Option on the Lincoln Plaza sign display, 3d models not made on corel.
sorry about you health bro..yes there are plugins for rendering images..that what i don't like ..so tend not to do all that..sometime yes o a high-end job..I will us Solidworks for those jobs
Hi Guys! Been OK lately...Have a minor health issue but I won't blabber about it here.Yup! I still do EVERYTHING with Corel. I took a small look at Sketchup. Even though it's fast, effective and gives a great idea about the dimensions for clients, I don't like the feeling the illustrations have with the strokes. I'd like to have a more realistic look. I don't know if there are plug ins or other linkable programs so the rendered images could look more clean and real say like. 3D Studio...Trouble is, I have too much work for me to stop and learn new software!
Us the free copy of sketchup..
I designed it all in Corel first and then imported the design into sketchup and build the model of it..Then took the model back into Corel..Stephan does all in Corel..I thin him and I were the first doing this 3d look for sign in Corel back in the day.??.
I'm with ya on that front Jim...! Did you do the scaled elevation in SketchUp too? And then use that to create the 3D renderings?
$800+ isn't a good thing, but I may be able to justify it with examples like your work,,,
tetrodesign do you use SketchUp at all...? (And how have you been my friend?)
I dislike the cartoon look that most sign guys have with their layout, keep the look clean and not so much going on in the background..It takes away from the design..
Yes sketchup is what I us..It faster than using Corel like I use to for the 3d perspectives..45min compared to 2 hours..
Dave those I did in a 3d model in Sketchy, I do many models now ad day in this 3d program, its fast and customer can really get the idea of what you have planned , more dimension..
I think it's either SKETCHUP or 3D Studio, If I can recall correctly...Right Jim?
I'm constantly disappointed at the lack of dimensionalism in orthographic projection elevations.
I gotta ask Jim... How did you achieve the 2 'grey' renderings on the left margin...?
thank you sir, I try my best to bring my clients the best sign designs..I get to work with some great people ..
Damn I love finding art good enough to emulate...! Great work Jim.
Another nice one Jim!