It has completely transformed our workflow and allows us to provide a more
transparent, and reliable service than any other approach that is representative of the
The key idea behind it is to collect and keep all information in the system from the first discussion with the Client up to the last item of the final delivery. All data and conversations are stored in a very clear, organized manner, arranged under work phases according to the initial agreement. This way no information can get lost or fall victim to misinterpretation, commenting rounds remain well-defined, and payments happen in accordance with the contract, exclusively.
The process begins with the client providing necessary information.
The first Arqsix preview focuses on clay angles with lightning, excluding people.
Presented in a high-quality 2K resolution.
Client feedback is sought specifically on camera angles and mood at this stage.
The second Arqsix preview introduces textured elements, incorporates season and mood settings, and includes people if applicable. This stage presents a detailed 4K resolution.
Note: Any subsequent alterations to models and mood are regarded as additional work beyond this point, potentially incurring extra charges.
Client input is now directed towards textures, furniture, and the presence of people.
The third Arqsix preview showcases refined materials, people integration, improved lighting, and comments on decorative elements. Any missed feedback from the second preview is addressed in this stage. The image reaches an enhanced 4K-5K resolution.
If any comments were overlooked during the second preview, they will be addressed and implemented at this stage.
Client feedback at this stage is crucial for identifying any potential mistakes and suggesting enhancements for realism. At this point, unless there are design changes from the client's end, this stage is considered final in most cases. Any errors on our part should be rectified before proceeding to the 7K final render. Design changes from the client may result in additional charges.
The conclusive step involves delivering the 7K photorealistic rendering. This is the ultimate representation of the envisioned design, ensuring a high-quality and detailed final image.