2D rendering is fun stuff. If we’re being honest, we can admit that it’s the same thing as coloring, though we spend a little less time trying to stay inside the lines. When it comes to tools, we left Crayolas in the dust long ago, too. If you’re looking for flexible, attractive, yet inexpensive presentation materials, 2D may be the way to go. What could you use 2D renderings for?
You might be surprised at how often we use 2D, rather than 3D, renderings. As clients, contractors, and building and planning departments all become more technologically advanced and more aware of techniques like the ones we provide, they often request, and even require, two dimensional color representations of projects. Here are some examples:
The medium is far from limited to these examples. If you have an idea you’d like to see colored up, let us know. We’re happy to help and, as always, quotes are free.
One of our favorite projects is getting a facelift lately.
My Life at the World Trade Center, by Sharon Smith, is a harrowing story of survival. We were fortunate to be asked to contribute the cover art for the book as well as the author site.
We’re building our new website here at jeffschiffer.com. It shouldn’t take a lot longer, so please bear with us while we make the changes. In the mean time, you can still visit us at any of the links to the right. Paypal, of course, is our favorite.