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Visualisation

Renderings of concepts and development models

On the way to creating a product or whatever it is necessary to illustrate to the client what an idea or concept might look like, sometimes long before you even know how the parts are even going to be made.

It is a pity that some of these images don't find their way into a final portfolio so I decided to create this category and throw in a few of my favourite images.

This is a bit of a mixed bag and it is difficult to put these images into specific categories so just have fun and have a good browse around and as always please let me know if you would like any more information about anything you see.

 
 

Ring

These images were rendered for a composition intended to illustrate the power of virtual modeling. Superimposing the original model mesh onto the final render effectively demonstrates that the image was generated on a computer.More…

A modern classic

While designing a set of new rims for a classic replica it was important for me to check how the wheels would look on the car. More…

Joe's Body

These images were created for DraftFCB in collaboration with Studio Dolby . The images were to be applied to a new range of Adcock Ingram medicines. More…

 

Mech

A few of my friends collaborated to produce this absolutely incredible mech model as part of a promotional showreel they were making at the time. More…

Trophy

A rendering of the AIHR trophey which I designed around a Hog Billets ′Chopper′ front wheel.More…

Wheels

This is a collection of visuals of alloy wheels. Some of them were designed by me from scratch and others are copies of existing classic rim styles for use on replicas or classic racing cars.More…

 

Klipdrift video

here are a few still images for 360 animation I did to promote the new Klipdript premium bottle. The images had to appear as realistic as possible and show of the rich colour of the brandy.More…

Rockstar

First off let me say that I DID NOT DESIGN THIS! My client was asked to modify a set of these Rockstar rims to make them look a little less ...um ... flashy. More…

Virtual girls

I have modeled a good number of 3D characters over the years but none have been as challenging as a human female. It all started a few years ago when a friend of mine and I were browsing through the entrants for a 3D girl character competition we had been told about. The one thing that struck us was the variety of styles and modeling skills, More…