Main Factors that Affect the 3D Rendering Cost

As we have mentioned in the FAQs section of our 3D rendering services, the cost of 3d renderings varies from project to project. Each project is unique in terms of its requirements and considerations.

  1. Project Scale
  2. Level of Details
    • The design style comes in.
  3. Aesthetics
  4. Number of Views
    •  The more angles a client wants to be shown, the higher the price. We advise our clients to choose
  5. Number of Revisions

Changes and updates in a project are inevitable, that’s for sure, but this makes an impact on the project budget as well.

Two (2) rounds of minor revisions are already taken into consideration in the costing and projected deadlines of the project, but additional revisions will change those numbers and push the timeline back.

  1. Files Supplied

It is important to provide as much information as possible, including CAD drawings, links, references, and other necessary resources. This will lower the cost of the renderings as less work is required. With fewer information and resources, we will have more to figure out and this may lead to inaccuracies which often leads to more revisions, which of course results in additional charges.

  1. Rendering Time
    • The amount of time that takes to render images is directly proportional to their size, details, and realism.
  2. Image Resolution
  3. Timeline