FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Are Interior Renderings Faster To Produce Than Exteriors?
The process is similar and takes a similar amount of time, however, turnaround time can be longer if we have to work on a significant amount of images. If this is the case, we are able to speed up the process by grouping the images and allowing different teams to work on images for different spaces simultaneously.
We Are Very Specific About Our Furniture Requirements, Can You Get Your Hands On The Exact Furniture That We Need? (Instead Of Using Generic Ones)
Yes, we can customize all of the furniture, fixtures, and equipment. We can create these either using reference images or technical drawings.
Can You Add People To Interior Renderings?
Yes, we can add generic people from our libraries and are also able to arrange Green box sessions with real models so you can choose exactly how you want them to look like.
Can I Turn Interior Renderings Into Other Products?
Interior Renderings are a good base for products like 3D Floor Plans, Dollhouses, Animation, and Virtual Tours. Once an interior design 3d rendering has been made we can re-use or develop the assets and use them to create more products.
What’s The Difference Between Interior Renderings For Marketing For Design Development?
We produce Interior Renderings for marketing when the project is finalized (or nearly finalized) then we focus on the aesthetic aspect of the images and set up the right visual communication language in order to captivate your target audience. In other words, Interior Renderings for marketing are more photorealistic and eye-catching.
Interior Renderings that are used to communicate a design are a pre-step for marketing renderings. These types of renderings are created when the project is at an earlier stage and when the design hasn’t been set in stone, meaning that the main focus is testing various design options as opposed to making them photorealistic. These types of renderings also usually require multiple revision rounds.
How Many Rounds Of Revisions Do You Usually Carry Out?
Two rounds of revisions are typically enough for most projects, however, if the design of your project is at an early stage then your project may need more rounds of revisions in order to finalize the design. If this is the case, our project manager will suggest increasing the number of revision rounds at the start of the project.
What Do I Need To Start And What Does Your Process Look Like?
Ideally, we should be provided with plans in CAD (floorplans & elevations) or with a 3D model (e.g. in Sketchup). Design packages are also useful i.e. specs for furniture, fixtures, and equipment. Once we have these materials we will create all the scenery in 3D and will send you a selection of draft renderings for you to choose which angles you like the most. Once this is done we will prepare preview renderings and will then produce high-quality final renderings that can be used on your website, presented to the client, or used for printing materials.