Finding reliable freelancer rendering artists has never been easier. Here’s why you should start outsourcing all your 3D rendering work to them.
Among all the thankless jobs designers must tackle, the most important one is to make a building not only functional but beautiful, too. However, it’s not easy, and trying to communicate the merits of good design to the outside world remains a challenge for most studios, especially smaller ones with limited resources.
As I mentioned, architects are busy people. Yes, they typically have the ability to produce images and diagrams and drawings that could accurately explain the building they are designing. It’s pretty much all you do in school. However, as your career evolves your list of daily tasks quickly fills with things decidedly un-design related, leaving your communication tools dull and outdated.
It’s What They Do
As I mentioned, designers are busy people. Yes, they typically have the ability to produce images and drawings that could accurately explain the space they are designing. Freelance rendering artists do nothing but sit at a desk all day and produce work. They are well versed in the software and the technology behind the software in order to get the most out of the time they have to work on it. Sometimes you only have one chance to show a client or competition jury why your design matters, and enlisting a specialist to put that design on the tallest pedestal possible is the only choice when it comes to preserving the merits of your work.
They Take Direction
Freelance rendering artists are there for the very specific task of providing you with the best possible showcase for your designs. YOUR designs. They have no interest in interjecting their own subjective critiques or inputs to question the decisions you made throughout the design process. That job should rest solely on the shoulders of the designer.
If you outsource your work, you’ll get back a perfect representation of what you put in. The 3D visualisation artist is only concerned with making you look good, and will take any direction you might give them with a smile and an enthusiasm to make the design shine.
They Will Save You Money
Keeping a rendering artist on staff as a full-time employee can incur an incredible cost to a small or mid-size design studio. Most offices are better off spending those resources on people trained in design and have the ability to design, collaborate, and manage projects on their own.
However, if you have a reliable cache of freelance artists available, you’ll only pay them when you require their services. Most freelancers - even the very good ones - have accessible rates that most clients will happily pay in order to produce work that will better showcase and market their buildings.
Hiring freelancers to outsource your rendering and visualisation work has never made more sense. It keeps your business lean and productive and has the flexibility to adhere to any project type, schedule, or design budget. Stop hiring teams of people just to make you look good, and focus those resources instead on making the finished buildings the best they can be.