From Caveman Drawings to 3D Architectural Rendering

 In 3d Rendering, Marketing, Real Estate

From Caveman Drawings to 3D Architectural Rendering


Humans are artistic in such amazing ways. As early as the prehistoric times, cave-dwellers exhibited a passion for art. They had a vivid imagination and it was natural for them to express their feelings on the cave wall or tree bark and stones. Then, paper was invented and humans learned to sketch their drawings on these “modern tree barks”. Their drawings became clearer and more detailed – as modern humans developed artistic talents far beyond their predecessors. As the value of the canvas became more advanced, its effects helped the sketched image to become more vibrant and emphasized.

As centuries passed, humans had evolved and their skills improved vastly. Technology was the next invention to radically change how humans created art. With the advent of computers, they became adept at creating digital images. In recent years, different drawing tools and software were introduced such as the AutoCAD, which was developed by Autodesk, Inc. and launched in 1982. Computer-aided design (CAD) is software used to create a detailed design of different infrastructures with regard to architecture, manufacturing and engineering. It supports both 2D and 3D formats. As technology flourishes, more and more tools are developed giving rise to rendering companies, offering good and fashioned 3d architectural rendering.


3D Rendering refers to a drawing in perspective of a proposed structure. These drawings may relate to either commercial or institutional buildings, housing or urban development, or simply designing an exterior or interior aspect of a certain infrastructure. 3D architectural rendering is the final process of creating the actual image of a design. It gives a better vision of a design, which creates photo-realistic images based on a three-dimensional data stored within the computer. It enhances your typical sketch into digital images, which offers an improved outlook of a design. As 3D renders are a powerful visual tool, it can be used in many different styles. One of the popular styles is architectural rendering. It is mainly used to emphasize a complete scene of architectural designs on a three dimensional approach. These are possibly residential buildings, landscapes, exterior or interior aspects of a house plan.

As one of the important notions in architecture, it simulates the elements of an image to make it look as if it was real. A good use of this style is marketing in a real estate industry. With 3D architectural rendering, potential clients are given a better view of the design or floor plan. It’s easier to understand than 2D drawings, floor plans, or hand-sketched designs. Some of the finest 3D architectural renders are the Art Museum of Estonia by Viktor Fretyan, Skyscraper by Kiko Quieros and Scado by Zoltan Koncz.


So if you are marketing a property of any type, don’t get stuck with the caveman methods. Explore the 3D architectural rendering options to help you stand out as a leader in your field.

For quality 3D rendering services, check out Power Rendering.

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