3D PRODUCT PACKAGE RENDERING
Ares Studio has been providing several brands with 3D product package renderings of their products.
We are usually asked to create clean and market-ready images for our clients' websites and Amazon.com store pages that showcase a product's container or package from all sides allowing customers the ability to easily read important nutritional information about each product.
In addition to standard white background renderings, we have also provided more complex visualizations utilizing fluids, props, lens effects, etc. to further help showcase the product and attract more customers.
We prepare the entire production process in such a way that when our clients return to us with additional label artwork we can easily update the packaging and provide fast and affordable turn-around times.
Product rendering goes beyond merely showing a 3d model. We are committed to ensuring these images do more than fill a need; they must invoke an emotion in the viewer. Much like our Architectural Rendering Services, we take great pride in our quality of work and view our product renders as a labor of love.
Ares Studio's Product Rendering Services are photo-realistic and ready for print with super high resolution. Having the ability to show off your inventory before it exists can provide substantial cost savings and assist in discovering potential design flaws. Whether your project is just a pipe dream or you need new packaging for an existing product, we can help.
PRODUCT RENDERING COST
The main factor for the cost of a product render is the complexity of the model and the quality of the plans we are provided. Because product renders can vary so much, there is no simple answer to what the price of your project may cost. The easiest way to find out is to provide us with as much information about your project as possible so that we can calculate the price.
PRODUCT RENDERING TYPES
There are two main types of product rendering;
the first is a whitespace rendering, which showcases the product on a plain white background.
The second type is a contextual rendering, depending on the type of render the product is placed in an environment that helps to display it's uses. For example, a product rendering of a couch may be shown in a living room setting similar to these interior renders.