What is 3D rendering and what is it used for?
3D rendering is the process of producing two-dimensional animations with three-dimensional attributes from a three-dimensional wire frame using a computer-rendering program. It is commonly used, but not limited, in the design of computer game animation and interior design.
If you are an architect or a computer game expert, for example, you will be well aware of the value of 3D rendering for the success of your product. Computer rendering allows you to display your realistic 3D images in a format that enables your potential clients to visualize the completed project. This will enhance your sales pitch for future contracts and will allow you to show your work rather than just discussing it.
There is no doubt that in an industry that requires 2D images with 3D attributes computer rendering is the best way to achieve the final product but if you are considering completing the work yourself using render online programs that are freely available it may be worth taking into account that there are 3D rendering experts available for hire through Freelancer.com.
A rendered image has some evident characteristics, which an expert will be familiar with. There are differing algorithms and procedures used to produce these images, some of which are used individually and some created using simultaneous techniques.
An example of some techniques used to create a rendered image are: Shading Texture-mapping Shadows Soft shadows Reflection Transparency Translucency Refraction Caustics Depth of field Motion blur
A variety of different computer rendering techniques can be used to achieve the final result. Someone with experience in 3D rendering will know the best way to achieve the final result that you have stated in your job specification rather than someone without rendering experience who will use trial and error to achieve the desired outcome.
A computer-rendering task can be completed very quickly in a few hours, or larger projects can take up to a few days or weeks to complete depending on their size and nature. By hiring an experienced 3D renderer from Freelancer.com, you eliminate any time taken with trial and error to discover which techniques work together and which work best independently, hiring an expert will save your company money as the job will be completed much sooner.
A computer renderer who is part of the community of thousands at Freelancer.com will get your job done faster and for minimum cost. You can set your budget in advance, and they will be paid based on their output and successful completion of the project so you will not be faced with any hidden costs at the end of the project. If you have further projects, you can re-hire the computer renderer but if you only have one project to complete you will not be obligated to continue paying them unnecessarily.
A renderer on Freelancer.com will have their portfolio and experience available so you can make sure you're getting the best person for your 3D rendering project. View the wide range of freelancers available online today.