(Above: Galway Golf Estate, Jimi Deji-Tijani, 2017.)
Pretty Perspective can bring clarity to your design ideas with true to life photographic illustrations across a range of formats such as visualisations (aka CGIs) but we can cater for a lot more upon request.
What can I use a CGI for?
CGIs (computer generated images) are the best option in projecting your vision; whether that is for communicating to a client, for presentations, or to aid the production of documents, such as planning applications, or manuals.
Taking sometimes hard to read CAD drawings and turning them into sensitive and emotive images are the expertise of Pretty Perspective.
Such CGIs are highly valuable and sought after during the design stages – whether for a consultation or planning application.
The process is hassle-free at Pretty Perspective, with just four stages…
You provide as many project files of the proposal as possible, to ensure a high-quality output.
A fully accurate 3D model of the proposal is created after consultation with you on material finishes, colours, lighting.
The specifications pertaining to the project are added to the 3D model.
The requested camera positions are implemented, before the rendering process begins.*
Draft images are issued to you**. Once the drafts are approved, the rendering process is taken to completion.
The images are graded, post-processed and checked for consistent quality before a final image finally being submitted to you. Hassle free with a swift turnaround, and reasonable cost.
Pretty Picture complete!
All types of visualisations can be processed at Pretty Perspective. Interiors, exteriors, concepts, product shots, montages and more. Feel free to explore the site.
For more information or a quote for your project, get in contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Depending on the number of images requested, and the complexity of the 3D model, the rendering time may vary. Before the rendering process,
**Drafts may be submitted to you in order to finalise the agreed images. Reasonable changes (within scope) to the model/image (s) based on feedback from the draft (s) are acceptable, but major changes (outside scope) will incur an added cost which reflects the time needed to implement them.