These illustrations depicting cable distribution networks were produced to a whopping 4m wide, to be used on large display panels. The illustrations were then given some graphic design love before being delivered as high resolution PDFs, with the illustrations themselves available standalone, for use on the web if needed.
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This video was produced for our client Offshore Simulator Centre in Norway, who needed a presentation piece depicting a typical training facility installation.
Biomass CHP planning application CGIs
This project was one of the first to benefit from our promotional offer we ran a while ago, which gave a discount to any project with a green angle. The proposed development is for a 12MW Biomass CHP (Combined Heat & Power) in Clay Cross, Derbyshire, to be developed by React Energy plc, a developer and operator of energy infrastructure using clean technologies in the UK and Ireland. It’s been a great project to work on, a subject close to our own hearts, and this is the third iteration of the proposed design.
CGI Housing Images for Westerman Homes
This is a quick showcase of CGI housing images produced for our client, of house types for one of their new developments.
albino igil were asked to work with another 3D studio for this exterior and interior visualisation project. ne remit was to help tidy up a large exterior model ready for the client studio to take over for exterior animation shots. Another remit was to model, furnish and light the interiors of two apartments, to a strict interior design brief where every object and material used was itemised. This meant many of the props had to be either adapted from library items that were near matches, or were created from scratch.
Client’s Skypod CAD files save time and budget.
Welcome to the Eurocell Skypod – a great way to let natural light into your home. We do love this sort of project – a mix of technical modelling, interior design and set dressing. These days, if a client can hand us the CAD files in a format we can use (STL, STEP, IGES – many many more) then it saves a bundle of time as we don’t have to model it from scratch. We’re lucky that this client manufactures the parts needed and therefore can lay their hands on extremely detailed production CAD files for the Skypod. This leaves more budget available, after a relatively quick conversion of the 3D CAD data to a format we can use in our 3D rendering software, to spend on creating great marketing images.
The beauty of CGI these days is that you don’t have to stick with the standard style. A good CGI artist can also replicate other illustrative styles once the initial images have been produced. The client for this project asked for a watercolour treatment to the final image, in keeping with the literature that it would be used within. Any number of effects can be applied, from pencil sketches to pen and ink, oil, gouache, acrylic – endless possibilities.
As a follow-on to the exterior conservatory renders, some conservatory and skylight interior renders were thrown at us. Luckily we quite like juggling, so with several renders in the air at the same time it was our job to make sure they all landed when and where they were needed.
Here is one of the images we managed to land safely 🙂
The brief was to showcase a new range of conservatories with panoramic doors, first shown in our project Bring The Outside In. We were given the conservatory designs and asked to match them with a cottage, a barn conversion and a modern home.
The heat was on, the print deadline looming, in that big dark loomy way that deadlines tend to have (clichéd but oh so true), thus donning our headline helmet torches we sliced through the inky blackness to reach the hallowed place known as ‘project end’.
No really – it was just like that, honest. Anyway – here are the results…