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Eagle | Modelling Design

BJ Creative started the artwork for this piece in a 2D environment so that the positioning could be perfect before we started to work on the models required. The Eagle was built in Blender and then exported as a model before being imported in to the scene. We worked heavily on the lighting conditions to get the correct shadows and reflections in the water, that were not overpowering but also created enough impression to question the reality.

The small touches for this design included the autumnal trees and the grass on the island for the background. We were also able to up the wave crests slightly for the water to give more dramatic effect.

The Final Design

Stamford Poster Design | BJ Creative


Artwork, 3D Renders, Stamford Design, Stamford

Initial Concepts

Starting with a blank canvas on this idea meant that a lot of learning could be made. We worked on the layout and framework design before we started on the actual pieces to go in the render. Getting the composition for the land mass and the water created the largest issues. The placement of the Eagle was always to be front right of the render and a lot of the detailed feathers could be hidden as the shadow helps mask the bulk.

One predefined idea in their head may not translate to the final artwork design, that they wish to use.

Design Fields

3D Render design: Blender, Vue X-Treme, Adobe Photoshop

Renders are a very easy way of showing a scene or an idea that is not real, or an angle that cannot be taken with your existing skills. The easiest way to find out if we can help you is to contact BJ Creative. From our base in Stamford, we are willing to travel to you for initial meetings and showing you the progress as you require.

However, if you are further afield, do not worry. BJ Creative has created renders for customers from many different places. 3D Modelling design is not limited by distance.

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