About Us

At rdvisualisation, we are truly passionate about visualisation. Located on the Gold Coast, Australia we create high quality 3D visualisation imagery, artist impressions and interactive media. We pride ourselves on providing a personalised service and like to create ongoing relationships with our clients with our work being used in construction, real-time virtual media, developer approvals, real estate, road/rail infrastructure and marketing. Please contact us if you would like to chat about how we can help you with your projects. 

 

The Team

 
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Robert Dukes

Director

 
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Emma-Lee Dukes

Stylist / Accounts

 
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Benjamin James

3D Artist

 
 

Some of our CLients

 
 
 

Our Process

Stage 1 - COLLECTION OF INFORMATION:

Prior to the commencement of work, we will collect and audit all the available information to best visualise the details of the project.

Stage 2 - CAMERA APPROVALS:

We supply alternate camera views for each render location to ensure we see your project from the best possible angle. At this stage the model is not textured and only indicative planting and furniture is used for scale and composition reference.

From these images we can work with you to determine the best possible view of your project before we proceed with our detailing.

In this stage we take the approved camera angle as close as we can to the final version. This version is submitted in a lower resolution watermarked format for client feedback and approval.

Stage 4 - FINAL REVIEW:

The changes and feedback from the previous stage is added to the image and is suppled in a low resolution watermarked format for final feedback and approval. 

Stage 5 - DELIVERY:

Once approved, the 3D render is created in a High Resolution non watermarked version and upon final payment for the project a download link is made available.

Standard resolution for High Quality renders is a minimum of 4000 pixels in width (landscape) height (portrait) and are provided in JPG, PNG and low resolution web JPG formats.