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Our studios produce the highest quality of Conceptual Drawings. Our background in the Luxury Yacht industry gives us insight and expertise creating drawings for Marine builders, Commercial or Residential buildings and product Manufacturing: initial conceptual drawings are a natural step prior to expanding a concept into 3D or on to engineering.

Precision is inherent and absolutely necessary in all we do. In the Northport 58, a yacht designed by Mike Harling at Seaforth Marine Group, the finishing materials were mahogany, teak and stainless steel. We used actual images of teak and mahogany to produce an exquisite picture that portrayed the true warmth of this vessel’s classic lines. When the materials in an image of your product closely match your vision, the final outcome can only be rewarding.

Over the years of producing 2D conceptual images, known as “renderings,” occasionally an engineering glitch has been found, allowing for an even more accurate representation of an original idea. Such serendipity is a result of the way we produce these drawings—compiled in clusters of components (for example, vents, portlights, and anchor pockets as components of a hull) just as complicated products such as yachts are manufactured.

So what makes us different? Aside from the sheer quality of our drawings, each drawing is kept in its “layered” format, allowing for changes, adjustments or even entirely new components. In this way, a change to your original drawing doesn’t mean much time and money spent altering a drawing. The part that needs changing gets changed—that’s it. Some of our drawings are several hundred layers deep, making for an enormous image—easily between one and three gigabytes.

Cancoast Studios’ equipment is able to handle the volume of information these enormous images contain.
Not only do our jobs get done on time, they’re drawn at actual size of your final output. This means if you are doing a large-format poster with a 36” x 24” image, we produce a 36” x 24” image at 300 dpi (dots per inch). Most printing presses require at least 150 – 200 dpi for an “OK” image, but we start at 300 dpi, the same resolution that high-end magazines use. Serious Quality.

With all Cancoast jobs, originals as well as different-sized “flattened” images and variations are kept for you to use in any future way you may need.

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