Cleanpix Graphics is an Australian visualisation studio offering professional 3d architectural rendering services, including exterior and interior 3d renders, animations, 3d floor plans and town planning visual evidence presentations.
Our Melbourne based studio specialises in creating computer generated marketing and lifestyle images with meticulous attention to detail, aiming to deliver high quality finished artwork with creative flair and style. We also have considerable experience in providing product 3d visualisations including furniture, fixtures & fittings and construction products.
We work with various clients in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Sunshine Coast and other capital and regional centres across the country.
We always strive to ensure that our clients are completely satisfied with the finished product while also making sure the work is delivered on time and on budget.
Examples of our artwork can be viewed in the gallery sections. All featured pieces are client-commissioned projects.
For all enquiries, including requests for quotations, please visit the contact section.
Cleanpix Graphics works closely with real estate and creative agencies, property developers, architects and interior designers to supply high quality finished artwork.
We offer the following services:
A fully computer generated image where all visible elements including the main subject, landscape and surrounding context environment is built from scratch in a 3d modelling program.
An artist impression image where all visible elements including styling accessories, landscaping and background are computer generated.
A photo montage is a composited or blended visualisation that consists of computer generated elements such as the proposed dwelling or apartment building design, layered on top of a photograph of the existing site or environment. This can be done for streetscape or aerial level view points.
An orthogonal 3d rendered artist impression based on CAD plans or elevations drawings for a proposed architectural or product design.
A photo montage of an existing site with the proposed property layered on top. The 3d model is positioned in the photograph at precisely the same angle and relative level as the building would appear in real life. This is achieved by referencing the RL survey points of the surrounding buildings and landscaping. The sun position and light level is also precisely simulated to match the point in time the site photograph was captured.
A special report is also included with the image/s addressing criteria specified by the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, making the images admissible evidence in a dispute hearing.
The product visualisations allow clients to create photorealistic images of various consumer products, for example, office furniture collections for a new product catalogue launch.
A high definition computer generated film, featuring moving 3d graphics, live action footage and composited motion graphics.
Q. What is the price of your 3d rendering services? Do you have a package deal?
A. Cleanpix Graphics does not have a set price list. Every job we undertake may vary in scale, complexity of design and deliverable requirements. Every project enquiry is assessed individually, allowing us to evaluate the proposed design and the client brief prior to preparing our fee proposal.
Prices for batches of images may also vary but in general, the more images included in the client's order, the lower the price-per-render.
If you've ever wondered why there is such a significant disparity in prices between different 3d rendering studios, please read out blog on 3d Rendering Costs which discusses the subject in more detail.
Q. How long does it take to complete my 3d renders project?
A. This always depends on the number of images you require and the scale and complexity of the project (i.e. a simple single dwelling project will usually take less time than a multi-level apartment building).
There are some other varying factors that can affect the overall timeframe. These may include turn-around time required for the client to review progress submissions and provide feedback comments. As well as allowing some additional time to approve quotations and process invoiced payments.
We will be able to supply a projected time estimate once we receive your architectural drawings and a brief description of the view point requirements.
Q. Do you work with interstate and international clients?
A. Yes we do!
While our 3d rendering company is located in Melbourne and many of our clients are based in the local area, we have a growing presence in many other metropolitan and regional parts of Australia.
In particular, we have completed a significant number of 3d rendering projects for clients in Sydney, Canberra, Sunshine Coast (Maroochydore & Coolum Beach) and Ballarat. We have also worked with clients in Brisbane and Perth.
International clients are also very welcome to place enquiries since the work process involved would be the same as for local clients in Australia.
Face to face meetings are rarely essential for the completion of the project with correspondence between studio and client mostly done via email and phone calls. This allows us to work with anyone regardless of their location.
Q. I've never commissioned 3d visualisations before, what is the process? How does it all work?
A. Please visit the downloads section and have a read through our client outline guides. They will supply a comprehensive checklist of architectural drawings, schedules and file formats we require to commence working on your project as well as our general process for artwork submissions and client review.
If you are interested in a more detailed techincal explanation of the creation process of an architectural 3d rendering, you can read our blog 'Creating The Virtual World'.
Q. Do I need to submit CAD drawings and specifications to receive a quotation?
A. No, for quotation purposes CAD files and inclusions specifications are not necessary, you can send through PDF files. Please be sure to include all the floor plans and elevations drawings.
Finishes schedules, landscape plans and joinery drawings may also prove helpful in assessing an accurate fee proposal but are less vital.
Q. Do I need to make a deposit payment?
A. Yes, if you decide to approve our quote, we will issue an invoice for a deposit. (Usually 30% of total quoted price.)
Work on your project can only commence once we have received your initial payment, as well as all necessary drawings and schedules.