Hi, I’m an architect who sometimes works on visualisation and the timeframes I get are pretty crazy, for this project for instance I received a rhino model at 10 am and the client was expected to arrive at the office a 1 pm. I had to prepare a set of renders plus an animation! Kind of a joke uh?
I think the problem is people hearing about render engines and they think it’s all fast and fun, well it is fast to render but not to produce (texturing, modeling, etc) And for this I blame Lumion, I can see how people’s expectations are higher nowadays because they want Vray/Corona quality in a fraction of the time…here’s where UE4 saves the day! Yeah I know the learning curve is almost as steep as a wall but it is worth it at the end of the day. I encourage everyone to use it.