What is Standard Render?
If you’re new to 3D visualization, you may be wondering what Standard Render is. Put simply, it’s a way of creating three-dimensional images of objects. This technique is often used by architects and product designers to create realistic representations of their plans or products.
Standard Render can be used to create both still images and animations. In either case, the process begins with a 3D model of the object that you want to visualize. This model can be created using computer-aided design (CAD) software or manually sculpted in a program like ZBrush.
Once the model is complete, it needs to be “lit” in order to create the final image. This involves adding light sources and setting up the scene so that the lighting is realistic. After the lighting is set up, the next step is to add materials to the object. These materials determine how the object will look and feel in the final image. Finally, the camera angle and other settings are configured to create the desired effect.