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Architectural 3D Design - 3D CAD Drawings For Building Construction
By Bobby V Smith

Architectural 3D Design is the wisest option for building designs and building drawings these days. Perfect architectural 3D design drawings prepared by architectural engineers help you to build even safer and stronger building structure. They give builders realistic 3D views of buildings and allow them to build it accordingly with maximum comfort.

As the building design and construction business is expanding day by day, it is quite advisable to use latest and feasible options for your business. Architecture 3D CAD drawings prove to be the right alternative for individuals as well as large business organizations. These CAD drawings are useful in each phase of designing and construction buildings.

3D CAD drawings are 3 - Dimensional representation of different types of building structures. This cad drawing allows builders in viewing any designed building component from every possible angle. CAD - Computer Aided Design is used in preparing such architecture 3D drawings. CAD drawing is used throughout whole process, starting from conceptual architecture 3D design and architectural layouts of products to the very end.

Architecture 3D design and 3D drawings are vital in:
o 3d architectural rendering
o 3d home design
o architectural house plans
o 3d exterior images
o 3d interior design
o 3d floor plans
o 3d exterior design

Architectural engineers create these architecture 3-D CAD drawing for building construction companies. An architectural engineer first understands the detailed specifications about the building structure. Then according to latest trends in building design business, he prepares reliable 3-D CAD drawings as per user's requirements. For this, he should be well aware of architectural engineering concepts and should have thorough knowledge for the same.

Thus accurate architectural 3D design and error free 3D CAD drawings from specialists will help in getting your building project done within time limit - allowing you to save your precious time as well as your money.

Architectural Rendering Symbols
By Alison Cole

Architectural rendering refers to the visualization of a proposed design. The architecture rendering of visualization presents the replica of the planned project for the approval of the person who wants it to be constructed. Once approved, the plan is then taken ahead for construction. Architectural renderings may include commercial or residential units consisting of complicated designs and lengthy animations. Architectural rendering symbols are used to simplify the designing procedure while drawing the blueprint of the project.

In earlier times, architects had to perform an extensive job of drawing and explaining their layouts in detail by mentioning every part of the designing structure. Architectural rendering technologies have now redefined the method and procedures of architectural rendering. The architects employ various "Auto-CAD", Automatic Computer Aided Designing symbols to make their job easier and faster. These symbols have now become an integral part of architectural rendering.

These symbols are divided into different segments in order to provide a clear understanding and classify the areas of their usage. Every portion of the project is thus projected by different symbols typical to that portion of the plan such as bedroom furniture and accessory symbols, bathroom accessory symbols, accessories for interior designing and outdoor planning, cars and even human figures. Apart from these symbols, there are specific architectural symbols used for indicating plans, structures, floor plans and framing plans of doors and windows as well.

The initial layout starts with the convention architecture symbols used for depicting the construction features such as plot and the site plan. The layout is then carried forward according to the specifications by using typical rendering symbols used for different metals, wood, glass and other materials that are required to finish the project. Symbols are also used for displaying the various classifications for earthly materials, concrete materials, glass varieties and stone surfaces. These symbols, thus, play an important role in shaping up the final replica of the proposed project.

2D to 3D Architectural Drafting
By Michel Dan

There's no denying that a visual image is an incredibly powerful tool. Consumers are constantly being bombarded with visual stimulation from bus stop ads to video games to animated themes on their phones. If your business is using architectural images, they have to measure up to the standards set by other industries wholly focused on enticing the eye. Your 2D and 3D architectural drafting has to be of the highest quality to impress your clients.

No matter what the project is, clients will want to see what it will look like at its completion. Few of us have the insight, vision and imagination required to see a building not yet built or a renovation not yet completed. Not many home buyers can imagine the functionality of an empty room. Using images made with 2D to 3D architectural drafting techniques can fill in the blanks and give your clients a better perspective of your property. The more information you can give your clients, the better of you will both be.

