While marketing your projects with 3D architectural designing services, you will often be asked questions pertaining to the final price.
As popular as the concept has become, the price of this fantastic marketing tool is still rather unexpected. All that a client normally seeks for in any particular rendering is top quality and exceptional customer service at an affordable price.
If you are a prospective buyer, you must communicate your priorities to the 3D rendering provider. This is done so that you can receive a specific quote from them. Furthermore, you will need to investigate their previous work to see whether or not your requirements will be reached.
Prices for 3D Architect Designing vary depending on the amount of work involved, the size of the final 3D render, the details, and the scope of the project.
If many photos of the same room are required, the 3D rendering price may be decreased further to the lower end of the price guide below.
|Type of 3D Rendering Service||Starting / Estimated Cost||Turnaround Time|
|3D Floor plans||₱15,000 per floor||3 – 4 days|
|3D Interiors||₱12,000 each||3 – 4 days|
|3D Exteriors||$₱20,000 each||3 – 4 days|
|3D Aerial Renderings||₱40,000 each||5 – 6 days|
|3D Animations||₱100,000/minute||1 – 2 weeks|
|Virtual Reality Tours||₱100/sq ft.||1 – 2 weeks|
Following the aforementioned services, the software used should be evaluated as well.
|List of Software||OS support||License|
|Autodesk Maya||Windows, Mac, Linux||Free (Student Licence), Paid|
|3ds Max||Windows||Free (Student Licence), Paid|
|Blender||Windows, Mac and Linux||Free, Paid|
|SketchUp||Windows and Mac||Free (30 days trial), Paid|
|Modo||Windows, Mac and Linux||Free|
|AutoCAD||Windows and Mac||Free (student license), Paid|
|ArchiCAD||Windows and Mac||Free (30 days trial), Paid|
|SolidWorks||Windows||Free (trial version), Paid|
|V-Ray||Windows, Mac, and Linux||Free trial, Paid|
|Mental Ray||Windows, Mac, and Linux||Free (Single frame), Paid|
|Cinema 4D||Windows and Mac||Paid|
|Lightwave||Windows and Mac||Paid|
|Houdini||Windows, Mac, Linux||Free, Paid|
|Autodesk Mudbox||Windows, Mac||Free (trial version), Paid|
It goes without saying that the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry is very competitive.
As far as professional service firms go, the AEC firms regularly face some of the toughest and most complex project challenges out there. Not to mention battling the elements on a regular basis.
With tight deadlines and strict budgets to deal with, delays and unnecessary revisions should ideally be avoided at all costs. 3D2GO’s architectural rendering can do just that and more.
Yes, you heard it right. Almost all construction projects require that now, not just to sell the concept but to minimize delays and unnecessary revisions. And since the AEC industry is hyper-competitive, the architectural rendering market is the same, not just with the services but most especially with the cost they entail.
So how do you choose the most reasonable architectural rendering service as far as the quality of the work and pricing are concerned?
If you’re in a major hurry for your render, it’s going to cost you. Staying late to get a project done means paying for overtime, as well as the strain of a large workload that has to be finished quickly.
Expect prices to go up the faster you need it done, and the quality of the render to go down. You simply can’t get the same level of beauty and detail in a short period of time as you can when you have a reasonable period of time to finish the work in.
If you need a detailed rendering for a huge image, such as one that is going to be used in advertising, it’s going to take a longer time to render. It’s also going to need a very expensive, very high-powered computer to run.
This will have to be factored into the pricing as well.
There’s no point in paying for the work of someone whose skill level is on par with yours. If you could do something similar experimenting with 3D rendering software, there is no point in buying it at all.
Yet many people, in the interest of saving money, choose relatively new renderers who may not be able to create the same level of artistry you hope for. The experience costs money, and that will be reflected in the price.
|3D Model Complexity||Characteristics||Artist Difficulty|
Simple shape with simple texture and standard PBR material assigned.
|Junior 3D artist|
Detailed shape or simple organic shape with simple texture and somewhat complex PBR material assigned.
|Junior 3D artist|
Super-detailed shape or partly organic shape with highly complex texture and somewhat complex PBR material assigned.
|Advanced 3D artist|
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. We are 3D2Go and we are ready to help you. Whether you choose one take on things on your own, hit architectural forums.
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.