(PRWEB) February 28, 2014
It takes a long time to make a 3D model of high quality. It takes even more time to create a photorealistic image. 3D designers are eager to realize their incredible ideas all the time. Although, commercial projects are not the place where they can do it freely. That is why 3D artists use their spare time to create unbelievably photorealistic 3D renderings.
Compilations of images which perfectly represent artificial reality were published on CGTrader.com a couple of times. This time it was focused on the architecture - a compilation consists 38 architectural 3D renderings that could easily mislead the mind of the viewer. It is hard to tell that it is not a photography but a visual product made with CG software.
“Making photorealistic 3D renderings is a perfect way to show the magic of 3D modeling. It is difficult to explain the limitless possibilities of this visual art to people who do not work with 3D modeling. In this case, they could see that products of this digital art can look as real as photography,” said Marius Kalytis, CEO of CGTrader.
3D modeling software is being developed constantly. That is why 3D designers can create more photorealistic renderings of interior, exteriors, environment and other architectural material. It usually takes approximately two weeks to make one project of such a photorealistic 3D art.
The community-based 3D model marketplace CGTrader.com was founded in 2011. CGTrader has been built with the vision of democratizing the 3D modeling and 3D design market. It has attracted investors and in early 2013 CGTrader raised 185,000 EUR from venture capital fund Practica Capital. An additional funding was achieved in early 2014. The company has also raised funding from Intel Capital to strengthen community and its position in 3D printing market.
There are more than 50,000 3D models uploaded to the digital library and more than 44,000 registered users, uniting 3D modeling professionals from all around the world.