3D Modeling

3D Modeling

3D Modeling

In 3D computer graphics, 3D modeling is the process of developing a mathematical representation of any surface of an object in three dimensions via specialized software.
3D modeling and texturing are all extremely popular nowadays because such technologies are becoming ever more available now.

Creating a 3D image, whether it’s for production or just animation and rendering, requires creating a 3D file. When creating a 3D model, you need to know where it will be used. Much depends on this factor, such as what rules and constraints should pay attention to model development. Creating an animation model is drastically different from creating a VR application or mobile apps model.

After all, it matters whether the model is realistic, so there are heavy and detailed models used for animation. On the other hand, when creating a 3D model us is constrained by the game engine, console boundaries, or mobile platform. In this case, we consider the interactivity and stability of the model, the visual aspect is moved to second place.


After analyzing the market, we found many ways to customize the 3D modeling. 3D modeling has found profound use in the modern-day business landscape and is widely used across a number of industries to visualize products and processes.

Architectural design

The 3D mapping and modeling technology help computer-generated buildings to be created along with landscapes.

Help get a succinct view

CAD and 3D modeling techniques are time-saving and help get a succinct view of the project, landscape, or construction site.

Helps observe and measure

The final output to be constructed can be seen in terms of its length, breadth, and height using the 3D technology, and with realistic 3D virtualization, simulations with extensive details of the building can be observed to measure its feasibility.

Helps estimate

A typical 3D architectural model comprises images and documents that help an architect concoct about its requirements in terms of materials, thereby estimating an approximate cost of the building.

Helps to find flaws and loopholes

3D modeling helps to find potential flaws and loopholes in the building well in advance before its construction, thereby helping save funds, time, and most importantly human lives.

Print materials

The 3D modeling method is another way to create print material. Nothing is available: 16K quality, bulletin boards, magazines, websites and 4 times cheaper than photography.

SSM & Marketing research

SSM & Marketing research. With 3D product modeling services, there is no need to release a product to see if it is marketable. All you need to get 3D models and collect reviews or pre-sell online.


The choice is an important selling point, so it is vital to show perspectives on all the possibilities – look at 360 models – the choice of style, materials, sizes, colours, textures. The easiest and fastest way to do this is to use 3D modeling.

Virtual prototyping

Using 3D product modeling, it is possible to obtain images that show the strengths of the product, even if the product is not even available.



Scanned the plan or modelling


Tests with model shades


Converted into a 3-dimensional image




Correctly indicate model elements


Define the lights and cameras


Tests with model shades




Define the lights and cameras


The number of types of 3D modeling is growing constantly, and this is related not so much to ways of creating 3D models, but rather to how they are used. Even if you aren’t a 3D modeler, you have to need to understand the types of 3D modeling. The reason is simple – before ordered images look as good as possible, as such you need to know which type works best for designs. 3D Modeling is used in a variety of applications to make representations of physical objects on the computer. Below is just a few out of many spheres of using CGI that require specific types of 3D modeling.


Low-poly 3D Models for virtual reality (AR), augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR), cross reality (XR), and real-time apps. These models contain a significantly smaller number of polygons and therefore require less computing power to render. Low poly models tend to use less computational power to render, so they are more suited for these kinds of engines that need to rapidly calculate how your model reacts in the virtual environment.
With VR, AR, MR technologies revolutionizing marketing, there is a high demand for producing 3D models. Currently out of all types of 3D modeling it’s considered one of the hardest – 3D models have to be flexible and have no “blind spots”.
Polygons are an essential part of every 3D model and as you understand, the higher the polygon count is, the more detailed and smoother the object will be and vice versa.


The realism of the finished model depends on texture for materials development and the very technique selected. The texture is a pixel image, which is laid on the ready polygonal model (on UV map) made in the graphics program with can give it a color, reflection parameter, refraction parameter, specify the index of refraction (if you need), and relief or fake relief. Thus, texturing or mapping is one of the main stages of three-dimensional model creation, on which the modeled object should get some specific properties in order to make the model more realistic.
The quality of surface texturing is defined by the number of textiles, which is the number of pixels on one (minimal) unit of the texture.
The determining factors of finished 3D graphics are the format of the textured image and resolution.
3D modeling ranges from glass, leather, liquid, metal, plastic, stone, tile, wood flooring, brick textures, wall coverings, stucco, fabric, textiles, natural, paper, ground, and more.



The first and foremost aim of texture use is to show the material from which the real object is made. Sometimes 3D texturing is used to show some definite physical light properties of the modeled object, for example, smoothness or roughness.

Light effects

Using texture allows making different light effects such as reflection, refraction, anisotropy, and many others. And you can specify the parameters in a non-linear way (not physically correct) if you want.

Small details

3D texturing allows us to create different fake small objects on the surface of the model, for example, wrinkles, scars, cracks, bumps, and so on. All in all, different types of textures and mapping are used to make the picture or 3D model more realistic and vivid. This process is very important for the creation of the amazing 3D model.


There is a saying that architecture is 50% creativity and 50% math. The types of 3D modeling that were mentioned before can be used to visualize designs that exist solely on paper, but what about the actual construction and engineering part? Here comes CAD, or computer-aided drafting. It is used to translate 2D blueprints into 3D, making on-site activity and construction management significantly easier. The results are just that – blueprints, but these 3D models can be used as a basis for more artistic depictions of exteriors and interiors.
3D modeling for range from building elements and details of architecture, construction and engineering design, facades, urban buildings & environment, landscape objects, residential houses to industrial, infrastructure buildings, and full-scale city models.
File formats such as CAD, BIM, FBX, OBJ, MAX, 3DS, C4D, and more.


This is the most common and simple way of using 3D models. If the marketing department needs images for catalogs or any other promotional materials, this is where they need 3D product modeling.
From all types of 3D modeling, there are several that are used for this sphere. Depending on the intended quality of 3D models, it’s possible to use polygon modeling, spline (NURBS) modeling or 3D sculpting.
We offer high-quality 3D interior modeling for furniture, lighting, kitchen and bathroom appliances, accessories, and decor details, to serve the precise needs of the customers.


Check out this archive with project examples and learn more about 3D modeling.