3D Product Visualisation Projects
These projects include product Visualizations for, objects ranging from ovens, to simple devices like Satnavs, to cars. They are rendered to broadcast/cinemati quality. In some instances the models are created from scratch, or, provided by the client as a CAD model.
Another type of popular animation is manufacturing process animations. These describe how a manufacturing process works.
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Product Visualisation: Smart Dog Collar
Smart dog collar design, created using Rhino, rendered with VRay. This project involved the design of a new invention, the smart dog collar. The aim was to visualize it, in order for the client to gain funding for mass manufacture.
Product Visualisation: Hairyworm Phonecase
Modelled in Rhino and 3DSMax. Final rendering using VRay. Images created for print and web.
Product Visualisation: Smart Watch
Visualisation of a smart watch model. Texturing, rendering and lighting, with Vray/3dsMax, post production in Nuke and Photoshop.
Phonaudio headphones Product animation
Working with an innovative manufacturer, with a product positioned, in the same segment as Bose. I have been responsible for the creation of a number of product explainer videos, highlighting the features and benefits of this innovative new product. Visualisations created using 3DSMax, VRay, Rhino, after effect and Nuke:
SMEG Oven Photorealistic Product Rendering
Product rendering project, using a CAD model provided by the manufacturer. The task involved converting the CAD files to a 3DSMax format, then texturing, lighting and shading the model in max, for render with mental Ray.
Lamborghini Diablo 3D Car animation
Created using high poly, nurbs and subD geometry. Created using a "patch" modelling approach. Texture and shading using Mental Ray, lighting created using a simple final gather cast.
Dauer 962 3D Car animation
Hi poly/SubD model, showing the exterior car body design of the famous Dauer 962 with final gather and white environment. Created using 2 ref. images only. No orthographic plans used.