Description:I would like 6 bedrooms to present in 3DMAX, Contemporary to modern styles, when color, lighting, and furniture selection is of utmost importance in the image. I would like 2 images/room, as to get all design details clearly understood by my client. My company is commissioned to do high end residential, commercial spaces, public projects, hotels, and schools.
Wants:Proportion, color, lighting and sharpness of the images are necessary. Material specification will use symbols, as material finishes may change several times. Dimensions are essential to be accurate to actual finished furnitures.
Don't Wants:is an image that looks like it was rushed.I
Ask for Sample:Please only start with Bedrom 1. I prefer to get a sample before committing, as this is a high end residence, and will need fine details.
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