3D Dream Vision
Realistic Architecture Renderings


1. Rendering

Architecture rendering refers to the process of creating photorealistic images or videos of architectural designs or 3D models using rendering software. These renderings are used to showcase an architectural design or concept to clients, investors, or the general public.

Architecture rendering can be used to visualize interior or exterior spaces, building facades, landscaping, and other design elements. The process involves creating a 3D model of the design using specialized software, applying textures, lighting, and other visual effects to create a realistic representation of the design.

2. Needed Inputs

To begin the project, we kindly request that you provide us with the elevations, material references, and floor plans. Our preferred file format is AutoCAD (.DWG), but we can also work with hand-drawn sketches and rasterized drawings, including .jpg, .pdf, and other similar formats.

Additionally, 3D models created in SketchUp and Revit are highly desirable and will result in lower starting costs. Thank you for considering these options.

3. View Angles

View angles refer to the specific position and direction of the cameras. These angles are crucial in ensuring that we only construct the areas that will be visible in the final rendering, thereby saving you both time and budget. It is important to mark the view angles with arrows on the site plan or floor plan to ensure accuracy in the construction process.

4. Finshes & Colors

The materials used in the project can be specified in a variety of ways, including detailed elevations, material boards, or a list of products. In addition, reference images are extremely helpful in matching the exact texture and color that you have selected. Therefore, please provide us with as much visual information as possible to ensure that the final product meets your expectations.

For example for an exterior house rendering:
 Trim: Benjamin Moore-Overcoat CC-544
 Stucco: Benjamin Moore-Silver Chain- 1472
 Window Sash & Mullions: Benjamin Moore-Silver Satin- OC-26

An interior material board is a highly effective tool in helping us understand your design vision. By providing us with a selection of actual material samples, we can better visualize how the materials will interact with each other and the overall design concept. Therefore, we highly encourage the creation of an interior material board to aid in the design process.

5. Proof Renderings

Once we have completed the initial model, we will provide you with proof renderings for review. Any minor revisions that you would like to make can be done free of charge, and updated proofs will be sent back to you for further approval. Once you are satisfied with the modified proof, we will proceed with the final rendering.

6. Resolution

Our High Resolution final renderings are typically delivered as a digital image in .jpg format, with a resolution of 4000 pixels. If you require a higher resolution for a large print, please let us know in advance so that we can make the necessary arrangements to meet your needs.

7. Markups

The most efficient way to communicate revisions is by providing markups directly on an image of the proof using a red pen. Additionally, an itemized list of the revisions can be provided on the side of the image. PDFs are an excellent format for these types of documents.

8. Payment

For projects under $500, no deposit is required. However, for projects over $500, a 30% deposit will be required before work can begin. The remaining balance is to be paid upon delivery of the final rendering.

Final payments can be made online on our website by major credit/debit cards (processed thru Paypal, Paypal account not required).

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