3D modeling offers the benefit of seeing a brand or product in advance from any viewpoint. This piano is the focal point
of an upscale restaurant named Opus 9, featuring gourmet food, wine, fire, and live music.
The following series of seven renderings shows how a trademark mascot (praying mantis) 3D model, is visualized in a variety of surfaces for analysis, or materials for appearance, or lighting for display.
A formative wire frame, shows the exact shape in terms of numerical contours, which can then convert the model for interpretation in 3D printing or physical fabrication in CNC processes.
A 3D model can be rendered as a pen and ink illustration for simplicity, clarity, and presentation.
A ghosted wire frame, reveals the relationship between contours and surfaces.
Environment rendering shows the object in various reflective or matte surfaces.
Environment rendering can also depict an object in different materials: metal, plastic and glass.
Finally, any object can be shaded in colors, textures, and lighting specific even to geographic locations.