Architectural Visualisation – Treat For Your Customers

Architectural 3d rendering are highly employed in marketing of properties and business related to real estate. It is a very effective way through which the client can foresee the project in the form of a 3-dimensional view in the form of a finished product. It is like seeing the building in place of a vacant plot of land!

Gaining its popularity among all people, architectural visualisation is the most sought after technology in the field of real estate business now.

How Do We Create An Architectural Visualisation?

The first step in going about creating a visualisation effect is by employing one or the other top software available in the market for this purpose.

Let us now see how architectural visualisation is done with Sketch Up software. Here is a quick step by step tutorial on knowing how it is done:

Architectural Visualisation Using Sketch Up:

Step 1:

Create sequences or scenes which will be the “skeleton” or base of your project.

Step 2:

Proceed to animation panel in the Sketch Up portal. The following will give you the access to the animation panel.

Model Info > Windows > Model Info > Animation Panel

Step 3:

Now we have to enable an option to run things smoothly. This will help in transition of the image smoothly and in a fine manner.

Enable screen transition > Check the box

Step 4:

Now we have to determine how long your visual animation has to run. Check out for the transition speed. If the speed is 0 it will make it a number multiplied by the number of scenes you require your architectural animation to be on.

Scene Delay > Check Box and enter the required number in the box

Step 5:

Set scene delay time. If you want it to be a fly through or walk through, it is advised not to change anything in this field, if not change it as per the requirement as it will make each scene pass with a pause. The time required must be decided upon the output that is required by you. This can be the key to making your animated visualisation as effective as you want it to be.

Step 6:

Adjust your modelling window according to how the output should be. For instance, it can be long and skinny. Unlike 2D imaging and animation, there are more open avenues to explore in the 3 D world. With a subject as versatile as architectural visualisation, one has endless opportunities to explore and find out their required export as it means more money.

Step 7:

This would probably be the last step. Export your image or animation with the required pixels and size. Repeat if required.