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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 8:43:06 PM | Complete Rendering

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The other day I was approched by a client who wanted some stuff done in 3d to help visualize the space, then it turned into a full blown interior rendering.  I might be battling myself with this issue or just not seeing the easy solution for this but the owner wants to see everything that he would see in his restaurant as far as all the knick-knacks go. I will attach a few images for all to look at and hopefully help me find the best solution for getting these into the rendering.  Would it be to take the image and photoshop it or try to model all these things, or what?  the skull is my biggest issue. Please help b/c as always there is a dealine on this :-)



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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 8:43:39 PM | Complete Rendering

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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 8:49:27 PM | Complete Rendering

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It really depends on what type of angles you are going to be seeing these objects at.  I would try to model the easier ones if you can (not sure how capable you are). 4 out of the 6 seem like they would be fairly simple to create but again it all depends on how you will be viewing the rendering.


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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 8:53:05 PM | Complete Rendering

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Search google warehouse.  Those models can be imported into revit families or directly placed in your model.


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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 9:45:59 PM | Complete Rendering

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First....I hope you are charging for all that work.  While shadows wont be there, you could apply decals of the entourage so its there, but not three dimensional.  Also, Autodesk  has a program (available free if you are on subscription) that you can take a bunch of photos of the objects (if available) and it will make a 3d profile of them.  I can;t find it right now....it was project somehting or other, but they do have 123D: http://www.123dapp.com/catch  They may have renamed it.  Were I in your shoes, I would explain the amount of work involved and make sure he approves the additional work.  Good luck!


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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 11:09:43 PM | Complete Rendering

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Lizard is referring to Photofly.  If the objects are available you can take a bunch of pictures from every angle and create a 3D model.  I've used it and it works pretty good, though you will need a decent camera to get the pics to turn out.  Photofly is actually pretty amazing, you just upload the pics and in an hour or so, they send you back the model.   


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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 11:12:31 PM | Complete Rendering

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update, they changed the name to "123D Catch"


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