The cost for creating one of these images is typically on the upper end of the spectrum, and rightly so. These apartments, towers, skyscrapers, or superstructures require significant attention to detail and more consideration to create a nice looking image. Depending on the look which the client is after High-rise renders can have a wide variety moods and styles, ranging from a sunny day to a stormy evening. The mood of the image depends on what it is that the client and the 3D rendering artist wants to convey and highlight in the image.
When creating a high rise render or a new visualization for a large scale apartment, one of the most important factors is capturing the surrounding environment and creating a gorgeous backdrop to accentuate the architecture of the highrise. Tower rendering projects are typically left to companies with the most experience and skill as going too cheap on these images can have the most apparent undesired implications.
Typical pricing for a highrise render starts around $2000 and goes up from there. Some factors leading to higher prices on the images would be, the number of unique design features, the overall size and complexity of the building, the surrounding buildings or the required use of a drone.
Some simple ways to keep the price of the render down would be to be well organized, providing accurate plans and schedule your project well in advance. High Rise Renders can take time to do properly so leave at least 2-3 weeks.
For more information regarding highrise rendering pricing take a look at our architectural rendering pricing guide.
The highrise building 3D rendered image is often regarded as one of the most challenging types of images or animations to get “right”. The complexity of the building along with it’s sheer size can present a host of technical problems beyond that of a simple house render or product render.
Trying to fit a tall building in one image is a challenge many photographers will tell you about, they are often forced to stitch several images together to create one large vertical panoramic image. Another limitation photographers face is perspective, when taking a photograph at eye level the amount of distortion near the top of the building starts to make the details difficult to make out. Luckily, our 3D software is able to manipulate these real world problems and give our 3D rendering a leg up on the real thing.