Posted by Jane on August 12, 2003 at 09:34:27:
In Reply to: what types of files do you use for images? posted by Jane on August 11, 2003 at 11:10:26:
We are working on a project for a company that manufactures trim and molding pieces for interiors.
We would like to make artwork available to the design community free of charge so that the molding can be incorporated into their designs.
The hope is that this would raise awareness of the use of trim/molding in general and the many variations available.
We would like to know from the design community what is needed and wanted to make this quick and easy.
The images are currently all AutoCAD cross-section renderings, but we could convert these into any desired file format and even pre-manipulate the images into three-dimensional extrusions.
What is desired is for us to be able to make files that will be widely used, and we'd like to make them super-easy for the designers to incorporate into their design.
What would be truly useful? Wire-frames? Solid 3-D grayscale images? Pre-colored? Perspective 3-D extrusions?
In what file formats? CAD? TIFF? JPG? GIF?
Thanks so much for any help on this!
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