ARCHITECTURAL RENDERING TECHNIQUES PDF
[Architecture eBook] Architectural Rendering Techniques - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. Mike W Lin. Abstract—One of the most important roles of architects is the spiritization of designing by means of proper tools and techniques; this is done by a good rendering. ARCHITECTURE COMPOSITION AND DRAWING TECHNIQUES. ARCHITECTURE •SIMPLE RENDERING TECHNIQUES. CAN ENHANCE A.
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What is 3D Graphics? □ Artists workflow – in a nutshell. Create Model. Texture ( Color). Rig (Bones). Lighting. Animation. Rendering. 3D Model. Architectural Renderings. F a b io. S doing architectural rendering. I invited the . prior to the Forma Urbis, in which the technique for render. PDF | Manga is a type of stylised bitonal drawings pleasing in terms of screen 12th Eurographics Workshop on Rendering Techniques.
Multiple simultaneous textures can projected from the viewport onto the model. Multitexturing is the capability provided in most new graphics hardware to map two or more textures onto a polygon in a single texture onto the model to make it look sketched on paper. If the rendering pass.
For gradient to fill the texture. In the cartoon shader we were able to rely on the texture linear interpolation with the shadowed color at one end and the mapping hardware and graphics API functionality to determine illuminated color at the other.
In fact, the texture-mapped shading the boundary between shadowed and illuminated regions.
Here, a provides a spectrum of approximations to diffuse illumination, subdivision algorithm is required to break any polygon that with single-color flat shading one texel value at one end of the requires more than one texture applied. We group the polygons spectrum, and smooth diffuse shading at the other.
By providing based on which texture needs to be applied and render all the user with just a few parameters, our Painter offers a large polygons receiving the same texture at once to minimize API variety of stylized and cartoon rendering effects.
The results of this technique can be seen in Figures 1, 4, and Instead of selecting texels in a one-dimensional texture, as the u, v texture coordinates, as shown in Figure 5. The textures are created by randomly selecting from the pencil strokes in Figure 6, and placing them on the texture with random spacing to avoid coherence Figure 7.
Regions receiving less light have a higher density of pencil strokes. In regions of highest density lowest light , we combine pencil strokes in the horizontal and vertical directions. We use multitexturing to render the paper Five Pencil strokes Paper Texture Figure 6: The pencil strokes and paper texture combined for the pencil sketch shader.
As polygons face away from the light source, lower level textures are used. Figure 4: A pencil-sketch rendering of a 3D castle. A crease edge is detected when the Preprocess: dihedral angle between two faces is greater than a given threshold. Read in a set of pencil strokes.
These are bitmap images as in Figure Border edges are those that lie on the edge of a single polygon, or 6. Construct a set of n two-dimensional textures by randomly selecting 3.
The highest- 4. Select the starting v position back-facing polygon share the edge as in figure 8. We find randomly to avoid coherence in the texture.
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Draw the background using an orthographic projection of a large vector see Equation 2 , and comparing the product of these two quadrilateral texture mapped with the paper texture. If the result of this computation is less 2.
The Inker detects and draws important edges using The bin corresponds to the texture that will be associated with this the following algorithm.
The result is shown in Figure Back facing polygons are not submitted. For example, in a system with three bins we would have the intervals [0,a], a, b], and b, 1. Preprocess: 3. Build n face lists from the set of polygons. For each polygon, if each 1. Allocate memory for an edge list including an edge flag for each vertex belongs to the same bin then append the polygon to the edge to indicate whether it is a border, crease, or silhouette edge. Otherwise, subdivide the polygon using linear 2.
Iterate over the faces of the model and create a unique edge list using interpolation see the following paragraph for details. The hash function for an edge is the sum of the two 4. If using runtime u, v determination, determine position on the vertex indices of the edge. Set border flag for edges with only one neighboring face or two 5.
