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  1. Hello I would like to ask some more experienced freelancers/offices(?) - do you make your price scenery-dependant? Specifically - would you charge more for an architectural rendering in winter or in the city, then for a rendering in summer forest etc (the same building)? I am asking because I talked to someone recently, who is charging 2x price for a rendering in winter, which surprised me since snowy renderings are often easier to do then summer ones! Any thoughts on this topic? Would appreciate some info from other ppl
  2. Studio/Institution: Allegra Tri Mitra Client: Ispi Property Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3D's Max Vray 2009 + Photoshop Website: http://vad-endz.deviantart.com/ Description: This project just finished around 1 month ago,but still under construction.Your CnC always welcome for future design.Thx
  3. As some of you might have heard already there was lately a lot of fuss in the industry among people selling their wares on Turbosquid (that's a site where people buy your models/textures for a certain commission). Turbosquid decided that they will be lowering their rate for the artists selling their products from 50% to 40%. They are also implementing something called the SquidGuild, sort of an elite club for artists that will be selling exclusively on Turbosquid for a 60% cut. The reaction wasn't hard to predict, couple of people removed there products from Turbosquid and moved to different sites, some even calling for an open boycott of the site. In the mean time a new forum was created for anyone interested in selling CG related products - 3D Stock Talk http://www.3dstocktalk.org where people can find some tips about where to buy and sell 3d models, how to deal with this rate cut and many other related issues.
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