Area of living: Colchester, United Kingdom
Working as part-time freelancer 3D artist more than 9 years. Owner of Romas Noreika Interior Design
Expertise: Interior, Exterior
Project duration: 3 days and more…
Software using: 3DsMax, V-ray, Marvelous Designer, Photoshop…
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Usually I try to gather as much information as possible in the beginning. If the client do not provide me with the information I need, then I do not even start working on the project. Because you do not want to waste time and money back and forward.
The most interesting projects. Very good question. I would say: “Most interesting ones” :). Mostly interior projects, but if it is a nice exterior not only with 4 walls and two windows then yeah, I would be interested in that too.
- First stage: White/Grey renders stage until the client confirms the models, lighting, camera angles etc.
- Second stage: Texturing adding colors etc. Improving the lighting.
- Third stage: Rendering – after the final render the client can amend it one time, but just in color, texture, decorations area not remodeling something. Because that was confirmed on the first stage. If the client wants to re-model something or model something new – Client will be charged for extra work.
Simple, effective and less stress.
And I never take a project if I know I will not meat the deadline. I think it is better not to take the project at all rather than being late on the deadline. But this is only my opinion.
Did it helped me – not really, most of it I learned by watching tutorials online, doing personal projects, working in companies. Good things come with hard work. You have to LOVE what you do, that way you will always want to improve yourself and be the best. If you will be doing this just for money I do not think you will succeed in this area.