Description:I need a 3D drawing of the interior of a building I will be converting into a training center.
This 3D drawing need to paint a picture of a training room about 4k sqft concrete floors with trainees standing behind Electronic Assembly workbench and standing on plastic floor mats, two per table 5 tables per roll and 7 rolls. Also large pictures on the wall of CAD drawings. A Stage with a podium of a person behind it and Projector with circuit board.
Wants:Losts of color, be creative and make picture as clear as possible.
- Adobe Illustrator
Additional InformationAfter doing some research of the design needed, I discover I need a 3D Modeling Design.
A painted picture of what the training center will look like when workstations is set up.
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