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CGI Service, Textures & 3D models
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(14-11-2018, 11:49 PM)Stretch Wrote: My Kitchens always look better than my renders......so my customers are pleasantly surprised rather than disappointed that I didn’t manage to reproduce everything to the most finite detail.....

This has always been my approach with girlfriends. I have always managed their expectations down to a very low level when it comes to the jiggy thing! Some (can't actually rember who now??) have even said they found it to be an enjoyable experience.
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(16-11-2018, 08:51 PM)andy5405 Wrote:
(14-11-2018, 11:49 PM)Stretch Wrote: My Kitchens always look better than my renders......so my customers are pleasantly surprised rather than disappointed that I didn’t manage to reproduce everything to the most finite detail.....

This has always been my approach with girlfriends. I have always managed their expectations down to a very low level when it comes to the jiggy thing! Some (can't actually rember who now??) have even said they found it to be an enjoyable experience.

The better your hardware is, the better the final result and the end user satisfaction will be......












The same could be said for Computer Renders too.... LittleDevil30h
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(16-11-2018, 08:46 PM)andy5405 Wrote:
(16-11-2018, 11:17 AM)Snappy CGI Wrote: 100% people buy people, 

So render vs sale is always an interesting debate but I think you'll have a lot of factors which can sway the scale, the age of customers, the value of a job, are you trying to be competitive on price and how you're selling/business model.

For example, two people are trying to sell a 10K kitchen online, same customer - one looks like it's been rendered with a potato or one which looks realistic, the customer will 100% go with the better render.

The second example, same scenario but instead of online you're selling from a showroom, Potato-man is welcoming, shows them through everything in the kitchens, sells the dream really well and build a beautiful rapport and confidence in the company/brand. VS someone who has hired arrogant self-entitled millennials in the showroom who don't really care about much let alone the customer (I'm one so I can see the problems with my generation) - regardless of the render who do you think would get the job.

Luckily for me, I don't work with retail customers often unless it's a high end development, I usually work with the suppliers and manufacturers so my renders need to be top quality as they'll use it for marketing or commercial printing


You and Daz are definitely the people that stand out on here and kbbcad when it comes to stunning renders. Most of us on here are far more handy with a router or tracksaw than a computer, which is why NexusCad has appealed to many of us.

We also have limited time as fitter/designers/suppliers along with all the pressures of being a one man band business to either learn fancy skills or spend the time using them on a PC. Is there a market (or could it be created) where someone like you or Daz coud take our cad drawings and improve the renders to an acceptable level for mass market kitchens. I've seen what Daz can do for a basic Articad user who dosesn't have either the time, inclination or skill to do what he can do.

It wouldn't have to be to CGI photo-realistic level, it would just have to be significantly better than the renders typical users can create. We all have jobs where we would happily spend money on improved graphics. An hour's work from someone like you or Daz could make a huge difference to a showroom or one man band bidding for an important job. Is there a gap in the market for that level of service?

Depends how much you're willing to pay I guess mate, I know that sounds obnoxious but im genuinely asking what you'd be willing to pay to create an image "improvement" service.

I have a 3D artists which works for me, would 100% be interested in reqular quick jobs but the price can't be too low.

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