The construction of 3-dimensional models implies the presence of a body that was made in the mind of the designer. For this body to come to life, you need a skeleton, that is, a supporting structure.
Therefore, the task of the designer is to give life to the idea of the designer, creating a skeleton, and connecting all the components together, so that the whole body parts function perfectly with each other.
In other words, we create a detailed drawing from the sketch, according to which the manufacturer will be able to produce the desired product.
An example is visible in the pictures:
We design in 3-dimensional space, which allows us to perceive the designed object realistically and at the same time the possibility of error is minimized.
The created 3-dimensional object has a number of advantages that allow the client to understand at an early stage whether it is what he really wants.
You can measure a spatial object, find out the weight and even check virtually the acoustic properties of the future product. By creating a 3-dimensional object, you save your money, since creating a 3-dimensional model is faster and easier than making 10 real prototypes, losing a lot of time and paying 3 times more for them, because a prototype always costs money!
We get visualization from ready-made 3-dimensional models. This process turns the model into a photorealistic picture, with all the shadows and midtones, which gives the picture life and makes it real. The first thing that starts with visualization is that the desired texture is superimposed. A scene is created where the created feature is placed. In addition, the last thing we do is arrange appropriate lighting. Then comes the rendering process (drawing the picture), which takes some time, sometimes even several hours.