This is the first stage in the process and also the most important stage, this work belongs to the design and prototyping department. Here, the most primitive ideas about a new jewelry model will be formed, designers can sketch products based on existing products from sources from magazines or books. Materials to inspire and create for them.
After having an idea, the design staff will draw a 2D sketch on paper (drawn by hand and usually use a pencil to sketch ideas on paper) and then make a 3D rendering of the product. However, for those with long experience, they will skip the 2D drawing stage and directly design 3D with specialized software such as 3Ds Max, Rhinoceros, Artcam jewelsmith, Modela Player 4, etc. After completion of Basic 3D construction, these samples will be put into rendering programs such as Vray, HyperShort to perform the granulating and seeding process right on the 3D model. After completing the design process, you will have a lifelike jewelry model in 3D with the 100% size ratio that it will form.