Say, you need a custom 3D model for making some scene or picture for your customer. It might happen that the task is beyond your capabilities or you just don't have time for that. Even if you cannot find exactly what you need in the catalog, our team is always ready to help you. There are many highly skilled 3D artists in our studio, who would be happy to satisfy your needs. As you can see, you can be pretty sure that you have come to the right place and that your project will be OK!
You can get nearly everything what you need on our site. The price and delivery period for each particular 3D model mostly depends on its complexity and on the reference material. While you can often buy a simple, well-referenced for some $100, more complex models may cost as much as $700, or more.
With the arrival of "virtual snapshots", digital photography has made a huge leap forward. Now, if you want to have more pictures of a landscape, you don't need to revisit the place where you or someone else has taken some photos. We can do that for you virtually, meaning that we will set up the camera, tune up the lighting, and even do the rendering! And we will deliver a customized, high-resolution rendering to you in good time.
A simple rendering will probably cost you just about $100. If you need a more detailed, higher-resolution rendering, you'd better set aside some $500. The price of each rendering is calculated based on the cost of the model used for the rendering, the complexity of the model, and the resolution and the level of detail of the output.
We cannot give you an answer in advance as each 3D model is unique and its price depends on a number of factors. To calculate the price, we must first review your request. Basically, it should be understood that a customized 3D model will be more expensive than a stock model of similar complexity. If you want your model rigged, you'll pay extra for that. And if you want an exclusive 3D model, it will add a big premium to the base price, as you have to pay for retaining the rights to that model, too.
If you order a non-exclusive model, you will get a non-exclusive, non-transferable license, which means that you do not own the rights to that model and that you can only use it in your specific project. But if you buy an exclusive model, you will be free do with it whatever you like; for example, you can use it in other 3D modeling and rendering projects or even resell it as a stock sites. Hence, you usually have to pay more for exclusive models than for non-exclusive ones.
The time you'll have to wait for your model to be finished mostly depends on the complexity of your specific 3D modeling and/or rendering. The more details you provide to us, the better time estimate you'll get. Basically, most of our customers have to wait for 1 to 4 weeks.
We provide our services to customers with "urgent" requests, too. If such is the case, please always let us know in good time about how soon you need your 3D model – never wait till the last minute to tell us about some "deadline"! Please keep in mind that we may charge you an extra fee for such an "unexpected" urgency.
Yes, we can! Our highly skilled artists are capable of fulfilling orders of any complexity and offer very affordable rates. Throughout the process, our managers ensure that your order is delivered on time. With us, it's very easy to hire an artist and get the result, as all contracts and payments are handled by our experienced staff. Please keep in mind that we take copyright and privacy issues very seriously, so you can be absolutely sure that we will not disclose any of your information to third parties but will only provide it to the artists involved in your project.
Most probably, we can. We accept models in most popular formats for rendering. A simple rendering might cost you as little as $100. If you need something of a greater resolution and higher detail, it will probably cost you about $500. Basically, the price depends both on your 3D model's complexity and on the resolution and the level of detail of the output.
Yes, you can. A full scene staging will probably cost you between $1000 and $4000. The price is calculated based on the total cost of the models used in the scene, the complexity of the scene, and the resolution and the level of detail of the output.