Renderings by Hand or Machine?

visualizing the complete after....

visualizing the complete after....

Many designers use renderings to relay our visions to our clients.   When I first meet with a client, I can clearly see the end result in my mind.  Relaying this information to the homeowner is at times more challenging than relaying it to others.  While I have great visualization skills, I DON’T have great drawing skills.  Some designers are blessed with the ability to create spectacular hand drawn renderings.  I do not.  As for me, I use a great computer program.  Here are some samples of rooms rendered for the purpose of helping my client to visualize her space!


Pamela Sandall Interior Designs

503-699-HOME (4663)

http://www.pamelasandalldesign.com

 

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One Response to Renderings by Hand or Machine?

  1. You’re absolutely right, Angela, that most consumers would rather put their investment into the products and design services rather than full-color renderings. Perspective sketches, whether drawn by hand or a CAD program, are effective tools when there is going to be a major layout change in a kitchen, bathroom, or addition, or any structural changes such as new windows or raising the ceiling. Using an object-oriented or building information modeling (BIM)program makes it easy to place a virtual camera anywhere in the space, to show what the room is going to look like — to scale! — in hidden-line or photorealistic views. CAD plans, elevations, and perspectives are easy to e-mail or share in one of the virtual meeting sites. Technology can be wonderful (when it works well).

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