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8 Ways 3D Artists Can Find Work in the Online Environment

How 3D Artists Can Make Money Online

The job market for 3D artists can be very complicated to understand, especially for people who aren’t that experienced. First of all, it’s important to understand that 3D artists can have different specializations. There are countless career paths for 3D designers and some of them are:

- Technical directors

- Art Directors

- Graphic artists

- Video editors

- 3D modeling

- And others

These are just some of the few career paths 3D artists can take and it can be difficult for young professionals to find their path. However, even when you’ve specialized in a certain area, the chaotic job market could be difficult to navigate, even online.

This is why we’ve decided to create this post and help you understand which options you have for finding a job online.

1. Using freelance websites

One of the most common ways 3D artists find work is through freelance platforms. The freelance market is constantly growing and there is more work each day. At the same time, there are more freelance platforms where people can find jobs.

These websites are really simple to use and everyone can find their way around them. The first thing you need to do is register, and create your own account. After you’ve added all the important details about your education, skills, and experience, you can start applying for jobs.

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3D Rendering


Side by Side Comparison of Still 3D Renders and Animation

3D renders and animation can both be used for architectural visualization but they aren’t the same. In this post, we are going to explore their uses, differences, similarities, and how to recognize which one to use and when.

For many people, 3D renders and 3D animations are the same things and they make no distinction between them. They are similar and can be used for similar purposes, but this doesn’t mean that they are the same. Even though 3D animation is used less in architecture than 3D renders and walkthroughs, it can have its uses in architecture as well.

No matter if you want to develop a project or you plan on working as an architectural designer to deliver these visual elements to clients, you need to understand the difference between the two and how they can be used correctly.

Neither is universally better than the other

The first big mistake a lot of people make when comparing 3D renders and 3D animations is that they try to figure out which one is better. They start taking sides like in a football match. This comparison we are doing today is not for the purpose of figuring out which of these two is better, as they both have certain uses.

At the same time, 3D visualizations are also done in various industries which have different needs and might need different approaches to come up with the best product. This is why it is essential to understand both of these terms completely, their differences, and unique ... ... Continue reading

Architectural Rendering

8 Common Issues with Architectural Rendering and How to Solve Them

Architectural rendering is not an easy job. There are countless details that demand a designer’s attention, that it’s not uncommon to make some mistakes along the way. Take a look at those common mistakes and see what can be done about them.

Architectural rendering is a vital part of attracting investors and wowing clients. With today’s powerful hardware and software, designers can make photo-realistic renders of buildings to be, bringing their designs to life and helping developers sell their ideas.

However, when your imagination is the only limit, it can be difficult presenting a realistic design. Many designers invest countless hours perfecting every pixel that the design becomes overcrowded. Others, on the other hand, try to use ‘cheats’ to speed up their process.

There are many common problems and mistakes designers encounter daily, and it can be a tedious task figuring out how to fix them. So, let’s take a look at some of the most common issues and see how they can be solved.

Too Simplistic Design

Real-life photography, for example, serves to tell a story. The same should be done with architectural rendering. Designers must impress their clients, and the only way to do that is by creating a compelling story with their render.

Of course, the purpose of architectural rendering is to focus on the building or room, to show what it will look like in reality.

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3D Visualization

6 Ways an Architectural Firm Can Use 3D Visualizations for Marketing Purposes

In the modern world of architecture, it's nearly impossible to generate buy-ins from the prospects and clients without visualization. Architects need visual means to communicate details regarding design plans with their clients. These visual means are the best depiction of the unbuilt project.

Nowadays, modern architects use visualization, rendering, and virtual reality to communicate design plans with their potential clients and prospects. Offering visualization is the best way to generate buy-ins. With the visualization industry being so highly competitive and overcrowded, virtual reality, rendering, and visualization are something of a near commodity.

Renderings and visuals are supposed to engage and excite the clients and architects are expected to produce outstanding imagery in a timely manner and at the most affordable prices. Now, creating visuals that easily beat competitors isn't as easy as it sounds. This is where we encounter a dilemma.

The architectural design can be the best of the best but without a proper effort to sell it, no client will buy it. With all that in mind, it's important to deliver visualizations that actually sell.

Of course, to be able to sell your visualization, it has to be impactful and stunning in order to lead to fewer revisions and clearer communication. Make the process of your architectural visualization smoother with heightened quality.

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Architectural-Vizualization

Integration in the Context of Architectural Visualization in 2019

Architectural visualization is always full of emerging trends. Here is what’s new in this industry in 2019 and what you can expect in the near future.

Architectural visualization is a very old practice that has been used even in ancient Egypt. However, this term today is used to describe technology-aided representations of structures. During its existence, architectural visualization has changed many times, however, the changes have been drastic during the 21st century, aided by technological development.

Since architecture visualization is slowly becoming a must and there are more and more professionals using real-time rendering, we are able to recognize new trends emerging aided by new technology. One of the latest trends that appeared in 2019 is integration, and not just any kind, but of various new technologies that can improve previous workflows within the visualization process.

This is what we are going to discuss today and why the many opportunities for integration carry so much relevance in the world of architectural visualization.

The need for integration in architectural visualization

Every architectural firm or a freelance professional rely on different CAD software solutions in their work. Not only that, but they also have different compatibility for their solutions, even if they are using the same one, different professionals have different workflows and processes they utilize to do ... ... Continue reading