Just a small EuroMillions win needed.
Once again the time between blog posts is noticeably large, thanks once again to being rather busy with one thing and another, not all of which are visualisation-related. Anyway, this post is the first in a series of images created for a personal concept located somewhere along the French Riviera. Given that it evolved from sketches and experimentation alone it’s probably wise not to scrutinise the concept’s architectural viability!
So, as a brief overview, this project evolved from some doodles drawn ...Read More →
It’s been a busy few weeks with some interesting developments in and out of the studio, so here’s a little update to that effect: first of all, Click3D is very happy and proud to announce a link-up with Ridge and Partners LLP with the dual role of setting up a visualisation department with the potential of leaving a legacy in terms of a Ridge house style of image which future visualisers will adhere to, initiating good practice systems and ...Read More →
Portfolio update: Dinner or party?
Good day to you all!
Another week, another portfolio update! Today we present to you a(nother) restaurant interior for your visual delight. Emanating from the same client we have featured previously, and indeed within the same site, this brief was for an entirely different chain of restaurants, something which is clearly demonstrated in the decoration of the scheme and the visuals produced as a result. The client wanted the concept to be vibrant and appeal to all ages while also take ...Read More →
Portfolio update: Commercial office reception
This week’s update features a recently-completed pitch scheme for the redesign of an office reception. Two concepts were prepared, this being the second, and used a broadly similar palette with differences coming from the arrangement of furniture and the design of the reception desk as well as the proportions of materials used in relation to one another and the alternative presentation. Clearly, both schemes aimed for a truly opulent look and feel and achieved this by using dark stained ...Read More →
Portfolio update: Dinner, part two
A few weeks ago Click3D posted an image that was used to illustrate the design intention for a proposed restaurant within an out-of-town shopping development; today we see the second shot created for that project. Taken from the opposite corner, this image serves to drive home that although the palette is restrained it is not without opulence, as inferred by the rich timber, lustrous metal and rich tile detailing; the uplighting around the ‘bulge’ also adds visual interest and ...Read More →
Portfolio update: North Wingfield
As a follow-up to the last blog and portfolio entry which detailed one of Click3D’s new clients, here is one of the marketing shots taken from that project. As the original post mentioned, being the first to work with the client on a new technique enables you to put in place the methodology of how you work with no outside influence; at the same time it gives you a fantastic opportunity to create what amounts to a ‘house style’ ...Read More →
Portfolio update: Property marketing
Hope you are all well. Today’s blog and portfolio update comes from a marketing project for a property developer in the north of England. This was the client’s first experience of using architectural visualisation for their marketing material and it necessitated Click3D guiding them through the necessary and crucial processes involved in order to create ten shots of the housetypes found within the site and also the overhead shot, as seen in the featured image here.
It is always pleasing ...Read More →
Portfolio update: Out for dinner
A (fairly – one does have to give the client an opportunity to present to their client before showing the rest of the world!) new image for Click3D’s portfolio of architectural visualisation today, this one being the first of two illustrations developed to show the proposed interior of a high-end high street restaurant chain. Based within a double-height shell with a mezzanine level this commission was required to illustrate opulent finishes within a fairly restrained colour palette, therefore much timber ...Read More →
Click3D endorsed again!
It is with great pride that Click3D has once again received a recommendation for its services, this time from Andrew Witcomb of Witcomb Project Management, a company specialising in interior design for the leisure industry and one which Click3D has worked with many times in the past, delivering several successful schemes encompassing both architectural visualisation and signage, some of which feature in the portfolio pages. Andrew’s recommendation is below:
“Stuart has produced a great deal of incredible visualisation and ...Read More →
Stop! Start! Continue!
It’s been quite busy here of late hence the lack of blog and portfolio updates, although that’s no bad thing I suppose. Anyway, quite a few projects on the go, near completion or delivered so that’s good. First up was a project to illustrate a demolition company’s methodology which presents a challenge both in terms of stylistic requirements and also in general, the latter because as architectural visualisers we all make models of things that are going up, not coming ...Read More →