Greetings :3 and as in title.
Im thinking to open a 3D commission. So far however i'm only do Military vehicles, but cars or peaceful purpose vehicles are welcome too. I can do air, land or space genre even fantasy vehicles (need an airship :3 ?)
So this is what i can do so far :
- Seagoing vehicles (ships, submarines etc)
- Ground Vehicles
- Fantasy Aircrafts
About quality..well it can only as best as what my machine can render. You can view my gallery for samples.
I can also provide scene.background for the model (say.. tank in the battlefield) Nonetheless if it involve 3D model and textures obtained from 3rd party (say CG Textures.com or others) I cannot provide the file. Only the image with that background
Hmm and what you as a customer will get ?
- The 3D file, in Blender original format and other format you desired (Except 3DSMax's max extension)
- Texture files, all texture including normals etc. Nonetheless texture obtained from 3rd party can't be provided, sorry
- Render in 1920 x 1080 resolution (max)
Completion time is dependent on complexity, complex high poly and textured model will took longer than a simple one. The work range from 1-2 weeks. I'll begin work on it as soon as your message arrived and payment agreed. Preview of the work will be shown to you in 3-4 days.
You as Customer however of course need to provide the necessary reference image at least three views of your concept, dimensions (length, width etc) would be optional but welcomed as it can make my job easier. Oral reference (like say.. hey i want E-100 but with Abrams Turret) Are welcome too, but note that this might make the work bit long because i will have to vectorize your idea into reference image first.
Now the last but not the least.. since i work this to support myself naturally i will charge payment. Some ppl advised me to use a "dolar/manhour" system, but i wonder if flat U$ 20 is fair enough for what i can do. Payment is done via Paypal. quarter at the beginning and rest after the work is done.
So what do you guys think ? Suggestions and of course your commissions are welcome.