For each set of face lists, use multitexturing to render the polygons neighboring faces with different materials. For non-deformable geometry, set crease flag for edges for which the background, from Figure 6. In the case where the vertices of a face belong to different bins, we subdivide the face into discrete triangles. To accomplish Runtime: 1. If necessary, calculate face normals.
For deformable meshes i. For example, if v1 is in bin i and v2 is 3. Detect silhouette edges via Equation 2 and set silhouette flags. Traverse the edge list and render edges whose edge flag is set.
By connecting corresponding The visibility of important edges is solved via the z-buffer, as vertices, we have divided the triangle into subregions, each provided by the graphics API. The Inker operates most optimally belonging to a different texture bin. To Ink non-static geometry, we must re- images. However, during animations, this mapping technique detect crease edges every frame. In such circumstances, it 4. As an object moves away from the eye, the silhouette line width can be reduced with 4 Stylistic Inking increasing distance.
Silhouettes can be rendered using any color The Painter enables a variety of imaginative rendering styles. For or texture map. We have observed that ink lines in cartoons are some artisitic styles, such as cartoon rendering, the shading traditionally black or a darker shade of the material color.
Most cartoon drawings accent the details and silhouettes of characters with ink lines. These edges can be Equation 2.
A silhouette is an edge shared by one front- and one back-facing polygon. Artistically, the silhouette of an object Eye Point Back Facing Polygon or character helps to define space that helps to separate the Front Facing Polygon character from the rest of a scene while also providing intensity, Figure 8: Silhouette edge detection.
A silhouette edge is an weight, and emotion [Hoga81]. The Inker detects and draws the edge between a front-facing and a back-facing polygon. In addition to silhouettes, we find edge lines that mark other key features of a model, such Figure Left: a straight texture map applied to Figure 9: Top: a simplified terrain model rendered with basic silhouettes of Olaf. Right: shows the curvature-driven line segments.
Bottom: the terrain model rendered using texture maps applied to Olaf. Notice that the curvature of curvature-driven textures. Thus, the average cost of finding Rightward Stroke Straight Stroke the successor of one edge will be O 1.
The number of textures Figure Strokes used for stylized silhouette edges used is variable, and more complex texture-selection metrics can be applied.
In order to texture an edge, we must first construct a quadrilateral on which to map a texture. Quadrilaterals are oriented to face the eye. We apply the texture previously selected for each edge to the quadrilateral representing the edge.
Figure 12 shows our curvature-driven texture mapping applied to a model using a brown crayon texture.
Notice that in the areas of high curvature, in particular the fingernails, the effects of this Figure Left: a set of silhouettes as determined from technique are visible. We find that this style of edge drawing the model of a 3D sphere. Right: the result using presents a more pleasing, higher-detail appearance even to models curvature-driven texture strokes.
For edges that are small 4. This might be the In addition to straight ink lines, the Inker allows texture mapping case if the object is translated far from the eye. Also, various of important edges of a mesh to add artistic styles to edge lines as artistic effects can be achieved by randomizing the width of the first shown in [Mark97].
We extend the method of rendering quadrilaterals. Several new problems segment, and again as a curved texture. Figures 11 and 12 are introduced, including the overlapping of the textured demonstrate the technique on other 3D models.
I will use an older university project of a sound gallery intended to plug into the existing cultural arts precinct of the city. The definition of the term art appears to be expanding and so this project was about treating sound as a form of art itself. As a master plan the idea was to establish as strong a relation with its existing urban and natural fabric.
Like any architectural visualization project in Photoshop it will start with the basic 2D line work. Before I introduce any kind of depth or color into the image I adjust this layer first so that it reads clearly as a line work image.
In this case, because of the nature of the site, it was important to identify the water canals surrounding the area, so the lines in these areas are much bolder. Every now and then I sometimes import the PDF into Adobe Illustrator as the transition between Photoshop and Illustrator is seamless and can sometimes speed up workflow if it is just a few areas that need to be cleaned up. The next step is integrating building shadows. This is a regularly debated topic in floor plan visualization as building shadows can quickly make an image far too busy, and as a result confuse the purpose of a floor plan.
