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3D Visualization Rendering: What Makes a Good 3D

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In our previous article we described the basic principles that can help you find out how honestly and meticulously the designer has treated your 3D Visualization Rendering. If you look once again at the designs shown there, you will see for yourself: they are indistinguishable from real photographs.

Creating such designs is a true challenge and requires a lot of time and money. This is why most 3D works represent the “golden mean” suitable for the client: best value for money and shorter time frames than would be needed for an absolutely flawless 3D visualization.

This does not mean that the work is of poor quality. It’s just that there are details that bespeak the use of a computer.

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Architectural 3D Rendering: Time, price or quality?

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Like any human undertaking, projects need to be performed and delivered under certain constraints. Same thing applies to Architectural 3D Rendering too. Traditionally, these constraints have been listed as Time, Quality and Price. These are also referred to as the “Project Management Triangle” where each side represents a constraint. One side of the triangle cannot be changed without affecting the others.
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3D Architectural Visualization: Best Exterior renders

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3D Architectural Visualization is on the rise nowadays. if 10 years ago all we had were raw and unrealistic renderings, today we can hardly tell a 3D rendered image from a professional photograph. But such results require a great deal of time and effort.

So, if you are an architectural visualization company or a construction firm, how do you choose the right designer, given that almost any portfolio features works that look real enough to you? After all, you order 3D renderings to get results: you want your prospective customers to look at the pictures and say: “Wow! This is the cottage I want to live in! This is the house where I’ll have my future apartment”!

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Customer protection policy

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Have you thought, that sometimes potential customers just afraid to make the order, because they are not really shore about final project price? How is that? Very easy. If you order some-kind software you definitely know what this application must do and it is easy enough to calculate working time. But what about design or visualizations. Customers wants something nice and beautiful. How it is possible to set term of word beautiful into  boundaries: 10h is not yet beautiful and 10h and 1 minute – masterpiece? There is the border comes? How to estimate such projects?

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