3D Room Set

3D Room Set from Pim Studios Ltd

By: Pim Studios Ltd  08/07/2015
Keywords: architectural design, Building Design, Product Design

CGI can save time and money for creating complex room sets and environments. Traditionally a photographer would have to physically build each room set once finished dismantle it. However once you have invested in creating a digital room set this asset can be reused infinite amounts times with as many amends as you wish. We can also provide you with chalk models of room sets you are planning on creating or photorealistic images. Once the asset of the room set is built in 3d we can position the 3D camera in several angles to produce multiple images. CGI should be seen as a tool to aid a photographer / photography not to replace it and example of this could be the photographer shoots to product and Pim Studios creates the backgrounds in CGI matching photographer camera position and lens.

Keywords: 3d graphics, 3D Illustration, 3d modelling, 3d rendering, 3D Visualisation, architectural animation, architectural design, architectural illustration, architectural rendering, architectural visualisation, architectural visualization, Building Design, Cad Drawings, CAD Services, Computer Aided Design, Computer Modelling, Digital imaging, Product Design

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