This library interior rendering was created for Studio Six5 using a complete design project that included floor and ceiling plans, wall elevations, material, furniture, and light fixtures selections. If you have any doubts about outsourcing the 3d visualization because the designers of your studio or you're too busy doing design - it's not that difficult to outsource it. If you already designed the whole project, professional 3d visualizers will recreate it as precisely as possible, you just need to provide enough information and stay in touch to comment on revisions. Of course, you may worry that the 3d visualizer won't catch the idea of lighting you want to present your interior in. But I want to assure you that professional visualizers ask a lot of questions before creating the 3d visualizations and either will ask about the preferred light scheme or will adjust in accordance to your requirements. mostly 3d visualizers use white daylight and lights on to render interiors, but any other light scheme like dusk, sunset, sunny day, etc. can be created on-demand.
Every 3d visualizer knows that revisions are integral parts of any project, so you don't have to worry that something won't look good on the final rendering. You can read more about the stages of 3d rendering process here. Usually, 3d visualizers have 2-4 rounds to fine-tune every detail of the project. When working on this library we had 3 rounds of revisions, while we adjusted the point of view, lighting, and fireplace material. The designers were more than satisfied If that's the first time you're about to order 3d rendering services and you're not sure that you need 3d visualization or maybe interior concept, check out our article about the difference of 3d visualization and interior design services.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us and we'll help you to clarify them and create design concepts or 3d visualizations for your projects. This 3d visualization created by Andrii Korol.