Architectural designers use 3D software to create models of buildings and other structures. These models are used to test the safety and design of potential buildings.
In this course, we help you to become competitive interior designers in both commercial and residential structures. Our expert designers will always mentor you and gives you the required knowledge and help.
The Process for developing 3D Architectural Models :
â€¢ Have a sketch, design or a CAD file of your architectural design
â€¢ If you do not have a sketch or .CAD file, our expert team will create one for you
â€¢ We will draft the CAD file in a 3d software to create a virtual 3D model according to clientâ€™s requirement
â€¢ Once the Design process is completed, we will perform the finishing touches by adding lighting,textures,landscaping & post production techniques.
How 3D models are used
Depending on how it will be used in the future, a 3D model or a group of models can be suitable for:
- Video games
- Architectural visualization
- 3D printing
For the purpose of this post, we will only talk about architectural visualization, as it can relate to 3D interior design as well. In most cases, visualization results in getting several 3D images that represent certain objects. In this case, the designers have to work with geometry, different materials, lighting, surroundings, and textures. In the end, images are usually edited in a software such as Photoshop.
ONLINE INTERIOR DESIGN COURSES
There are many institutes that offer online programs on designing. It includes basic certificate courses to graduate level and beyond. Also, some colleges also offer specialties in design field. Let us see how the whole concept fits your scheme of things.
Quite convenient: All you need is a working PC/laptop and internet. You can literally be anywhere and still study.
Flexible: Running a fever? No issues, take your time, recover and then make up for your lost time. That is because there is no attendance pressure.
Accommodating : Because of its flexibility, you can learn while you earn. So, no real need of quitting your job, you just have to burn the midnight oil!
Little interaction: Since all the learning takes place online, you really do not get large realtime interaction. This may take you to communication lag since your next email becomes your response. This again depends on when you are free to reply.
Lack of Spot guidance: When you study and come up with a doubt that blocks your progress, you long for someone who could guide you. However, internet becomes your saviour. Again, that is, if you have the time.
No supervision: You struggle day and night to make a project with whatever you could study. But all that work ususally goes unsupervised. Now even if you mail a drawing for correction after completing it, mistakes mean another lot of hours on the same drawing again. This is becuase there is no one to point your mistakes on the spot.
Limited feedbacks: You mail your presentations to your mentors who give you a feedback. Which is quite different from getting an opportunity to browse through your batchmates works before submitting.
Limited exposure: According to credits, you may or may not have extra elements like seminars, site visits or workshops. Ouch, that is indeed a big con.
No â€˜campusâ€™ life: That, obviously, will not happen since you wonâ€™t be attending the college really.
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