There are several different products that fall under the heading of 2d to 3d architectural drafting. Floor plans and traditional artist's renderings are some examples of 2D images. Photo-realistic images with architectural textures and virtual tours are a few 3D choices.

The most cutting edge architectural images are usually rendered in 3D. Photo-realistic images complete with authentic architectural textures bring a project to life. Additional services like virtual tours can lead your client through the space as if he were actually within its walls. Using up to date technology like this can make your website stand out as a leader in a sea of look-alike sites.

Using 2D images in your marketing campaign may seem traditions, but it is a great way to give buyers or investors a preview of a project. Smaller scale images make great postcards and are excellent choices for e-mail blasts. They take up less memory than larger, more complex images. With a still image, the client can focus his attention and allow the details to emerge. He can study it and absorb the finer points and textures in the image.

Architectural textures and colors are details that should not be overlooked. It may seem like a small thing, but adding the proper texture to stone or wooden decking can be the difference between a high-end, realistic image and a cartoonish mock-up. Texture and color give a structure is personality and contribute a great deal to the overall believability of the image.

Our site has a unique feature for displaying color choices. The rendering color picker on RealEstateMarketingSupport.com lets the user choose the color of the features like trim, door color, stonework and so on. This gives the user the freedom to explore colors and find what he feels is the most appealing combination. Imagine giving you client the opportunity to choose his own color palette for a newly constructed home.

Benefits of Architectural 3D Modeling in Design and Construction
By Richard M Bothom

Modern building and construction projects rely heavily on construction documentation supplied by the contractor or sub-contractor. Construction documents are generally prepared using Computer Aided Design (CAD/AutoCAD) and contain plans, elevations, sections, working drawings, bill of materials and related information. These details decide not only architecture and function, but also play a crucial role in cost-estimation and marketing of the final product.

If done with conventional methods, architectural design and planning require many man-hours to produce useful construction documents. To survive in today's competitive environment it is important to deliver quality outputs within demanding budget and time. Using Computer Aided Design and 3D Modeling techniques you can save abundance time and efforts while generating useful 2D drawings and 3D models to satisfy your construction documentation and promotion needs.

An intelligent 3D architectural model incorporates all the 2D data, materials, drawings and documents which help the architectural designer to produce required plans, elevations, drawings, estimates and material details. He can apply various design alternatives to this 3D model and can instantly check their impact on the final output and cost. The result is a better design and efficient material utilization. The building model can also be rotated to produce additional views and perspectives.

Benefits of Architectural 3D modeling include:
• Better visualization for all types of buildings
• Check for errors that might occur in the drawing process
• Better insight to surface patterns of Kitchen, Bathrooms, Offices, etc
• Generate architectural walkthroughs & virtual tours
• Efficient marketing and promotional tools for advertising
• Renderings with Custom interior or furniture
• Minimum errors/revisions in Design and RFIs
• Improved coordination among architects, engineers and contractor
• Optimum use of materials
• Lower project costs

Last few years have witnessed a significant growth in use of 3D modeling in the Architectural and Construction domains. Many Architectural modeling companies in India and Asia can help you with their pool of trained 3D modeling professionals, advance techniques and ready-to-use infrastructure - all this with great offshore economies.

Architectural Rendering - Why Is Everyone

Always Talking About How Realistic It Looks?
By Robert D. Kelsey

Architectural rendering can be used for a lot of things but the most effective use seems to be when a building and land need to be seen the way we see it when we look at it, with dimension.

Scale models are great for showing all the detail of a landscape along with the building(s) that are on it. It can show lighting as well as any moving things. Scale models are great for displaying boats, buildings, floor plans, prototypes all in a realistic view that is easily understood by anyone who sees it. This far surpasses any drawing on a piece of paper where you need to study it to realize exactly what is being displayed.

