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Basic guide to know our Work Process in 3D Visualization
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Work Process

Our work system is organized to meet the graphics requirements of our customers effectively, always trying to establish a smooth and reliable communication avoiding unnecessary delays and enable us to ensure a good result.

Each project has its peculiarities and therefore require a particular and specific management. In order to more clearly describe our work process, we have developed this basic guide for Architectural Visualization works to help you understand the most common steps:

1. Information.

 

Tell us about your project and your ideas about what you want to achive. Let us know what do you expect about our 3D work.

We want to work fully in line with your expectations, so we need to know them previously. Drawings, sketches, CAD drawings, photos and 3D models will be great initial support. If you have preconceived ideas about the kind of images/animations or final rendering style intended, please attach graphic references or examples that describe the same idea, this would be very useful for our quick understanding of the whole project.

As for our work, we need to know: the desired amount of images (approx.), an identification of the POIs and suggested POVs (if any), and primarily: delivery deadlines.

 

 2. Budget.

 

Using the technical data provided by customers and references about what kind of final image is intended, we can generate a set of high quality images.

We prepare a start budget item that we usually remit to you in 1 or 2 days. The price is not dependent on the amount of images. Size and complexity of the scene that are created determine the cost. We provide many images as needed to show the scene or product.

 

3. Acceptance and commencement of the works.

 

Once the budget is accepted and we have received payment in advance (some jobs, due to its complexity and nature may require an advance), we begin our work developing the 3D models.

4. Review your first draft.

 

We create a first draft of your project in low-res and present it to you for your feedback. This is where you can see your idea take form and where you can make any major changes or corrections. We request your verification and compliance to proceed.

 

5. Fine-tune your images.

 

An identification of materials and setting of the lighting system used to get the feel and intended visual style. We remit test images (in low resolution) for your verification and implementation of the final adjustments. There should determine the images that will be rendered in high resolution.

If at this point there have been changes to the conditions and characteristics of the initial budget, it should be adjusted according to the changes and be approved again.

 

6. Your final images are ready.

 

We send the finished images in the resolution and format requested for your final evaluation.

Once approved and made all payments, we send the files with the final images (without watermarks) in high resolution.