3D Modelling and Animation
Great for mascots, virtual MCs for events, corporate videos, architectural visualisations and marketing collateral. Don't have a mascot yet? We will create one for you and have it ready to go within 2 weeks time (average turnaround).
3D character design and development
As usual, the more information, the better. It starts with a detailed brief that defines the character's characteristics, such as trait, poses, gender, temper etc. Once the illustrations are approved the character is modeled in 3D, set up and animated. They fit perfectly from printed materials to big screen projections.
Above, "Bunguinho" was made according to the Bunge Alimentos' Visual ID Manual (Sao Paulo, Brazil). He performed in the 3D stereo video as the presenter of the Bunge's products and solutions for the Brazilian agribusiness. | Video Production Company: Deck 16 | Modeling and animation: Perroud (LW7 + Max5).
"Steve" was the virtual MC in the training event for the Marketing Team of Gillette Brazil, in 2003. Above right, the approved rough of the character; it is the base of all modeling and setup process of the 3D version. To see other works like this 3D Cases. Post Prod. Co.: Deck 16 | Concept design and 3D modeling: Alessandro Perroud (LW7.5)
3D characters you are already familiar with. The good thing about these characters is that people tend to relate better and quicker to mascots, which makes it a good option when it comes to engaging a specific audience. In addition, it is a good fun for businesses to have their bosses, managers, directors and so on caricatured. It makes the presentations far more interesting when a virtual MC does it. Literally, they were born to do it.
The Virtual Woody (Brazilian actor) The virtual Woody was developed based on photographs of the real actor, Mr. Woody. Both virtual and real actors shared the stage in a big event for J&W Informatica Co., in August 2004. Client: J&W Informatica / Agency: Deck 16.
Great for presentations and catalogues. Non-existing, hard to show objects or internal components can be easily added to virtually any media, including online interactive applications.
BioGuard Pool Acid carton, designed as reference for print artwork.
Bosch system, designed for product launching. Medical render studies
Great for places that either don't exist (yet) or are just hard to reach.