How Render Vision Works for You

Analyze Material, Briefing, and Schedule

After you place your order, we work together with you to create the task and the visualization concept.

We look through all of the data you send us. The more detailed the information, the more efficiently we can implement your project. This data may include existing visualizations, CAD files, drawings, sketches, references, and/or concepts. We work together with you on any missing information and create a schedule based on this. Typically, it will take us between five days and two weeks to complete your project.

We invest a lot of time and effort to get to know your full wishes, ideas, and preferences. So we advise you to clarify all details as fully as possible.

3D Modeling and Grant Approval of the Perspectives

We create the detailed 3D model of the object to be visualized. Afterwards we will send you several perspectives for selection. These will be delivered as a white model without textures or as screenshot of the 3D model.

This step serves to define, and agree upon,the scene and the camera perspectives to be visualized.

In order to optimally involve you in the process, you can make corrections, requests and suggestions regarding the viewing angle and image details at this point. After your feedback, we then create the first photorealistic preview with a resolution of 1,600 pixels on the long side.


Now we add the materials, textures and light sources you want to the 3D model and provide you with two detailed previews. These already make up a very large part of the effect of your finished visualization.

Two correction phases

Normally our projects receive two free correction phases. You are welcome to send us your change requests and suggestions in a summarized form.

An author’s correction is included free of charge after the first pre-rendered proof and a further subsequent correction phase after the second pre-rendered proof.

Final Visualization & Finish

After the second free author’s correction, we deliver the finished visualization in high resolution.

Here you can find some references about our awesome architectural visualization.