A Redering is the process of converting a 2D wire frame model into 3D photo realistic image via a computer. Here at Matthew Nusse Designs, we are able to create the highest quality renderings, because we go one step further and recreate the actual environment of the modeled area or model. This allows us to present you with some of the highest quality, insdustry leading renderings and most, if not, the realistic renderings available to date.
No and yes. While a rendering has properties of a photo, it will never be a photo. It is only a visual representation of the modeled area or model itself. The biggest diference between a rendering and a photo is the clarity, but renderings can look like photos, but require more work time since they require the highest amount of detail possible.
While I can not devulge all of the programs we use, since they give us a clear advantage over other companies, I will tell you that we use the entire Autodesk family and a few others. One of the more familiar programs we use is AutoCAD which is the industry standard for drafting of any kind.
There is no fixed price. This is because as with each snowflake (e.g), each project is unique and will require its own specific needs. There are three main things that drastically change the price of a rendering, and they are:
1. The amount of unique items that are desired in the rendering.
2. The detail levels
3. The deadline
The first item is in regards to how many unique items, (i.e) custom designer furniture, custom materials, custom ligting fixtures, and so on are included in the rendering.
The second item is the amount of detail level. This means that a rendering with a low quality detail level will be priced cheaper than a higher quality one. Simple equation; more detail=more time.
The third item is in regards to the project deadline. If a project has an expedited deadline then more than normal resources will have to be dedicted to that project in order for it to get done by its dealine versus one with no expedited deadline.