Consequences of Poor 3D Visualization
It’s simple: you’ll repel your clients. By demonstrating an exterior of such quality, you will make them question your competence. If you saved on designer services, will you be professional in providing yours?
This is a question that your clients will keep asking themselves.
The Electrical Contractor Magazine once aptly noted: in a service-based society, the quality of service has become more essential to a company’s success than the quality of its product. Those who strive to improve the service already have a competitive advantage over those who are lagging behind.
3D rendering is certainly one of those aspects that will affect your company’s image. When customers see cheap work, they will “map” this negligence to all your future cooperation.
High-quality rendering does not necessarily cost a lot—you can find proof in our previous article on good 3D renderings… and as a matter of fact, in our portfolio. So if you want to impress a client, hire a 3D rendering studio who understands what they are doing and will give you the results you need instead of amateurish pictures.
And as a small bonus for watching these eyes bleeding images, let’s see something beautiful: