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A nightclub modeled using Google SketchUp and the animation work done with Adobe 'After Effects', a powerful program for motion graphics. The full description of how it was made can be found at sketchupartists.org, here is the url -
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Identity Nightclub was an eight-month process where I had to conduct various forms of research, write a research paper, and take that information and turn it into a design project. The research part of the project lasted for about four of the eight months, and then we had to find a local site in Pittsburgh, PA and obtain existing drawings, photographs, and anything else we needed to be able to implement our design ideas. We had to go through most all of the phases of a typical interior design project: space planning, accessibility issues, occupancy calculations, furniture & finish selections, construction documents, and final presentation graphics & boards. We were not required to even use 3D software or come up with anything even close to an animation, as many other students used traditional hand rendering techniques, but I decided to utilize SketchUp form the very beginning, and challenge myself to create a fully animated promotional video that made up the bulk of my final presentation. Using SketchUp from the very beginning was essential because it gave me the flexibility and speed to completely design my space in 3D, and it really made the project a lot of fun and almost not even feel like work. I created a lot of extra work for myself, but I do not regret it for a second.
Adam Warner is a full time Architectural Illustrator and Intern Interior Designer at Desmone & Associates Architects. Adam received his B.S. in Interior Design from LaRoche College, where he was recognized as a top contender for the 2009 Interior Design Educational Achievement Award. As an Architectural Illustrator, Adam specializes in computer rendering and 3-D animation.
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