Where do I find cut out people websites for my jobs?
If you ask yourself this question, this will be handy for you.
Although very detailed 3d models of human beings are starting to emerge recently, the most common resource is to use real photographs of people.
This new option to use 3d models has an obvious advantage: it does not need any post production work. The 3d model is perfectly integrated in the scene to be illuminated like the other elements that compose it.
The supply of these types of models is growing more and more, but is currently limited. No viewer likes to meet the people he uses in composing his images in the works of others.
For these reasons, it is usual to visit the composition cut out people websites.
I leave you a selection of the sites that I consider most interesting.
I always recommend that you do not focus solely on free resources but, in this case, talking about cutout people, you will find extensive collections and many of them free.
What will you find in the list of cut out people websites?
This is an alphabetically ordered compilation of the most relevant cut out people websites linked, in one way or another, with the mute of architectural visualization.
You are most likely to detect more than one significant absence. If so, tell me and I will change it.
With your help, we will improve the list together.
In addition to the link to the website, you will also have the Facebook fan page and your Twitter profile.
An image of your website and a brief description complete the information.
I hope it is of interest to you. For me it is.
Escalalatina es la gente que nos representa.
Tras una gran dificultad por encontrar gente local para sus representaciones gráficas, y cansados de tener que usar –güeros extranjeros- en sus renders, un grupo de jóvenes arquitectos latinos, inspirados en SKALGUBBAR (por Teodor J.E.), creámos Escalalatina, una creciente colección de recortes de latinoamericanos.
The founders of VIShopper have been active in the world of architectural visualization for almost two decades.
So we combined our knowledge and experience of architectural visualization to create a user-friendly one-stop database for different kind of textures and cutouts used in postproduction of architectural renderings.
When VWArtclub began as an idea, the next big step was how to materialize it. We had to give the soul a body.
Having the high quality of all our members as a criterion, we had to create a place of high aesthetics for everyone where they could share their work. A universal gallery, easy to tour but also worthy of the content it promotes.