3D Siteplans and elevated views offer a perspective on a development that is difficult to capture with any clarity or precision by any other means. Plot sizes and boundary placements provide important information to any potential customer and 3D rendered views can be an impressive alternative to traditional illustrated siteplans.
While conventional line drawing floorplans are often the go-to option for providing important information about individual plot layouts, a 3D floorplan visual not only looks great but can also give a better sense of how the spaces within a property might look and feel. We offer basic and high detailed 3d floor plans depending on your budget.
Our production process
Stage one – Brief
This is where we receive the clients brief for their project and all the architect drawings showing all the dimenstions which we will use to re-create the CGI.
We then put a quote together based on the supplied information and if the client is happy to proceed we will move onto stage two.
Stage two – Model
We use the DWG or PDF files supplied by the client to put together the 3d model of the house, interior or environment at 1 x 1 scale.
Stage three – Texture
After the 3d model is created we use the material schedule from the architects to start adding the textures to our models. Some textures will need to be created from scratch and some can be used from a library of materials and textures.
Stage four – Draft
The first draft can then be sent to the client for checking. This gives the client the opportunity to make small changes and tweaks to the image supplied. Any adjustments can then be made to the models ready for the final image to be rendered.
Stage five – Final
At this stage the final image is then rendered at full size resolution and post production can then be applied to the final image. The final image can then be sent to the client for complete sign off. This can then be used in a brochure, billboard, poster or shared on social media or on a website to advertise the property.