Whether you’re designing a new interior for a building or simply remodeling an existing structure, nothing beats the ability to actually visualize your plans in advance. Our 3D interior rendering experts at Cad Crowd have the experience to develop professional, photorealistic images during the design stage of any residential, commercial, or industrial project, whatever your needs may be.
Gone are the days when you were limited to hand-built models and bird’s-eye drawings of your intended layout. Our freelancers can develop accurate, highly detailed, richly textured 3D renderings based on your proposed floor plan. Once the rendering is built, visualizing changes to your design goals is a snap, since the 3D images can easily be modified to show you a dizzying array of design options.
3D rendering is the process of enhancing a 3D computer model to make it appear more realistic. This makes 3D rendering both a science and an art. It is a science because 3D rendering professionals need to master some of the most powerful and technologically advanced software on the planet. But to be successful, these professionals must apply an artistic understanding of color and the interplay of light and materials.
The model to be rendered can be pretty much anything: a person, a car, a landscape, or the interior of a house. Once the model has been digitally created, architects and designers can use specialized rendering software to transform the model into an image so strikingly realistic that it can look like a high-definition photograph of an actual object.
Images can be created that are instead non-photorealistic, an example being a computer-animated film like Toy Story. Most people looking to obtain images through Cad Crowd are interested in photorealistic renderings, but our freelancers can provide whatever type of service you desire.
People from all walks of life and businesses of all sizes make use of 3D interior rendering services:
Architects and architectural firms
|Building developers||Interior designers and design firms|
|Engineers||Realtors and real estate companies|
With the advent of more sophisticated rendering software packages, the development of a 3D rendering of your interior design project has become a mandatory step in the building process. Among the many benefits of 3D rendering are:
There is a huge potential for cost savings associated with 3D renderings on just about any project, for you and ultimately for your clients.
For you, right off the bat, the cost of 3D renderings will be much lower than the amount you would have to lay out to build an architectural model. Or to construct an actual model home. Or to hold a photo shoot once that model home is finally completed. Photorealistic 3D renderings will convey the details of the project without all that additional expense.
For your clients, unexpected budgetary pressures will also be reduced. Being able to provide an accurate visualization for a client ahead of time will reduce the need for change orders down the road – change orders that will inevitably drive up the cost of the project.
The potential time savings that 3D renderings can generate are enormous. In fact, with photorealistic 3D images of your project, you can produce marketing and promotional materials before construction even begins.
As an added benefit, variations of your project – images showing a varied array of color choices and furniture arrangements – can be produced much more quickly with 3D renderings than with static images such as photographs or blueprints. This translates into spending less time at the drawing table and having more time available to build your business or to meet with clients.
Speaking of which, while face-to-face interaction with clients is often the most effective way to communicate, scheduling and holding meeting after meeting every time a client needs a change made to some detail of a project can rapidly eat up your available time.
Revised 3D rendering files can easily be emailed to clients instead. Clients can review the changes, sign off on them, and return the renderings to you when it’s convenient for them. This saves everyone a lot of time and enables everyone to have copies on hand for future reference. Since photorealistic 3D renderings will depict exactly how the client’s alterations will look, there will be fewer instances of miscommunication, as well as fewer missteps and false starts, which can mean a dramatic saving of time.
3D renderings portray dimensions, depth, and scale much more accurately than sketches or blueprints. With today’s technology and the skill and artistry of a professional Cad Crowd freelancer, 3D renderings can be created that are indistinguishable from high-quality photographs.
A common phrase you’ll hear in the 3D rendering world is “the only limits are your imagination.” And this is especially true for 3D interior design images. Once an initial rendering has been produced, the number of variations of that image that can be produced is nearly limitless. Not only can colors, lighting, transparency, and textures be fine-tuned, but client preferences (like fabrics and textures) and objects (like furniture and flooring) can be swapped out and rearranged as needed.
As impressive and realistic as some of the still images can be (like the one shown above), nothing can beat the latest trend in 3D rendering: Taking a walkthrough of your completed project. Interior still renderings of the project site are stitched together into an animation that mimics an actual tour of the space. A walkthrough allows you to visit a site virtually and is an exciting way to convey the full measure of the design choices for the entire project. (Walkthroughs are sometimes referred to as 3D flythroughs, although the terms “flythrough” and “flyover” are often used specifically for exterior shots of, for example, buildings, gardens, and landscapes.)
As exciting as virtual tours are, when all is said and done, they are only short animations – movies of what your design concepts would look like from eye level as you walk through the building. But there is a new technology that has only recently begun to be rolled out that is really starting to turn heads: 3D virtual reality.
Now, by donning special virtual-reality goggles, you are transported from simply watching a video of your site to truly experiencing the space you have designed. The technology is fairly new, and not every company offering rendering services will have purchased the top-of-the-line virtual reality software needed to offer VR tours. But if your renderer does offer this service, prepare yourself for the thrill of having a fully immersive experience in your new space.
As mentioned previously, meeting with clients in the flesh is often the most effective way to communicate. Clients who can witness in person your hands-on approach are sure to be left with a reassuring impression of your dedication to their projects. The photorealistic nature of 3D renderings adds an additional touch of class that will help guarantee that you maintain this professional image in the eyes of your clients.
In addition, 3D renderings are an invaluable tool for spotting design flaws early in the designing process. This is aided using numerical data stored as part of the rendered image, including measurements (like the height of a window or the clearance between a couch and a table) and dimensions (like the size of that couch). Catching and correcting design flaws early will go a long way in building trust with your clients and ultimately lead to a higher level of client satisfaction.
3D renderings bridge the gap between trying to visualize what a project will look like based on inspecting 2D drawings (like blueprints) and actually viewing the finished project. In a sense, with photorealistic renderings, clients are viewing the finished project. Or, more precisely, clients are viewing what the finished project will look like. So, it follows that if clients like the renderings, they are going to love their finished interiors.
3D rendering programs transform 3D digital models into photorealistic images and videos that can be viewed on desktop computers and mobile devices with no special software. Some of the more popular rendering tools are:
|Autodeks 3ds Max||Blender||Autodesk AutoCAD|
|Chaos Group V-Ray||Autodesk Revit||Lumion|
If you’re looking for a freelancer with specific software skills, please let us know when you request a quote.
Let us help you achieve your project goals through the use of 3D interior renderings. These photorealistic images can save you and your clients both time and money. Professionally drawn, high-quality renderings will set your business apart from your competitors.
From building managers and homeowners to real estate agents and construction companies, whether you need to commission 3D interior renderings for yourself or for a client, Cad Crowd has the professional resources to help you meet your goals. Our freelancers can create photorealistic 3D rendering solutions, within your budget, for all your interior design projects.
Our freelance professionals are among the most talented in the industry. Cad Crowd has an extensive network of pre-qualified and vetted freelancers available who can develop 3D renderings that will bring your interior spaces alive. Contact us to obtain a free, no-obligation quote today!