How can Hypothetical’s CGI technology be used to help you produce 3d kitchen rendering imagery on a lower budget and with more flexibility than a traditional photo shoot? Read on my friend.
It’s been a while since I did any 3d rendering work for yachts, but a fun opportunity came up earlier this month to do a few interior design renderings. My friend and former class-mate Tim Baldwin was interested in making a pitch to a British yacht maker and I was able to help him show his ideas in a couple of contextual views and a few furniture vignettes using CGI.
Initially we created two context 3d rendering views without any kind of props or decorations in order to show off his design as clearly as possible. Later I went back and added in a few bits and pieces to make it feel a little more lived in while still not distracting from the important part, which was the interior design itself.
Last winter I produced this small set of CGI design images for the architectural firm, Legat Architects, on behalf of a client that was considering some renovations to common spaces of an office campus in Deerfield, Illinois. Here is an example of what an office renovation can look like using CGI.
Remember how I wanted to showcase a strong residential 3d rendering design? Well, it’s a wrap! It took a while but I got my “Welcome Home” image finished off! I added a few things since the beta release a few weeks ago, and did some color toning too.
It was nice to be working on something small scale after the CityLife project where everything was so huge. Let me know what you think!