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5 Different 3D Architectural Rendering Styles

3D architectural rendering
3D architectural rendering
Rendering is a technique of obtaining an image through the use of computer graphics. While you are obtaining an image, your technique determines the type of rendering which is being performed.

That is why all 3D architectural rendering styles are different from one another. Let’s look at some of the most popular 3D architectural rendering designs:

1. The Diagram Approach

Yeah, realistic 3D architectural modeling is cool but what about a unique approach to 3D architectural rendering services through a technique, in which small diagrams join to make a large diagram.

These diagrams will be a rough representation of various environmental inputs. Diagrams don’t need to be fancy. Even most basic shapes like circle, triangles, and arrows can explain a complex concept, much like a flowchart diagram. The simplified approach is often used to convey an idea towards layman users.

2. The ‘Mad Max’ Approach:

Almost everyone knows the Hollywood hit ‘Mad Max’. The concept which is portrayed in the film i.e. one city having a core element (water) while everything else around is barren, the same concept is applied in architectural sagas.

To show you mean business, you design 3D generated computer modeling and focus upon the piece de resistance, by limiting the emphasis on other objects. This style is much used to convey a new architectural concept inside a meeting, in which a primary focus of a particular element is wanted, leaving rest of the model untouched. Playing the video at a fast pace, you will see darkness around everything while light emanates from the core crux of your desired architectural structure.

3. The Whodnut Approach:

Creation of dystopia and portraying an imagery of perfect world – a livable housing society or structure of apartments, which you want to construct are done using Whodnut approach.

You portray an unnatural look of concept art by desaturating the image and using a serene color chemistry consisting of cloudy textures, club blue lights, and green shades, in order to create the surrounding atmosphere.

4. The Old School Approach

3D architectural rendering is a relatively new concept but what used to happen when people didn’t have access to this technology?

They resorted to handmade designs, made by pencil strokes. With the advent of digital rendering, a very complex technique of computer graphics emerged, in which handmade designs were made on a digital screen and rendered on a digital platform.

Just like the saying ‘90s are never gone’, retro art is never obsolete and is a sight to sore eyes for young and old minds alike!

5. Dreamy Paranormal Approach

Similar colors are used to construct objects but the unique part about this design is that the project material is not practiced there. Instead of usual concrete and solid slabs, the holistic model is a representation of dreamy echoes, nourished by light & memory. 

A subcategory of ‘Theodore’ is used to make a dreamy paranormal approach towards interior decoration. The airy spaces and magnanimous gaps of diffused lighting effects, make one feel see things in a state of ecstasy.
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