A 3D rendering is taking a CAD or BIM file. It is then translated into our 3d software to produce a model. Then creating different views throughout the model that look as real as possible. This can be looking at the exterior of the model (exterior renderings) or from inside the model as though you’re standing in a room (interior rendering). That is the general idea in a nutshell.
We can do this for projects such as:
The cost of creating 3D models will typically depend on the complexity and quality of your model, the method used to create the model, and the agency or artist that you are working with.
3D2GO uses advanced photogrammetry and modeling techniques and follows a full set of guidelines that contains a strict methodology for the 3D asset creation workflow, but other partners can use other methods to create 3D models.
|3D Model Complexity||Characteristics||Artist Difficulty|
|Simple||Simple shape with simple texture and standard PBR material assigned.||Junior 3D artist|
|Medium||Detailed shape or simple organic shape with simple texture and somewhat complex PBR material assigned.||Junior 3D artist|
|High||Super-detailed shape or partly organic shape with highly complex texture and somewhat complex PBR material assigned.||Advanced 3D artist|
|Very high||Super-detailed shape or highly organic shape with highly complex texture and highly complex PBR material assigned.||Senior 3D artist|
Learning how to create professional-looking architectural renders takes some time, so don’t just take the first crash course.
Whether you choose one of these tutorials or expand your search beyond this list, hit architectural forums, do some snooping around, and ask for user opinions and unbiased feedback. This will help you determine the best online course for your specific needs.
No time and you would rather have pros have a go at your complex designs? Get in touch with us by sending us files in .obj or .stil format in our email address email@example.com. You can also reach us through our Facebook and Instagram pages today!