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The Process of Creation
3D Renderings

Steps

1. Modellling
2. UV Unwrap
3. Textures
4. Lights
5. Postproduction

Step 1
Modelling
Step 2
UV Unwrap
Step 3
Texturing
Step 4
Lighting
Step 5
Post

The Process of Creation
3D Renderings

Steps

1. Modellling
2. UV Unwrap
3. Textures
4. Lights
5. Postproduction

Step 1
Modelling
Step 2
UV Unwrap
Step 3
Texturing
Step 4
Lighting
Step 5
Post

Any Questions?

How does the listing creation process look like?

There are three stage. The preparation period, the creation process and the finalization, the asset creation. Below, you can see all milestones/deliveries, etc.

How long does one listing take?

It mostly depends on the number of revisions and time you need for the feedback. It can go from 2 weeks up to more than a month.

Above you can see the process map.

Why are variations so expensive?

Through variations it can get to a vast of image files.

Let's make a quick example:
8 listing images x 20 colors x 3 sizes x 5 languages = 2400 files

We have smart solutions to handle this but it's still a buch of work. Especially the export of all renders in all views and color is diligence work.

What do I get in the Listing Images Package?

The content of delivery is:

3 main images for split testing
7 listing images to use all potential

What is in the A+ Content Package?

Spoiler! The brand story is not in the A+ package included. This is something you get in our flat fee.

Amazon allows you to upload 7 sections. For you A+ content you get um to 10 sections from us. We want to give you freedom to make changes by your own and test different things.

How many revisions do are possible?

Each milestone you have 2 revisions included. A detailed overview you can see here. Don't worry! Our process is built to make you satisfied. In general you have up to 6 revisions for your product listing. This should be absolutely enough. What do you think?