Simple pricing, unbeatable value.

We like things simple. You get one estimate for each artist level (expert, midlevel and entry level). Then we add a service fee and spice it up with a quality guarantee for peace of mind. Simple and works like a charm.

Renderby pricing guide

Click on the different categories for it’s price.

  • Interior still image
  • Exterior still image

$ 250 Onwards
  • Low Size

$ 350 Onwards
  • Medium Size

$ 450 Onwards
  • Large Size

$ 600 Onwards
  • Massive Size

$ 350 Onwards
  • Low Size

$ 450 Onwards
  • Medium Size

$ 700 Onwards
  • Large Size

$ 1,000 Onwards
  • Massive Size

To understand the project sizes and complexity See some examples.

General guide

* Every project enquired on Renderby is very different and get individual attention and its own individual estimate from our creative directors. These are just illustrative examples to paint the broader picture.

* Early stage program – Individual Architects and startup firms get a 10% discount on the estimate for one year.

* On most cases the charges for additional renders within the same space goes down by 20-40% 

* The prices you see are for still image renderings. The charges for 360°VR  is usually 1.6times the price you see.

Ask us in the chat for animation, product/furniture prices.

How our pricing works



Your project estimate



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Our service fee




Your total cost


Your pricing questions, explained

Here’s what you need to know about our pricing, based on the questions we get asked the most.

The single price estimate is what truly sets us apart from all other freelancer marketplaces. Multiple offers essentially is called bidding. Bidding results in a race to the bottom on pricing that ultimately results in low quality work. We focus on quality first, which is why we personally review your project to ensure you get the fairest price and the highest quality work.

We currently accept all major credit cards, bank wires, and PayPal.

Yes, once your project is fully scoped and you hire your preferred artist, you deposit the total cost of your project into Renderby account before the project work starts. Your money is safely and securely stored until you’ve marked the project as complete. Once that’s done, the money is released to the artist’s account. This ensures that you have a committed artist for your project and also protects your funds in the event that things don’t work out.

Higher budget projects can also be broken down into milestones, so you fund each individual milestone as opposed to the full project cost ahead of time.

We invest a significant amount of time and effort to find, recruit and maintain the best rendering artists (so you don’t have to). We also invest a lot of hours to build and maintain a reliable platform that enables both clients and artists to collaborate on and get work done in a hassle-free manner. And finally, we provide near 24-7 customer service to ensure your peace of mind. Our service fee covers all of the above and of course, ensures we stay profitable, so we can keep doing what we’re doing best.

Yes, we do have a money-back policy which guarantees that if any artist you hire doesn’t deliver to what was mutually agreed upon in the scope of work of the project, you will receive either a partial or full refund, depending on the amount of work that has been done. The amount of the refund is agreed upon either between you and the artist or by our team through a dispute resolution process, in case you can’t come to an agreement with the artist.

A couple of notes:

  • Regardless of whether a partial or full refund is due, Renderby fees are always non-refundable.
  • We do not put a time-frame within which you can request a refund due to non-delivery of work, as long as the project has not been approved as complete. If you do approve the project as complete, that’s basically equal to you saying “Yes, the work delivered is according to the scope and I’m absolutely happy”, so we won’t be able to issue a refund beyond that point.

Some other 3d artist marketplaces can beat our pricing with less experienced talent, less quality focus and little to non-existent customer support. We’ve heard from many of our clients that projects posted on other platforms often go poorly. As is the case with most major buying decisions, you get what you pay for. At the end of the day, we ultimately believe that quality comes at a price and are happy to work with both clients and artists who value exactly that – quality over the cheapest price.

We'd be happy to answer them. Ask in the chat.