Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Have a burning question that you need to ask? Here we cover everything from the process of creating a 3D visualisation image to the expected timescale and attractive pricing. We hope that this frequently asked questions section can answer most things you need to know, but if you can not find what you are looking for here, please feel free to contact us directly.
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How long does it take to make a 3D architectural image?
Most images take about 5-10 business days to complete.
How much do high-quality 3D images cost?
Like most things in the design industry, the cost can vary depending on the simplicity or complexity of the project. However, we are currently offering a very affordable price on projects.
Projects start at anything from $995 AUD.
Where are you located?
We are located in Champion Lakes, Western Australia. The office is about 25 minutes drive from Perth CBD. Most of our clients are in the local area, however, we also do projects for clients in Australia nationally and for international clients.
How can we pay you?
At Tweak 3D, we prefer direct bank transfer, or PayPal if you are an international client.
What are the different stages for making architectural 3D images?
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What do I need to provide you with to begin?
If possible, please provide us with floor plans (pdf preferred), site plans (if available) and reference photos. Colour schemes will be required once the base 3D model is complete.
Can I come to your office to discuss a project with you face-to-face?
Absolutely! Our office is located in Champion Lakes, Western Australia.
What dimensions will my images be?
It depends on your needs:
For internet use 72dpi will be enough. Most final images will be HD720 (1280px x 720px) or HD1080 (1920 x 1080).
Print graphics need to be rendered at 300dpi so generally a much higher resolution. Suitable sizes would be A4 (2480px x 3508px) or A3 (3507px x 4962px).
What formats will the images be?
Again, it will depend on your specific needs. Most clients prefer the most common formats such a jpg, png etc. However, if you require a 32bit image, exr formats can be provided.
Can I use the images for print and on my website?
Usually, yes. It is best to discuss what your final media output will be at the beginning of the project so that allowances in image sizes, resolution, and formats can be made throughout the visualisation creation process.
Who do you design for?
Mostly, we make 3D images for builders, architects, property developers and private investors. However, clients tend to come from all walks of life.