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Check out how this New Orleans developer used hyperrealistic renderings to start marketing their multifamily building

https://blue-sketch.com/how-to-use-hyper-realistic-renderings/

See before and after photo of current state - rendering of how it's going to look like










Source: Blue-Sketch Blog
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Nice... What's the process for rendering this and does this involve animated overlays?
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Hi @Shakoure Thanks for the question. We need the floor plan (or a Matterport model), we use that to build a 3D model. We also need the window/door schedules and list of materials and kitchen cabinets, countertops, etc.

These renderings are just jpg images, htere's no animation here. However we can take these renderings and then turn them into a walk-through like this one https://livetour.istaging.com/f7dc4e2b-477c-4e6e-8eaa-e27e4019ce33
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Got it. Thanks! I'll look into again soon for a corporate client who might be interested.
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Great! Thank you and have an awesome day!
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@PetraSoderling Great work, i can see how some clients might be interested, would you DM me your pricing.
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@PetraSoderling Great work, i can see how some clients might be interested, would you DM me your pricing.
Just checked the website, looks like it's all there, thanks
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@imad Thanks, I'm glad you like it. You are correct, the list price for one rendering is $499.95, however that's not the whole story. Typically developers want to see a package of various deliverables (couple renderings with floor plans for example), so it makes sense to give a quote per project. The number of edit rounds also affect the price. If the developer has all of their materials, kitchen cabinets etc. picked out and we can do the final rendering on one go, there is room for discounts here.
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