How to Tell If Your 3D Renders are High-Quality

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How to Tell If Your 3D Renders are High-Quality

3D rendering creates photorealistic images or videos that visualize a concept, project, design, or pretty much anything. It makes it easier for different fields in a project to communicate and cooperate with each other to complete their tasks easier and efficiently.

But hypothetically speaking, say you hired someone to create a 3D render of your project for you. How can you tell if the job done was in fact high quality?

There are steps to be taken to check if your 3D renders are in fact of high quality. Examine your image or animation closely to make sure that you are getting your money’s worth. The truth is, there are many artists out there who take shortcuts with their work and the only way to make sure that you’re getting professional 3D renders is by educating yourself on how to spot high-quality work.

Two ways to know the quality of 3D renders

1. Texture – Examine a 3D render image or video and zoom in as close as you can get to the model. One way to see if a 3D-rendered image is low quality is when you see huge, boxy pixels on the image. It only means that the technology used for rendering that particular image is sub-standard or the artist who created it did not pay attention to this important detail. Final renders must always be crisp and sharp.

2. Frame rate – If you are dealing with a 3D-rendered animation video, this is what you examine. Play the 3D animation again and again and try to look for stuttering or skips in the clip. Also try different platforms to play the video in, and if you see these stutters or stops, then make sure you ask for a refund from the person or artist who made it.

Other factors involved with the quality of 3D renders

Rendering is basically the final step in an animation process, it creates the appearance of the animation and models accompanied by visual effects such as shading, shadows and lighting, texture-mapping, motion blurs, and reflections.

Reflection, also called scattering, is the association of incoming and outgoing illumination at a given point of an object or structure. Shading on the other hand shows how different kinds of scattering or reflection are distributed across surfaces.

To see high-quality 3D renders, check Power Rendering’s gallery.

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