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Interior design.

Discussion in 'Product Design, 3D & CAD' started by Scott_Rafferty, Jul 2, 2012.

  1. Scott_Rafferty

    Scott_Rafferty Junior Member

  2. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    the cad renderings are dreadful (my area of expertise so I'll be over critical with this area) and to be honest the designs aren't exactly anything special, they're kind of expected

    the df link didn't work though
  3. Scott_Rafferty

    Scott_Rafferty Junior Member

    Hi mate, been a while.

    Pretty chuffed with this one but I dunno could use some feedback from you seen as you know a lot.

    Thanks anyway

  4. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    Honestly... I'd say learn a program that gives you more control, you'll always be restricted by using 'web programs' like you're currently using.

    Also you've got layout issues in my opinion, you've 2 sofa's looking at a wall for no reason, there doesn't look to be any light coming in from anywhere, it's rather flat.

    I would recommend looking at programs like 3ds max, revit, autocad etc, they are pretty much the industry standards for architecture and interior design. You could even play around with blender/sketch up as they're both free

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