Everyone loves 3-Dimensional artwork – they bring out the inner child in the creator, and give any static design that extra – wow – effect. As the Internet has evolved, the tools for creating 3D content have become more readily available and simpler to master.
Words cannot describe the sheer freedom that a designer feels when working in a 3D environment. The possibilities are as endless as your imagination and restricted only by your familiarity with the application.
Nothing brings a conceptual design to life in crisp, clear detail like a 3-Dimensional model. Whether it’s a logo with a little added depth or an entire building, raster rendering can give your potential clients that extra incentive to invest in something they can see.
Interactive learning often requires exploration of the internal workings of objects and this is best achieved with the manipulation of 3-Dimensional models.
Working on projects with animated 3-D content requires story-boarding well in advance to avoid unnecessary rendering – at 24 frames per second, and depending on the complexity of a 3D scene, a single frame can take up to 30 minutes to draw even with the latest in computing muscle. By knowing what you want to achieve ahead-of-time the development cycle can be cut down considerably.