3D modeling of custom furniture

Customized 3D furniture modeling is an excellent approach to produce stunning product pictures that will win prospects over. It not only allows consumers to visualize manufacturers' ideas, but it also helps dealers promote new furniture on the market successfully.

A furniture business is weary of the time-consuming organizational process of photo shoots for each marketing campaign. It takes too much time and work, which makes keeping to tight deadlines impossible. Furthermore, product pictures have become increasingly complex over the years, threatening to consume all available budgets for Manufacturers.
The furniture company is interested in trying out Betterthan, but they are unsure of where to start or what exactly needs to be done to produce the intended results. They need 3D models that look like real life, and don't know what kind of materialsto sendto a studio specializesin this area.

We've spent years in the 3D industry and have a lot of modeling done, so we're confident that there is an ideal brief formula. Learn about the top five reference materials for a custom furniture modeling project to get photorealistic photos more quickly than ever.

Drawings of 3d models

CAD drawings are necessary for any 3D furniture modelling project as they provide all relevant details about a product. They become even more essential when the furniture is being designed from scratch and only exists in someone's head.

Artists create 3D images from drafts that guide them, which product designers use as a basis for the manufacturing process. The most effective CAD drawings for custom furniture are shop and millwork drafts as well as wireframe model drawings.

The overall image of the furniture

When it comes to bespoke 3D furniture modeling, the first step is always a concept. Manufacturers generally offer only a CAD drawing or a hand sketch, but they may also provide a product prototype that is the most accurate representation of all.

However, it is not required that every shot include a person or people. For a product design 3D modelling project, a photo of furniture, a regular view in one shot with no cropping, and a few different angles will also do.

A photo of the environment

The next step is to provide a photo of the environment in which the furniture will be placed. It should be an uncluttered space with good lighting that lets you see all sides of the piece clearly.
If the final goal is to have a photorealistic image, then a professional photographer should take the picture. But for a 3D model that will only be used for marketing purposes, a regular photo from a digital camera is just fine.

A list of materials

The third step is to send over a list of materials that will be used in the furniture piece. This includes everything from the type of wood to the upholstery fabric.

If there are any special requests, such as a specific finish or color, they should be noted as well. The more information that is provided upfront, the easier it will be to create an accurate 3D model later on.

A list of dimensions

Last but not least, manufacturers need to send over a list of dimensions for the piece of furniture. This is especially important for custom-made pieces that are not standard sizes.

The list should include all measurements, such as width, height, depth, and any other relevant details. It is also helpful to include a diagram that shows how the piece will be put together.

Use our 3D modelling services to create accurate images of your bespoke furniture designs, and get the game-changing product promotion you deserve.