few updates have been about the successful Edge House project meaning that developments from within the studio have been scarce.

So, perhaps the main point of interest is the ongoing collaboration between Click3D and aspiring street artist Jenxfive: This project emanated from eBay of all places when one party bought some books from the other and ...

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The Edge House Trilogy – Part 3

Rendered architectural illustration of master bedroom and balcony.

Hello once again and a pinch and a punch for it is the first of the month! Today brings the final image from the Edge House project, this being a view of the master bedroom. Obviously already existing, what the client was experiencing was, once again, a few small issues with visitors not being able to embrace the potential of the room. To resolve this, Click3D’s architectural visualisation prowess (for there is some…) was called upon once again.

The specific issue ...

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