We get inspirited every day to create new and exciting materials. Realistic renders come with great experience , dedication and love for the art form. Understanding the usage of maps is a vital key. With over ten years of experience in my art , you will notice the realistic and vivid renders that allow the clients to be transported to the visualisation of what the finished product will look like. Shadowing , lighting , shading , wear and tear are all a necessity in the realism of a great realistic render that is believable and that adds another dimension to the product that will allow it to stand out and speak for itself.
We have supplied some inspirations with our materials below, to inspire you to create and make your render as close to real as possible.
We look at a fantastic 3d render of an upcoming Westfields Shopping Centre. The render consists of a large number of materials. We selected a few below that best match the Westfields 3d render.
We look at a great perspective image of One Central in the city of Sydney. The perspective consists of a large number of metal and reflective materials. We selected a few below that best match the perspective.
Infinity by Crown Group is located in the new developed green square. The render consists of a large number of flat and satin concrete and metal finishes. We selected a few below that best match the 3d render.
The Port House by Zaha Hadid architects is a architectural marvel. The image of the structure displays new and old materials and finishes with metals, bricks and also the usage of tiles. We selected a few below that best match this perspective image of the Port House.
The newly completed Bund finance centre by foster and partners, has a unique modern design with an animated facade. Finishes on the exterior are metals in copper and black finishes. We selected a few below that best match the finance centre.