Is there actually any difference at all? The answer is YES. 3D modeling and 3D Rendering are two stages of any 3D implementation process. To create a 3D rendering, we need to have made the 3d modeling first.
This becomes the first step of the process because if we do not have the dimensions, shapes, and textures of all the elements that make up the space we are working on, we will never be able to make the final 3d visualization.
In this phase of the process, professional designers add, among other elements, textures such as wood, stone, glass, etc.
Once this first step is completed, the actual 3D rendering process begins. In this phase, also known as 3D visualization, the designer builds his scene by arranging the previously processed 3D models in the given space to create a functional and aesthetic design, adding colors, and setting the “mood” of the final 3D render.