There are at least three main types of 3D animation
rendering services in the furniture design process: wireframing, rendering, and mock-up. Each has its own purpose and is used at different stages of the design process.
One of the first steps in the furniture design process is to create a basic wireframe. This is a simple photorealistic 3d furniture rendering that outlines the basic shape and dimensions of the piece. Using software such as SketchUp or SolidWorks, designers can quickly create a wireframe of their design. The wireframe serves as a reference point for later stages of the design process, allowing designers to quickly make changes and maintain consistency throughout the process.
Once the basic structure has been established, designers can begin to add more details and make adjustments to the piece. At this stage, they may also choose to create a full-scale mock-up of the design. This allows them to see how the piece will actually look when it’s put together. By creating a mock-up before moving into production, designers can ensure that their 3D architectural interior rendering will be feasible from a production standpoint and will be able to meet all necessary safety standards.
Once the final design has been approved, designers can create detailed 3D photorealistic renderings of the finished piece. These are realistic models that show what the product will look like in real life. These detailed renders can be helpful both for sales purposes and for showing customers what their finished product will look like.