Graphics design rendering software for realistic lighting

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Hey everyone,

I had an idea for a small business where I create 3D models of custom PCs for customers (just to make some easy side cash). I was going to use sketchup for the models (I’m very good at it, so I’d made the models in there).

I was looking for software in which I could apply custom textures, intricate reflections, and my own lighting to surfaces, say RGB fans. Could I do this in blender, and how hard would it be?
 

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I've never heard of visualization for PCs (except product images and demos for system integrators), but it sounds interesting. Blender Cycles is a highly regarded, physically-based, unbiased render engine, so I would recommend it for what you're trying to do. There are plenty of people who would help you along with the lighting and shading.
 
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Ok! I talked to a friend about it and he decided to help with the project. I’d make the models, and he’d apply the textures/reflections, etc. Customers would send a parts list and we’d pull the models from our library and put them inside a case.
 

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