I work on architectural visualisation projects in blender, where i need to download assets like sofas, chairs, tables, and textures and materials. I do not use paid materials, but totally free assets like ones found on Blenderkit and Sketchfab, etc. Blenderkit does not require attribution, but most other websites, provide free assets on the CC BY lisence ie. one must attribute (provide name and link of creator of asset) the creator.
When you are submitting a final render to your client for a freelance 3d project, how do you provide him the attributes of the assets you have used? And how will he be able to attribute, when the render will be used in various places.
If the render was being used on my own website, or in a tutorial I am creating, I would have provided the links below my image. But in the case of a freelance project, how does it work? (Do i give the client a document with links of free assets used?) Because generally architectural renders will be used on hoardings on the highway, advertisements, and circulated among different people. It would not make sense to provide the document with attributes everywhere the image will be printed, circulated, etc.
I have never seen renders with attribution on websites posting these renders, like pinterest, etc. Many must be using free assets like models and textures.
Hope someone can enlighten me on this topic.
Thank you, Kris