This is a quick summary about how we work out stage set design and construction.
First the client calls, emails, or messenger pigeons us. They outline what they’re looking for. We create 3d computer generated renderings for the client(s) to review.
Typically, the client wants to see a few changes made. We then make those changes, render new images, and send along a fresh new PDF with exactly what the client wants. The image to the left of this text is an example of one of the pages in the PDF plans we send to our clients. Click it to view full size.
This post wouldn’t be complete without showing you the end result. Never to disappoint, the set is the exact same if not better than the original renderings approved by the client.
This is one of the points that many companies can go wrong during communication with the client. If you’re showing them 2D drawings (say, Autocad 2d with dimensions added), and expecting all of the clients to understand what the end result will be, then you’re setting yourself up for disaster.
Oh, and people typically prefer pretty pictures over ugly ones.