Apostolic Sisters of St. John

Case Study Detail

Client:
Dennis Shoemaker
Date:

Dennis Shoemaker came to TWG with the need to visualize a church that the Apostolic Sisters of St. John were looking to have built. Within these renderings, key elements such as the bell-tower, entrance, stained glass windows, and site surroundings were captured. The material-types and feeling of perspective were key components in this project as these renderings would be used as presentation material to gather funding.

South-East Exterior

South-East Exterior

The entirety of the church could be seen from the parking-lot in this rendering. A very important apple-tree was also brought into the rendering so anyone familiar with the area could understand the orientation of the new building.

East Exterior

East Exterior

The purpose of this view was to display the different roof heights as well as capture the two entrances.

Exterior View of Stained Glass

Exterior View of Stained Glass

Each individual pane for the stained glass was modeled for realism. The bell-tower was also a key component of the building design, thus warranting a close-up rendering. The client also wanted a change from brick to stone.