Architectural Drafting Services: Lifelike 3D Views
Lifelike 3D views are important tools in the arsenal of Architectural drafting services. A client is always eager to know how the structure would finally look like on completion and these 3D views are used to satisfy their curiosity and get their feedback. However, the fact is that the three-dimensional views are also used to woo the prospective customers in this commercial age by printing attractive brochures and putting up large hoardings with lifelike pictures of the proposed building. No matter how many drawings CAD drafting services produce, the clients finally need an accurate 3D representation of the structure to understand the design.
The art of making three-dimensional views is not new to the mankind. Even before architecture became a profession, artists were rendering beautiful pictures of the famous and not so famous buildings all over the world. These pictures in fact helped different civilizations know about the wonderful architectural wonders being produced in other parts of the world. Even when traveling around the globe was not very common or easy, the western world knew about Tajmahal through such views only, and the Indians were also aware about architectural masterpieces like Parthenon or the pyramid of Giza. This art of making 3D views actually brought different civilizations closer this way.
Perhaps the best thing about the art of making 3D views is that Architectural drafting services can offer perspectives of a building from countless angles. A view from the eye-level would look different from a bird’s eye view, and so would a worm’s eye view from an axial view. Three-dimensional views are not used just to represent the exteriors of a structure, even the interiors can be shown accurately in a lifelike fashion. There are various Architectural design and drafting techniques of representing the interiors like perspectives, axonometric and isometrics etc that help the designers to convey their design ideas.
The 3D views were being created even before architecture was adopted as a formal profession. We shall be discussing this interesting topic in our future posts as well.