Feb 5, 2009

SouthWoods Rendered 3D


Southwoods in a rendered design style. Adding gradients and shadow help with perspective. Going clockwise from the left...
  • North Pond
  • Geothermal Heat Array
  • Fenced dining; patio; annual garden area
  • Driveway loop
  • Upper studio classroom
  • Catchment pond (bright blue)
  • New South Swales and Orchard
  • Back Driveway
  • Barn and Garage
  • Lower Pond
  • Livestock Paddocks
  • Nursery Area
  • Wood lot
I like this style of design. Easy for clients to read and relate to.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

These 3Ds are really cool. What software/program are you using to produce them?

Love the blueberry/bunchberry/lingonberry one. I have several white pines and have been thinking about a similar combination beneath them...in my neck of the woods, WP, blueberries and bunchberry naturally occur together anyway.

Forest Garden Design and Consulting said...

I use Adobe Illustrator except for some photoshop enhancement I do on aerials and soil maps used in the base map. No automation or filters except for some shadows.

Dan

Permaculture and Polyculture Consulting and Design

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