Here are the seven steps we generally use to start the rendering process. In this industry it is vital for steps to be done in sequence in order to meet your deadlines efficiently. Below is a brief description outlined in seven steps, as to how this process works. For more information on pricing, and starting a new project.
1 We receive your CAD file(s), and open it up in our CAD software to check it and extrapolate the elements needed into a new file.
2 Then we import that geometry into our 3-D modeling software, and begin the process of cleaning it up.
3 We will then apply a generic white shader, and perform a low resolution rendering of the geometry for inspection, so that you can make sure all of the geometry imported correctly.
4 Next we begin the process of applying the materials. We currently have a growing database of some commonly used materials, however if this is something custom, then it will need to be created.
5 Once the materials are applied, we proceed again with a low resolution render for your approval making sure the fabrics and finishes are all in place. Then begins the process of tweaking the materials to make sure they are accurate.
6 Upon your approval of the changes that have been made, we start the full size rendering process.
7 After the renderings are completed, they can either be submitted to you as is, or placed into a template bering your logo and company credentials.