Hot New Trends for 2013 : 3D Rendering Opportunities

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3D Rendering Tools

Technology is moving ahead in leaps and bounds, and there are no indications that it will be slowing down any time soon. 3D Designers are constantly coming up with new methods of wowing their clients by bringing their imaginations to life, with amazing life like models.

A popular tool among 3D Designers and 3D animators alike, is “Sketch-up.” This tool easily and quickly transforms and tests different versions of a model with various colours and fixtures.

There have been quite a lot of add-ons coming into the market place and this of course improves the quality of Rendering and ensures a far more realistic effect in the final product.

“Sketch-up” was acquired by Trimble fairly recently, which assures all the designers of upcoming improvements in the rendering, so that’s pretty exciting!

There are still some shortcomings however and this is where a tool like 3D Rendering is handy to have. 3D Rendering allows the 3D animation companies to modify and render the Sketch-Up model in order to make the animations more high quality and fluent.

For example, a simple, flat 2D image can be converted into a high quality, sharp 3D model with far more detail. So, lets say you wanted to create a descriptive and detailed Floor plan and you couldn’t just rely on a 2D imaging software or normal sketching application. You would instead need to use a 3D rendering software to convert into a 3D model which provides the maximum details.

3D Rendering works best in a case where conveying more information is what you’re after as opposed to having a clean image.

More and more users of software like Sketch-Up are getting into 3D modelling and animations because there is such a high demand now for 3D animation and high-end graphics in the marketing and advertisement niche. In addition there are a number of functions that 3D Rendering can do that Sketch-Up can’t.

Opportunities for 3D Rendering 

If you are an aspiring 3D animation artist, the good news is that getting 3D Animation project has become a lot easier as so many industries are now offering opportunities for 3D Animators to earn and income from this very special talent. There are new hotels, restaurants, offices and other buildings going up every day and a 3D Model has become a  pre-requisite to the start of any construction project.

-Val Cameron/Dreamlight

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4 Responses to “Hot New Trends for 2013 : 3D Rendering Opportunities”

  1. Trevor June 20, 2013 at 4:47 pm #

    I’m in the construction industry and have used 3d modelling for years to ensure lighting schemes and plant room layouts work. It beggars belief how many delays, costs and frustration can be avoided before a single brick is laid.
    However, it takes time and money to do it right and as the benefits are not tangible or measurable these are seen as nice to haves. By both clients and other team members. So I keep doing it to ensure my work is up to standard and sit back and watch as the inevitable mistakes are made time and again.
    Maybe one day they will wise up.

    • Val Cameron June 26, 2013 at 7:13 pm #

      That’s awesome, thanks for sharing your story! Yeah, I see 3D modeling pop up everything when it comes to real design..!

  2. HeatherT June 26, 2013 at 11:07 pm #

    I used to teach in an innovative secondary school. We had a lot of interest in computer art and set up quite a number of computer labs to handle a hot demand. I did not teach CAD drawing but became very interested to teach my art in all things digital. We began with Amiga systems in the early days – how amazing that I could keep each student’s art work on their own floppy disk. That floppy would store all their work for a semester. . . . Somehow Amiga disappeared but we went ahead in leaps and bounds but with Microsoft. All our labs had a computer with 2 monitors for each student and we taught 3 main subjects “graphic design” (digital photography,web design and 2D art) “animation – using Corel products, and 3D modelling, using Bryce and Poser. Over time we built a huge system of tutorials made with Microsoft FrontPage and stored on our server. The students used the tute on one screen and the appropriate program on the other screen. Our school got statewide recognition for our innovation. . Now of course in my retired life I continue to use 2 large monitors and cannot imagine life without that system. Val Cameron has a wonderful collection of learning videos so I would urge anyone using them to invest in 2 monitors. It is SO MUCH MORE efficient!!

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