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kevingame private msg quote post Address this user
Ladies and Gents, I have a client who wants to hire me to do 40k square foot total commercial space. 25k square feet of office space on two levels and 15k square feet of open warehouse space. How many models do you think this would take to do? Should I quote 3 separate ones for office space and warehouse?
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LookingGlass private msg quote post Address this user
Yes, correct. Quoting him the 3 will give the end result a better 3D experience. Keeping the models separate will also allow them to load faster and easier to manage.

Good luck.
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kevingame private msg quote post Address this user
That's great, thanks for the response.

I'll post my results!
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