Just this year I started hiring out for pro renderings for some of my interior design projects.
I’ve really enjoyed using this renderer and I’m going to share his contact info with you today, in case you are a designer and need some pro renderings too.
I have used his services with some of my projects that were in progress, but I also used his skills to render some jobs that I might not have gotten back into for photographs.
Although a good rendering doesn’t really substitute for actual photography of a space, it is better than nothing and it is a heck of lot less costly. :-)
I shared a few of these renderings in a blogpost earlier this year.
I’ve got some more today to share. Check out these below.
These renderings show what this project, that was under construction for a long time, looks like. Haven’t gotten back into this job to shoot, but these show how the space mocked up.
See the before pics of this remodel
You can compare the before photos and some of the later, in-progress, shots to the renderings shown here, in this post.
Here’s the fun Butler’s pantry on this job. I selected a white brick for the walls, concrete tile flooring, and then gorgeous soapstone for the counters.
This was drawn up meticulously in Autocad, with floor plan and elevations, then it was sent to him, saved to Autocad 2010. With a materials list and links to products and materials, he was good to go.