Architectural photomontage adds realism

//Architectural photomontage adds realism
Architectural photomontage adds realism 2017-03-01T16:34:03+00:00

Project Description

Architectural photomontage

3D architectural visualisation techniques were combined with location photography to give this artists impression a sense of realism, adding to its attraction and appeal.

Created before the property was even built, this stunning architectural illustration enabled the developer to market and sell the properties at a very early stage of the development.

Constructed on a site previously occupied by a small unsightly industrial unit, the properties were only part-finished when work on the architectural illustration began, and were masked by scaffolding and security fencing.

Working from architectural drawings (PDF) and materials references our CGI studio set to work creating the architectural visual, adding a few artistic embellishments, such as walling, paving and plants.

The 3D architectural illustration was then incorporated into a photograph featuring the site and neighbouring properties.

The final touches were added using electronic image manipulation to remove distracting elements, such as scaffolding, aerials and blemishes on the neighbouring buildings, roads and pavement.

The result is a high quality architectural illustration that shows the housing developments to its true potential.

The client is, of course, delighted with the end result, commenting, “Thanks very much for the CGI. Your team have done a great job. Very pleased you nudged us down the photomontage route!”

Whether you are a house builder, property developer, architect or interior designer, our CGI studio delivers high quality architectural illustrations and artists impressions to help you sell your project.

Check out our articles on CGI and 3D illustrations in our blog and take a look at  similar architectural visualisation work in our portfolio to discover the benefits of CGI.

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