The 3D mockups are models commonly used to design structures of architecture, sculpture, engineering, interior design, among others. Mockups
can be static models or 3D animations that help you visualize a particular structure of several different angles.
3D Mockup of a store (visualization inside the store, close to the entrance).
3D Mockup of a store (visualization inside the store, near the back of the store).
3D Mockup of a store (aerial view of the store).
The main purpose of the 3D mockups made by us is mostly the visualization of the structure in question, that is, giving the customer a clearer perception
of the appearance of the structure. Our 3D mockups can be created alone or in collaboration with licensed professionals (architectural, engineering, etc.),
however, it is important to bear in mind that our 3D mockups do not replace the work of this professionals (like for example, an architectural project
created by an architectural office).
3D Mockup of a store entrance.
3D Mockup of a store. Rendered with a celshading effect (ideal for faster renders and a good 3D visualization of the structure).
The 3D models created for video games differ from the rest in the number of polygons they contain,
usually being "Low Poly" models, which means that they have a lower number of polygons. Thus,
the models are lighter and therefore more suitable for video games, as rendering and loading times will be reduced,
both while the video game is being created and when it is being used by the end user. In this way,
models with less polygons increase the performance of a video game and help to allow the computer systems where they will "run" to have lower minimum requirements.
The creation of 3D models is in many cases associated with the creation of Concept Art,
which is about designing specific characters and sceneries in a specific context, usually associated with the entertainment industry.
3D animations are used for the most varied purposes: advertising, cinema, video games, documentaries and even in the most diverse
areas of knowledge such as architecture, medicine, engineering, etc. This is due to the fact that 3D animations as well as 3D models
can be used to design a building, visualize the decoration of an establishment, or even observe certain aspects of the human body
and many other issues related to several areas.
Animation of the walking cycle of a dinosaur (Spinosaurus). Feel free to see the full screen video by clicking in the bottom right button.
Animation of the walking cycle of a dinosaur (Parasaurolophus). Feel free to see the full screen video by clicking in the bottom right button.
3D Animation of a children's short film created with a celshading effect, in other words, it's a simulation of a cartoon effect.