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Graphic Design
What Is 3D Modeling?

3D modeling is the process of using software to create a mathematical representation of a 3-dimensional object or shape. The created object is called a 3D model and these 3-dimensional models are used in a variety of industries.

The film, television, video games, architecture, construction, product development, science and medical industries all use 3D models to visualize, simulate and render graphic designs.

Types Of 3D Modeling
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3D Modeling Used For Product Marketing

This is the most common and simple way of using 3D models. If marketing department needs images for a catalogs or any other promotional materials, this is where they need 3D product visualization. These images, despite being mostly error-free (since there are just a handful of rules that 3D modeler has to follow), take a long time to be made gorgeous. From all types of 3D modeling, there are several that are used for this sphere. Depending on the intended quality of 3D models, it’s possible to use polygon modeling, spline (NURBS) modeling or 3D sculpting. The former is faster and cheaper, but its level of detail is limited to quantity of polygons (more polygons - smaller details). NURBS is simpler than polygonal modeling, but limiting in terms of types of things that can be created with it, specialising in basic 3D shapes and largely used as a foundation for polygonal models. The latter is more time-consuming and complicated, but allows tiny details to be implemented on the fly, resulting in better overall quality.


3D Modeling For Architectural Rendering

There is a saying that architecture is 50% creativity and 50% math. The types of 3D modeling that were mentioned before can be used to visualize designs that exist solely on paper, but what about actual construction and engineering part? Here comes CAD, or computer aided drafting. It is used to translate 2D blueprints into 3D, making on-site activity and construction management significantly easier. The results are just that - blueprints, but these 3D models can be used as a basis for more artistic depictions of exteriors and interiors.


Photoshop Design

Adobe Photoshop is an imaging and graphic design software used by thousands of people in many different roles across the world. Not only is it for photos but you can use Photoshop for designing websites, editing videos, and creating 3D artwork


Vector Design

Vector graphics are designed with curved points and lines which create a clean, infinitely scalable picture when combined in vector artwork. Vector graphics are based on mathematical formulas rather than square pixels, allowing for a crisper display. 

Vector graphics are made up of lines, curves and points designed to retain their quality and avoid blurring when enlarged. They use colours that are separated into different types and sizes. Conversely, regular pixels are blended together to form a colour. This makes changing colours easier when editing vector graphics.


Icon Design

Icons are a crucial part of any design system or product experience. Icons help us quickly navigate. They are language-independent. And best of all: they're real tiny, so they don't take up very much real estate. Icons are a fundamental part of a good design system and are very helpful for marketing materials. They’re the foundational building block of illustrated content, but they are also highly technical.


Ad Design

What is advertising design?

It refers to the visual artwork created specifically for advertisements (or, simply, “ads”). Ad design, which is usually used synonymously with graphic design advertising, differs in the fact that its sole purpose is to sell products and services.

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