Not long ago you had to have specialist skills to produce any kind of 3D graphics content. To be fair, you still do, but with some of the older apps available free of charge, there's no reason why you can't experiment with the software and see if you can produce your own 3D objects. This could be a useful skill within your portfolio if you want to draft and design your own home extension, a loft conversion, a new garage or similar. If you can produce a visual design and give it to your architect, they'll find it much easier to interpret your thoughts.
Bender 2.43 RC2 is a free 3D design tool that used to be available on a commercial basis. It's a powerful application and probably overkill for the novice designer. However, if you've got some basic design skills and want to move in to 3D design, it might be worth investigating. Of course, if you find the tool over the top, you could always investigate Ulead's Cool 3D or Xara 3D.
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