Over the years, I have modeled a lot of things that have nothing to do directly with any customer. Below is a selection of these.
The past year has been tough for many. Some parts of the job market have been hit hard by Covid. However, this does not include my line of business. I have not noticed any difference, so I have been lucky. Lucky in a double sense, because I work from home.
So I thought I would show you what my workplace looks like.
Canon EOS 5D.
I was given the task of doing a project with a visualization of a photo studio. I spent more time with the camera than anything else, as I liked it (on my own time, of course). Put here in a completely different context in a completely different scene.
Dodge Challenger modified.
One of the nicest muscle cars of all time, in my opinion. When I made these, Dodge had not yet relaunched the Challenger. The model is slightly modified compared to the original to give it a little more umpf. Unfortunately, there has been no decoration yet, hence the very tinted windows. In the future, maybe…
This car is loosely based on and inspired by the sickly good-looking Lamborghini Aventador. Very loose. The imagination sets the limits when it comes to projects like this. Here I actually started on an interior design, even an engine has been started. The environment in the last picture is the entrance to the Ritz Carlton in Hong Kong.
I have always been interested in interior design. That’s why it has become a bit like that over the years. It’s fun to visualize how you would like to live.
Hear the violin.
This project actually started like so many other projects with me modeling something fun. In this case, it was Beats by dr Dre that can be seen in the picture. Then the imagination drifted away a bit…
iCandy och iScream.
We all know that Apple has a tendency to add one in front of its product names. So I was going to play with it a bit and make a music player with the accompanying speakers.
CG Market Patterns.
This was part of a logo. The words Market Patterns were added later in another program by someone else. If you look a bit quickly at the image, you may not be able to see that it is actually a C and a G.
The real santa.
Ok, now you might think the Santalooks weird. But according to Swedish tradition, Santa is small and often dressed in gray or similar. The red, large Santa with a white beard was actually made up by Coca Cola.
This image was intended for Rolf Berg Keramik AB, as a background image. Made in 3d and post produced to make it look more like a canvas painting. It was never used as far as I know.