As an interior designer, you can apply several methods to influence your audience. The main purpose of every rendering is to give the clients a feel of the lifestyle on offer. Of course, every aspect of the 3D renders has to be balanced to achieve this. This includes placement of objects, amount of lighting, shadow detail, and fine-tuning.
Another way to make the renders interesting is the addition of different perspectives. Showing your designs through different rendering styles can impress the audiences. Each such style invokes a different kind of emotion in the audience. With such inclusions, you can make your 3D renders stand out. With that in mind, here are 5 such styles you can show your architectural renders in.
1. Depiction in Different Times of Day
Portraying renders in natural light is an effective method to move your audience. Sunlight coming in through the windows can give a feeling of warmth to audience. Natural light can give a vibrant touch to the interior architectural renders. All you have to do is make sure you don’t illuminate the render too much. Too much light will not only be distracting, but will also overshadow the rendering.
Another effective method is to show the render at nighttime. While sunlight gives feelings of warmth, a night scenes invokes calmness and tranquility. This perspective can prove to be a bit tricky for designers though. It’s because in nighttime visuals the only source of lighting is the interior lighting. The designer has to find a perfect balance to ensure these visuals have the intended effect.
2. Showing Activity in the Renders
Designers can inspire their clients by showing some sort of movement in the renders. Depicting a family activity going on, or kids playing, can really move the audiences. By seeing signs of life, the audience can see how living in that space would be like. They can imagine themselves in the same scene, which gives them a sense of belonging.
3. Solutions for Time and Resource Constraints
In the 3D rendering profession, there is always the stress of meeting deadlines. Sometimes, the resources don’t allow you to achieve your full creative potential. There are ways to get around such issues and still make your designs stand out.
If your design is incomplete and time is running out, you can use process rendering. It is a way to convey the concept of the design without letting it be known that it’s incomplete. These renderings give an impression that the rendering is complete. They do require a certain level of expertise to look perfect though.
If you are falling short on resources, you can rely on line drawings. It is quick method to show the complete features of the interior. If you lack the time or resources to achieve photo realism, line drawings are your way out.
4. 3D Floor Plans
For some clients, 2D floor plans don’t prove very effective. They leave a lot to the clients’ imagination and don’t provide enough clarity. 3D floor plans with table-top views can do the trick in such cases. With complete furniture and other elements, such plans give clients a different perspective. Adding 3D floor plans along with full views can give clients the full picture. This way the clients know better how the interior space can be utilized.
5. Including Vertical Section Views
The vertical sections can also give an idea of the construction plans to the clients. Through these the audience can know about the utilization of vertical space. Vertical section views can be used to convey a lot of information from a unique perspective. This especially proves useful in case of large buildings.