So shadows can simply transport additional information to understand the design in general. To create the shadows I quickly create the 3d buildings in SketchUp. The below image shows the isolated shadow image being exported straight out of SketchUp. Now the work in Photoshop starts, where I combine the line work with the shadows. The below images show the line work overlayed on top of the shadow layer:.
Already from this, the image suddenly has a lot more depth, but with this you can see how quickly the shadows can become overpowering, therefore I often will play with the opacity of these until I am happy by changing the transparency of the shadow layer. Occasionally I apply a slight Gaussian blur filter to soften the shadows.
The purpose of this step is to set myself up for quick masking. For anyone who is familiar with 3D rendering and V-Ray software, what I am doing here is basically setting up my own Material ID layer, which is used to quickly select parts I can apply textures to.
After this step I have different layer for these areas:. Depending on the project, this process can become a lot more complex depending on the amount of floor finishes you want to capture.
This often depends on the software you use as well. Furthermore, when shadows are already embedded into a coloured image, it makes the magic wand a little redundant in terms of speed.
It sounds more annoying to set up in Photoshop — creating individual layers for line work, shadows and 2D colour fills, but it speeds up workflow further down the track and gives much more flexibility being able to tweak each graphical element in the image.
The next step is to add textures to each of these areas I already filled like the water, roads, pavements etc. It is important to think about the scale of the plan you are doing versus the scale of the texture you use.
In this image for example, the grass textures I used had to be scaled down a fair bit otherwise each blade of grass would be really obvious in the image which is not really a good idea for a site plan. Therefore I sometimes use satellite imagery of grass fields for these context plans instead of grass textures you find everywhere as they more accurately capture the scale of the texture. In addition it is not really important for these kind of textures for urban design that the texture is seamlessly tileable as one photo often times is enough for one of the elements that you want to cover with the texture.
These photos also have the advantage that you avoid the tile-effect you get often times with tileable textures because you simply do not use tiles! In this case I simply tile the photo texture in Photoshop until it covers the entire canvas as shown below. You can remove the seams by using the stamp tool. So I filled out the entire canvas with this texture and apply the mask from the 2D fill layer we created earlier for the grass.
After this, I play with layer blend modes and layer opacity. This process can involve a bit of trouble shooting depending on the image, but the key layer blending modes to look out for in this process will be:.
Click on image to view technique The Watercolor Technique by Grant Marshal Another one of the great techniques probably the best watercolor styles we have seen, was developed by another member of the old SketchUp forums Grant Marshal, Architect from South Africa. Should there be more line or less brush it is all a matter of preferences but the combination of two overlaying images, the natural SketchUp export and rendered image with a post process effect in Photoshop gave me this final Marina Scene image.
Three different images were exported and combined into one. Motion blur was used to make the image a bit sketchy and a ripple filter can also be used. See the related thread and the pdf file. Click on image to view PDF If You have developed some interesting styles of your own or if you know of some great techniques out there that would be of interest to the SketchUp community please contact us.
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Create stunning presentations to visualize your ideas. Dylan on May 1st, pm Nice work guys, this is a very good resource! Glenn Slingsby on July 2nd, pm Really, really excellent collection of tutorials for using SketchUp in a more artistic manner: Just what i was looking for.The main color of the texture map is calculated by mapping we would need either hardware-supported per-pixel replacing the dot product term from equation 1 with a value of one procedural shading or a thresholded variation of hardware which is equivalent to an angle of zero degrees, and normally Gouraud shading to achieve the same fast results.
As it will be adjusted quite a bit and only be applied with transparency it does not need to be a grass texture — it is more important that it has some interesting texture effect so I simply pick this one: Agence France-Presse. This is a pretty simple and fun action that really brings a whole new level of depth to the image as you can tell.
Offsetting the We use three textures to implement curvature-driven textured textured quads away from the mesh introduces gaps between the edges.
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