1. Geometric objects should not intersect or merge
One of the greatest mistakes made by renderers is showing objects placed further in full size. That means that items standing or hanging closer are partially hidden and that results in an absolutely unrealistic look. All the objects in the visuals should be subordinated to each other: ones that are located closer would always restrict access to ones placed in the background. In addition, there should not be any intersection or objects merged as the product will look amateurish.
2. All the objects should have a base they are attached to. No flying objects are allowed
The main goal of architectural rendering is to a achieve a highly realistic look. Where could you see floating chairs or flying chandeliers? These are rough rendering mistakes as all the objects must be placed naturally in the picture. Whether they are lying, standing, hanging or resting on other things, this space relation should be distinct and look realistic.
3. Every object on the visual must be present in real-life interior design as well
Why are visual renderings created? In most cases, they find their further real-life implementation so it is important to consider all the details and the possibility to fulfill them in the actual design. If you do not plan to add one or another feature from the rendering to your interior, it is advisable to change a visual and see if your decision is right.
4. The absence of black areas that lack lighting
One of the main characteristics that differ a well-rendered image from a low-quality one is lighting. It should not only show the time of the day but also be present in all possible reflections and shades. If one or another area on the rendering is dark, that is A huge drawback that requires correction.
5. A realistic look of all the materials, colors and objects
The other important feature of a high-quality rendered image is its realistic look. It is wonderful when there is a difficulty in distinguishing a rendered photo from a real one. No matter what materials, colors and objects you use, it is important to depict them considering every tiny detail. Whether it is some special texture or an exclusive furniture piece, but each of them should remind a perfect photo rather than a blurred painting of the child.
6. Accurate pattern transfer
Though it may seem that pattern is an unnecessary detail, a masterpiece usually consists of numerous details that make it valuable. Any pattern must be depicted with the consideration of the tiniest details for a visual to be of the best quality.
7. Expertise composition with a right camera position
It is natural that you will not take a photo of the messy room if you want to accentuate some furniture pieces. Every photographer should create a perfect composition as well as find a suitable position for a camera to take the most advantageous photos. The same is with renderers. Their task is to choose such an angle and create an ideal background to achieve their goal.
8. Decor must be properly sized and depicted
In comparison with patterns, tiny decor items should be avoided by designers to prevent the image from being cluttered and not appealing. A big number of decorations will create a feeling of a storage place, so it is better to add middle-sized decor and pay much attention to its premium depiction.
Architectural rendering has already taken its niche in many industries. Clients look forward to new renderings created according to their instructions, so each of them should analyze a final product efficiently to ensure its excellent quality. Hints mentioned above will be helpful in this responsible task, undoubtedly.