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Neighborhood streetscape

September 28, 2012 in rendering, zfeatured

Computer illustration of streetscapeThis computer illustration of a traditional town design highlights the principles of New Urbanism. Neighborhoods promote walkability, connectivity, and are rooted in the history of traditional neighborhood design.

Pepper Hall

September 27, 2012 in rendering, zfeatured

Pepper Hall architectural rendering streetscapeThis rendering was developed to help the town near Savannah, Georgia, envision the possibility of a new town center.

Brescia University

September 27, 2012 in rendering, zfeatured

Brescia aerial architectural illustration of master plan One of the primary advantages of choosing an aerial illustration is to highlight changes proposed in a master plan development. This rendering illustrates the renovations to existing structures while highlighting the new plaza, connecting all of the buildings within the interior green space of the campus.

Aerial Renderings

September 28, 2011 in rendering

aerial rendering of proposed plaza areaAerial renderings have several distinct advantages over inserting a computer model or building rendering into an existing aerial photograph.  In an aerial rendering the entire illustration, both the surrounding area and buildings and the new buildings are rendered in the same color scheme to produce a much more pleasing effect. In a full aerial rendering the colors, angle of view, and details can be manipulated to emphasize all the positive features of the new/proposed construction. Most aerial photographs contain elements such as utility poles and lines, random colors and entourage that distract from the buildings or areas to be developed.

Leconte Center

September 27, 2011 in rendering

Leconte Center located in Pigeon Forge TN

This is an example of the types of computer renderings we are able to produce using Google SketchUp and Photoshop.

Low aerial view of Leconte Center in Pigeon Forge TN. A computer generated rendering.