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Electric Radiators product cgi visualisation digital room set

Finished Friday // Electric Radiators CGI Visualisation

To help the client illustrate how their radiators would look in an interior setting 3 main visuals were produced. These images consisted of different room configurations where the radiators could be placed, helping consumers visualise the products in their home. All images helped both the client

Punch Infinity – What is it?

  Punch Infinity - What is it? At the start of this year we completed Punch Infinity, our interactive configurator, to make it easy for customers to easily allow our clients to visualise products. In this mini series of blog posts I’ll be answering why, what, how and

3D Milkhouse – Creating a 3D model for toy creation!

Milkhouse 3D Model Earlier this month we were approached by Made By Cooper to turn one of their clients designs into a 3D model, which will eventually be used in the manufacturing of the "Milkhouse" toy. As I've said before, sometimes the most unusual projects are the most

3D printed miniatures aren’t just miniature!

  3D printed miniatures come in all scales. Over the past few months we have been 3D scanning and printing 3D model railway folks in what's know as 16mm (16mm = 1 foot), but the print size can be almost anything. Over the past 2 days we've

3D Printed miniatures from 3D scans

Recently I have been exploring the use of the 3D printer, and one of the avenues I've been experimenting with is using the 3D printer to produce miniature figures. The process is relatively straight forward, we use a 3D hand scanner coupled to a laptop to

New Development Project – Loft Office

From time-to-time, we get the chance to try new things, move in a different direction (even it's only for a short while), and experiment with something outside of the day-to-day work, and being in the CGI / visualisation industry means that nothing stands still, and

Stock and Custom 3D models in CGI Visualisations

Throughout my CGI work, the scenes I create will be primarily populated with the building or product, but to set the scene props, landscapes, entourage, etc are added. These items, big or small have to be created and added to the 3D scenes. Sometimes we use

Udemy 3ds Max & Vray Arch Vis course coupon for FREE access

The guys over at Udemy have given me 50 free coupons to allow my lucky followers to receive this course for free! https://www.udemy.com/intro-to-architectural-visualization-using-3ds-max-and-v-ray_zillus/#/ The course is aimed at beginners, but as always there might be some tips and tricks even the seasoned pro's might have missed. To receive

The Blanks ready to download and 3D print on Thingyverse

As part of the constant tinkering and testing with 3D printing, I have released a free download of 2 little characters I have created. "The Blanks", as I've named them, are two little characters, 10cm in height, with no real distinguishable features, perfect for a

Creating an alloy wheel in 3Ds Max

Many of the 3D models used inside my scenes and environments are created from scratch, either from drawings, sketches and even photographs. This always helps projects to feel unique and different from other studios and work, and ensures images aren't restricted by stock 3D libraries. This