Creating 3d models to showcase the usage of the Bailey Metal Products’ clip in construction. Collaborating with the Product Manager to develop the concept and fine-tune the 3d model. The graphic was used in educational pieces for both customers and employees. This was a set of 4 visualizations.
The Special Sections product line at Bailey Metal Products was languishing and needed to be revitalized.
Working with the new Product Manager for Special Sections, we decided to drive home a singular value proposition that is the most salient for the product line/service. The company wanted to emphasize its ability to make different shapes out of steel to create a custom product for the customer.
I worked on creating all the possible shapes that can be achieved with Bailey’s capabilities in Cinema4d. I created over 40 different digital assets to be used. On the Banner and point of purchase 12 of the most commonly requested custom steel products were featured. I then use Adobe InDesign to put them all together.
Combining both 3D and reality, I create a composite piece to show the installation of the product for the brochure. This was necessary as TrueDeck was a new product that had no high-quality installation images. This was the highlight of the brochure.
Bailey Metal Products launched a new innovative product. The Bent Tab Stud is upgraded from Steel Studs using steel framing in both interior and exterior building.
I created the 3D asset of the Bent Tab Stud to be used in various capacities from technical reports, brochures and Ads. The aim was to focus on simplicity and the stud itself. This was achieved using a black background to focus the attention on the Stud.
Made with Cinema4d, I absolutely love the program. It’s a great program to use to start creating 3D assets. I created this onion as part of a 3D Subreddit, where they encourage users to create to their heart content.