3D Model

A physical and detailed 3D model which is to scale, allows a dynamic and direct representation of a building or structure which can be easily interacted with, viewed from indefinite angles, examined and reviewed.



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The 3D Model Process This is the process with which we produce our high quality 3D models!

  • 1   - Reach Out to us   Every project must start with a good flow of communication between us, and you the client. Each project is different, with unique requirements and ideas. In order to be true to your vision, we need your help!
  • 2   - The Brief   We will study any information we have available to us. Do you have any drawings, documents, ideas or even existing inspirations for the project? Let us build your vision!
  • 3   - Planning   We'll collect our resources together, and build a plan that communicates your vision for the future of the project.
  • 4   - 2D Drawing   With all data collected, we will create a simple 2D drawing of each elevation to closely mimic what was available. This is to assist the 3D modeling process.
  • 5   - 3D Modelling   Utilizing the 2D drawing as a blueprint, we will meticulously design the model within our specialist 3D software. This will be completed as a solid object with the exterior vertices manipulated to match the exterior facade.
  • 6   - Digital Approval   Once the 3D model is built, it will be uploaded for online viewing, we will send a link to the client for analysis, comments and/or final digital approval.
  • 7   - Production   Sometimes, models will be so large that we will need to split it into multiple parts, which then will be precisely fixed together after the printing process.
  • 8   - Physical Approval   Once the models were produced and finished by hand, we took photographs which were then sent to the client for approval of the physical model before final packaging.
  • 9   - Final Packaging   We will package the final prints with specialized display boxes designed to perfectly fit the printed models. They can feature company branding, project names, and anything else the client requires.



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Benefits of a Physical 3D Model

  • 1   ·   Support a construction proposal presentation.
  • 2   ·   View a culmination of drawings in one object.
  • 3   ·   Perfect for studying proportions.
  • 4   ·   Powerful & impressive marketing tool.
  • 5   ·   Dimensionally scaled visualisation.
  • 6   ·   Inspires a sense of reality to a proposal.
  • 7   ·   Display the projects impact on surrounding areas.


Examples of 3D model projects

These are examples of the numerous projects we can make for you:

3D City Model
Interior 3D Model
Residential, Industrial, Urban and Landscape
Architectural Scale Model
Real Estate 3D Model
Property Model
Site Plan Model
3D Floor Plan

Evoke Reaction

TPD Creative will produce an exact representation of the floor plan, exploded build or external shell of a project.

A physical model benefits from giving both a professional and rudimentary view of a development. The model is professional by giving an impressive exact, scalable, accurate representation. Furthermore the model is rudimentary in being able to be appreciated by anyone without any architectural skill or knowledge in reading drawings.

From cutting out the requirement of reading, measuring, deciphering symbols or even understanding verbal descriptions, the direct nature of a 3D model appeals to the primitive, instinctual side of the viewer’s brain. This allows the information to be digested and understood instantly.

The 3D Models created by TPD Creative, at the most basic level evoke a reaction from the viewer, making the complex less complicated and giving a clear representation of a structure.

Don't study drawings for hours, realise the plan instantly.

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Physical Object

3D models bring a physical object into the physical world which is heavily dominated through digital and 2D representations.

Although it is indisputable that 2D drawings are essential to the construction process, a discussion whilst viewing a physical model creates deeper conversation and promotes more of an inquisitive dialog compared to that of a discussion around drawings.

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