To create perfect 3D Models for anything there are several ways to do so and even, there is a lot to be concerned about. The shapes, sizes, colour combinations, work methods, output driven techniques and record keepings by the model, etc. There are different ways in which 3D Modelling techniques are used and there is also a huge scope for the application of 3D Modelling principles.
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3D Modelling Concepts:
A sculpture, if seen, is itself a probable view of the 3D Model perhaps. If a visit to a showroom is made, and a product is on the display which is not the real product but just gives the notion to the eyes which fall on it, that itself is a real model. This is what designers call 3D Model of that particular product. 3D Models are of many types and they also are meant for different purposes like, training, replica making, decorative pieces, movie shoots, photography, geographical studies, analysis of numerical statistics (cones, planes, lines, triangles, parallelograms, etc.), product marketing, board displays, and lot more. All of these are just few applications of the Architectural 3D Modelling concepts, there are many other specialities where in this concept can be used.
Composition of 3D Models:
To create 3D Models, there are professional modellers or model designers, and even they can be constructed even by the novices or beginners with due care taken and applying proper techniques. The composition part goes in such a way that the real object is totally replicated by the model, i.e. there remains no difference between the real product and the model.
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Firstly the decision is to be made, whether the model will be working or just non-functional. The difference between the two is of the functionality. In case of the working model, the designer has to make sure that the model behaves exactly the same as the real product does. And when it comes to the non-functional model, the look, feel and texture of the real model is entertained, this doesn’t need to work like the real product.
When a decision is reached, the designer collects all the necessary materials and information required to create the model. The dimensions, colours and their shades, cut-outs, and drawing tools are all put together with the creativity. The model is drawn generally on a piece of a hard cardboard which acts as a base and rest everything is then loaded onto it.