Much of our work for design agencies could be added here, and we’ve worked for a few around the UK. We can work with your creative team at any stage in the design process – concept stage if you need ideas from out-house, or just give us the final scamp and we can work it up in CGI. It’s a two-way process and we’re happy to give and take as much feedback as is necessary to nail the imagery.
Often the work here is a combination of 3D CGI, photography and image manipulation – our experience in all sectors allows us to produce the best result possible. We can even provide fully-rigged characters to help bring your project to life!
Typically we are asked to produce visuals for domestic or commercial developments as a marketing tool. Often we’re asked to produce visuals as planning application support material, and sometimes we’re asked to conceptualize a building itself.
We can work from paper drawings, 2D CAD drawings or 3D CAD files, and have a vast library of support material to furnish a scene with appropriate detail – trees, foliage, furniture, vehicles and more!
Final delivery can be a simple image, or full blown animated presentation, depending on the project brief.
Two of the igils have backgrounds in Industrial Design, so Product Visualisation is right up our creative alley.
Where no CAD date exists, we can model directly from an object itself, or from sketches. If we have access to 3D CAD date (STP, IGES etc) then the process is much quicker. We have several pieces of software to aid in file conversion from CAD data to a format we can use in our visualisation software.
Typical asks are visuals for marketing, or to trial various concepts before deciding which to take to market. Explanatory illustrations and animations are also high up on the list of things we get asked to do – whether for exhibition events or for installers to use as a training tool.
Often Interior Visualisation is seen as a natural progression from Architectural Visualisation – once exterior assets have been modelled it’s just a question of populating the interior of the building in question.
It’s also a useful aid for interior designers, and often we are asked to build interiors to showcase architectural products, such as the skylights in these examples.