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Rendering Aspects to consider
Rendering is the term used to describe the creation of a 2D or 3D image with the use of computer software. It is commonly used in graphic design. When rendering, specific design techniques must be taken into account, such as the use of:
Combining each of these aspects results in the rendering of a complete image or graphic subject which is supposed to give the effect of realism, and fit in with the surroundings (for example if it is a proposed new building super imposed onto an existing image of the area).
Rendering is a design technique used in the production of computer generated images (commonly known as CGI) which is used un the design and production of anything from designs of potential giant telescopes and new skyscraper proposals to special effects in films and video games.
Rendering is used after the ‘base’ of the image is produced, for example the outline and basic block colours. Rendering is then introduced to add texture and shading to add realism to complete the image. The depth of field of the image can also be adjusted when rendering in order to focus aspect of the image in the foreground, and blur those in the background.