Originally an architectural project from 2006, we have updated the images with our new rendering software V-Ray. A full set of interiors and furniture were added to the original job.
This project was to produce still and video marketing images from the supplied architects plans and elevations. The project was shelved before the interior modelling was completed.
The test online 3d model below was quickly added by ourselves. Obviously it’s unfinished but it is useful to showcase what is possible.
The brief for this architectural visualization project was to produce 4 high resolution images from each property for estate agent publicity literature.
The photoshere images shown below where an added bonus for the client to use as Facebook marketing and publicity. If you are viewing on a PC/laptop then navigation is via mouse click and drag.If you would like to view in full screen please double click to open the original Facebook post.
If viewing via a smart phone or tablet then double tapping the images below will give you the option to view in the Facebook App. This allows the viewer to use the devices accelerometer and gyro to know where the viewer whats to look at the image. There is also the ability to ‘pinch’ zoom into the image.
The drone footage was supplied to us for adding the computer generated house models. Unfortunately no one asked us about which shots would work so the drone video was pretty much unusable apart from this one short clip below. There tends to be a common assumption that there is ‘magic software’ that just works whereas we actually understand how the software works, it’s requirements and limitations. If in doubt please ask our advice.
An interactive WebGL model viewer is shown below. This allows the user to fully interact with the 3d model of the bungalow. This was an unfinished test with baked lighting but no material texturing added.
A DVD title sequence. Ben Law has previously been featured on Grand Designs and has written several books on his specialist subject of working with natural timber.
The client felt this short sequence summed up his ethos quite succinctly.
We used a mixture of 3d toon style animation and 2d compositing to make this video sequence.
Europes’ largest Planetarium, Welsh answer to the Eden Project as one of the counties largest tourist attractions. These images and videos were commissioned to raise funding from Government bodies.Continue reading