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3D rendering makes architects work come alive

on Tuesday,October 20,2009 20:10

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3D rendering has been used to help designers and their clients envision a finished project for several years now, but one digital artist believes that seeing the finished product is not enough - he wants to show every step of the way.

Jeffrey Windler, a graduate of the University of Kansas school of Architecture, Design and Planning whose website touts his experience in animation and web design as well as architectural rendering, uses intricate 3D modeling to provide his clients with an intimate view of the buildings being constructed from start to finish, allowing the option to pause on any stage they may be interested in.

"Whether residential, commercial, civic, institutional or spiritual environments, bringing properties to life is my specialty," says Windler. "I believe it''s not enough for prospective clients to simply look at a blueprint. They need to get a feel for the atmosphere and the people who inhabit the space."

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the employment of digital artists will grow 16 percent through 2016.

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