Schroder House - 3D Computer Rendering
Originally uploaded by Patrick Hoesly
Another one of my rendering!
This is the final Kitchen rendering. It was modeled entirely in SketchUp and rendered with Twilight Render. It is a bit darker on the left side of the image, however the client wanted to see what the kitchen would look like with just the sun shining in the sliding door off to the right. as you can see the room does indeed have a good deal of light.
A Kitchen rendering which I modeled using SketchUp software. This rendering is a wire-frame study of of all the components in the rendering. It's just darn cool to look at, yet is really hard to read and understand. Click the next image to see the next in the series.
This 3D computer rendering was modeled, rendered and post processed by Patrick Hoesly, a Kansas City based illustrator specializing in architectural illustrations and graphic design. This image is copyrighted.
What is a 3D computer rendering?
3D Rendering is the graphical process of drawing 3D environments inside the computer and then producing an image or animation representing that space. Or in other words… Have you seen Toy Story? Yep, I do that… only with architectural environments. I got a Cool Job!
How did you make it?
This rendering was made using software specially designed to draw in 3D and to create a photorealistic look. Each project is unique, however I use SketchUp, 3D Max, VRay, Twilight Render, AutoCAD, Podium, Vue, Piranesi, Revit, AutoCAD, and Photoshop
About Patrick Hoesly:
I’m a graphic illustrator, specializing in architectural illustrations and graphic design. I work with Architects, Interior Designers, Landscape Architects, and Engineers to help them visualize and understand their designs.
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This image show the model without any materials applied to any surfaces. The illustration is starting to take on a good deal of character. Click the next image to see the next in the series.