What if one could reverse the process by transforming delicious looking food entrees into 3D models? Why is this something particularly of interest? Unless you are a 3D Visualization Designer creating 3D dining scenes, you would not know that it is not easy to find 3D food that doesn’t look like unprocessed groceries. Ideally, a 3D dining scene should include deliciously looking prepared food. Many creators of 3D food models have varying results. Some are very good at creating food that fall into the unprocessed groceries category such as fruits and vegetables. Others have created 3D food that looks more like pet toys than something edible. Ironically, creators of 3D dessert models have higher levels of mastery at making sweets appear authentic and delicious looking. Maybe it’s because desserts are the most favored psychologically gaining detailed focus in the minds of 3D Designers. As for realistic 3D entrée models that look like prepared food that’s ready to eat, it is not so common but this trend is facing an innovation.
3D-Cuisines is the home of an evolution in international 3D food entree modeling. Under the leadership of Andre Price who has over 20 years of multimedia production experience, 3D-Cuisines has taken on the mission of creating realistic looking low poly 3D food models as an alternative solution and culinary resource for 3D graphics design and 3D design visualization.
According to Andre, “The true test of successfully creating 3D food is something rooted in human nature. Can the 3D food models make you feel hungry?” Without prompting, it has been noted that the most common reaction to 3D-Cuisines food models is for viewers to say, “It makes me hungry.” 3D Design Visualization can now be strategically utilized as something people react to naturally like well-placed French, Italian or Mexican entrées in a 3D dining scene. This could very well make closing deals on interior dining design presentations “sweetened”
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