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If you're reading this article, it's likely that you've already got a freelance business going. And if that's the case, congratulations! But like most entrepreneurs, no matter how successful your company gets, there will always be new challenges to face and obstacles to overcome. What that means for you is that as long as you're running a business (and not just working for someone else), there will never be a time when it can't benefit from your attention and creativity.
The daily life of an artist is pretty stressful. That is because many creative individuals focus more on being busy than being efficient.
For this reason, we want to share with you in this article, easy tips and tricks you can do right away to be more productive and less stressed.
Have you ever wondered if renting a render farm is worth it in terms of money and time? This article helps you know if a render farm is a good choice for your projects.
If you really want to know: Yes, a render farm has many benefits that always make it worth it for you to invest in one. We invite you to keep reading to learn why.
We understand that sometimes there are big projects with small budgets plus deadlines and you may find yourself unable to afford a render farm. This article will explain in detail if there is such a thing as a free render farm and how can a render farm be your ally in terms of costs.
To give you a brief explanation, as there might be very few (close to none) free render farms for certain 3D software, the truth is that all render farms have a cost in order to stay available for users. If you want to know more about how to render on a commercial render farm with a budget, stay with us on this article.
Monday, March 23rd, 2020
Ever hear the word 'render farm' and wondered what it is? This article will explain in detail, what a render farm is and how it works.
Quickly explained: a render farm is a computer system/data center which is specialized in the calculation of computer generated images (CGI). It's mainly used to create films, visual effects, as well as, architectural visualizations. Continue reading for an in-depth explanation.