Commercially, scale models are used in marketing of real estate development projects. A model can show an entire community with streets, all buildings right down to lampposts, windows and building lighting. A prospective buyer can see exactly where their home or business property will be and exactly how it relates to those buildings and streets around it. They can even get an idea of sunrise and sunset and what might block distant views.

There are also scale models of the interior. There is nothing left to the imagination when you can take the roof off of a building and see inside for every nook and cranny and picture on a wall. With these views a prospective buyer can see where stairways are, windows and what the windows will look out at. This is how you can allow someone to actually see inside a home or commercial building before it is built and they will have an accurate picture of how it will be after it is built.

Something new to the scale model field is the interactive model. Touch screens can walk you through a neighborhood or crime scene. They are becoming great tools in court and for litigation. In a museum it can be used to show the way around the museum and have a light up spot on the map to describe each station. Text and voice can be added to complete this interactive program.

Any of these models can be architecturally accurate to the degree you want to go. You can bring it right down to individual planting or just have a garden area show. Lawns, sidewalks, patios, can all be included and illustrated to the degree necessary for your particular project. Doctors and those in the medical field are finding these tools are indispensable in illustrating the human body, organs and structure. There is nearly nothing that cannot be done with these architectural rendering tools.

Robert D. Kelsey writes about architectural rendering, animations and medical illustrations. The field is all about cutting edge technology and is poised to become the method of choice to display anything, from architectural projects, real estate developments, manufacturing elements such as boats, planes and automobiles, human bodies and living organs to display tools used in courts and litigation trials.



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"He made his colours, built his stretchers, plastered his canvas, painted his pictures, carpentered his frames, and painted them. 'Too bad I can't buy my own pictures,' he murmured aloud. 'Then I'd be completely self-sufficient.'"
Irving Stone, Lust for Life, 1934; a fictionalized biography of Vincent van Gogh.

"Quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten"
Gucci family motto

"When I examine myself and my methods of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than any talent for abstract, positive thinking."
Albert Einstein

"When I judge art, I take my painting and put it next to a God made object like a tree or flower. If it clashes, it is not art."
Marc Chagall

"Drawing is the honesty of the art. There is no possibility of cheating. It is either good or bad."
Salvador Dali (Spanish painter).

"There is only one valuable thing in art: the thing you cannot explain."
Georges Braque

"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist when you grow up."
Pablo Picasso

"The only thing that has ever made me feel old is those times where I allow myself to be predictable."
Carlos Santana

"There is no excellent beauty that hath not some strangeness in the proportion."
Francis Bacon

"I passionately hate the idea of being with it, I think an artist has always to be out of step with his time."
Orson Welles

"Enthusiasm is that secret and harmonious spirit which hovers over the production of genius, throwing the reader of a book, or the spectator of a statue, into the very ideal presence whence these works have really originated. A great work always leaves us in a state of musing."
Isaac D'Israeli

"One can say then that in these photographs form and content are indistinguishable – which is to say that the pictures mean precisely what they appear to mean. Attempting to translate these appearances into words is surely a fool’s errand, in the pursuit of which no two fools would choose the same unsatisfactory words." John Szarkowski re (Eggleston)

"such discussions should not be scorned, for they lead us tothe picture's habitat.
But the issue of the pictureitself must finally be met without words."
John Szarkowski

"We adore chaos because we love to produce order."
M. C. Escher

"Every generation laughs at the old fashions, but follows religiously the new."
Henry David Thoreau

"Ah good taste! What a dreadful thing! Taste is the enemy of creativeness."
Pablo Picasso

"Quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten."
Gucci family slogan

"I force myself to contradict myself in order to avoid conforming to my own taste."
Marcel Duchamp

"It is good taste, and good taste alone, that possesses the power to sterilize and is always the first handicap to any creative functioning."
Salvador Dali

"No one should drive a hard bargain with an artist."
Ludwig Van Beethoven

"Reality leaves a lot to the imagination."
John Lennon

"When your heart is in your dream, no request is too extreme."
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