The Registan was the heart of the ancient city of Samarkand of the Timurid dynasty, now in Uzbekistan. The name Rēgistan (ریگستان) means "Sandy place" or "desert" in Persian.
The Registan was a public square, where people gathered to hear royal proclamations, heralded by blasts on enormous copper pipes called dzharchis — and a place of public executions. It is framed by three madrasahs (Islamic schools) of distinctive Islamic architecture.
Over the past few years, a good number of industries have grown by leaps and bounds, thanks to creativity, innovation and advances in technology. Fields such as interior design and architecture have also improved, with new representing objects and surfaces being introduced. Today, 3d building models are being developed and are available to give you the best quality sights.
With your purchase you receive the 3D building model as DAE, 3DS, C4D and SKP for immediate download. (see details)
Located at the centre of Samarkand, Uzbekistan, Registan Palast means “sandy place” in English and “desert” in Persian. With a history that dates back to the Middle Ages, this square is made up of a total of three madrasahs. This makes it an academy where Muslim clergy are trained. However, Registan Palast used to be a public square where people used to converge to hear royal proclamations.
The physical structur exemplifies not only the designs that were prevalent in the Middle Ages but also Islamic architecture. The 3D representation of the structure brings out the realistic details, shape and characteristics of the real structure.
Once you make a purchase, you will get the 3D building model as C4D, 3DS, DAE and SKP. You will also be able to download the model immediately. Every week, we have a voucher that offers you free download and discount, effectively helping you to save some money.
What is 3D modelling?
3D modelling is the process of manipulating edges, polygons and vertices to create a mathematical representation of any surface or object. The process can be carried out either manually or using software to produce a photo illustration of a physical object automatically.
Uses of 3D modelling
The concept of 3D modelling has proven to be useful in many areas. Beyond interior design and architecture, it is also used in engineering, entertainment, special effects, commercial advertising, film and game development.
3D modelling software
If you opt to develop 3D building models automatically rather than manually, you can choose to use the different software available. However, it is important to make sure that the application you use will bring out realistic details of the character or model you want to design. It should also give you room to come up with illustrations that project you as a professional 3D artist.
Advantages of 3D models
Although 3D modelling is fun, it takes a considerable learning curve and sophisticated software to perfect your craft. The good news is that once you are good at it, the benefits of 3D modelling over 2D will become clear.
A 3D model is more flexible, making it easier for the artist to animate images and change angles quickly. With 3D modelling, you will not have to visualise various effects mentally. Instead, you can make use of the relevant software to automatically achieve the desired results. The process is also designed in such a way that it minimises human error, a factor that helps to develop a more accurate representation of the physical object.
There is no doubt that the future of interior design, architecture and other related fields is in 3D. As a 3D artist, developing your skills in this area will undoubtedly prove to be a worthwhile undertaking.