Category Archives: Visualisation Process
The Hour-Glass Visualization Phase One: Practice Modeling in SketchUp

After several weeks planning our project, developing our aims and methods and collecting a corpus of technical and historical background…

The Hour-Glass Visualization Phase Two: Refining the Model

The next step in our visualization of the 1912 Hour-Glass stage production after creating our first model created for the…

The Hour-Glass Visualization Phase Three: Importing into Noho’s Abbey Theatre Model

The next stage in the visualization process of Craig’s screens used for the 1912 Hour Glass production at the Abbey…

Applying Texture and Props to Craig’s Screens

It is difficult to find out definitively the colour and texture of the screens, while light played a huge role…

Technical Research: Software for Lighting and Rendering

  Software Description Features for the project Free Links Pros Cons Kerkythea There are kerkythea sketchup plugin and kerkythea 2008…

Lighting and Rendering with Kerkythea: Why and How

Why We Use Kerkythea to Apply Lighting and Create Rendered Images In order to validate lighting effects to meet our…

Applying lighting to our three-dimensional scenography model for The Hour-Glass

Introduction Today I met with my colleges Siyao and Steven in an to attempt to apply some of our previous…

Lighting Settings and Rendered Images of 3D scenography model for the Hour-Glass

After the final three-dimensional (3D) scenography model for The Hour-Glass was finished by Larua, we started to apply lighting effects…

Visualising Lady Gregory’s “The Deliverer”

The Hour-Glass is of course the main focus of our  project. In order to create a sort of holistic view…

Rotating Adventures – Putting The Deliverer Model into Noho’s Abbey Stage Model

It wasn’t originally part of the scope for the project to incorporate my model of The Deliverer into the Noho’s model…

Building a three-dimensional scenography model for the play Deirdre by W.B. Yeats using SketchUp Make

Introduction On this site you will find a number of blog posts by my colleagues Laura and Gráinne, which document their experiences of using…