Made these 3D lego-objects as props for a CGI illustration for a friends firstborn's birth card. Ah man, it sure is tempting to go a create some lego stuff right now having all these virtual bits 'n pieces lying around. Best of all, I wouldn't have to clean up afterwards.
My latest work in progress. I'm taking on another wild cat in my sparetime. The most beautiful Group C racer of all time if you ask me. Quite successful at the time (early nineties) as well.
Pretty much feels like I've started modelling this one back in 1989 when it actually raced itself into the historybooks of automotive sport winning the 24h of Le Mans & Daytona. Challenging model, but what an amazing machine. Loved spending time on it. Tempted to give the XJR14 a go now, or a McLaren M6, oeh, maybe a Sauber C11, or a Ferrari 512M... Ah crap, so little time to play...
THOMAS & FRIENDS
DIESEL TRAIN MODEL
Little bit of fun and games for my little man. One of his favourite characters from the Thomas & Friends series. Fun object to model and an opportunity to test out some new studio light setups.
Found this little beauty parked outside our door one day. Probably one of the silliest cars ever created back in the eighties. However, pretty frickin' genius nowadays. My son loves this little stroke of genius so I made him a 3D-model of it in my sparetime. Pretty sweet, no?
This is a testrender I've ran after I had finished a fussball-themed editorial illustration for the AD REM publication. I love this scene. I would love to explore deeper into this one soon, as I like the potential...
NEW YEAR CARD
As tradition goes, every year around the end of November the requests for new year cards designs drop in. I've been doing these for Cosmolift for a few years now. This is the 2016 edition.
Every year, I'm asked to do a series of print outings that announce the annual fundraiser party for a special school that helps out children that struggle wiith any sort of behavioral disorder. This year's theme: Something Blue, was somewhat of a challenge... Happy with the outcome though. I mean, this has to be the silliest 'something blue' you've ever come across?
BLUE MASTER PRODUCT
For their newest development: the Blue Master, Möhringer asked me to create their product brochure from scratch. As the elevator was still in it's prototype-stage at the time, all imagery was created with 3D-tools.
BLUE MASTER DESIGN
I was commisioned to develop and design the interior design brochure for the Blue Master as well. Aim of the brochure: enabling customers to put their elevator car interior together through four pretty straight forward steps.
Polygon frenzy with this modelling job. Made a dozen of these 3D models of latex foam matrasses and pillows for this Belgian firm which is one of IKEA's main suppliers. Challenging modelling job at times, I can assure you.
Birth card for our third child. When Polly was diagnosed with a sizeable cyste during pregnancy, we decided Polly's birth card should be 'ball'-themed. As it turned out, what was diagnosed on the echo wasn't in fact a cyste but a rare applepeal intestinal atresia which required some extensive surgery. So the marble run unintentionally turned out to be spot-on! A challenging time, but we (Polly included) are fine now!
A completely different French fourwheeler this time around. Probably the last genuine Citroen for a brand with a great history. It's pretty much downhill from there on, if you ask me... They sure don't build cars like that anymore.
Cover illustration associated with this issue's main article about 'credible corporate communication'.
The great people @Chillafish asked me to model
their latest balance bike. By now our 3-year-old son is hooked on the prototype they've send me!
Another great product from this innovative belgian toy company.
Ghent-based advertising agency DVN asked me to create this visual for a set of POS-displays to equip the BMW dealer network.
Customisable elevator interiors are somewhat of the next best thing in the elevator business. To communicate this new concept, I was asked to create the leaflet and imagery. Pretty cool stuff.
For the Schindler 9500AE brochure I was asked to do some CG images on the safety features.
CG-Imagery for a folding seat leaflet.
A bit of fun and games for this issue's cover illustration: The do’s-and-don'ts when communicating in times of crisis: BP, lessons learned?
For the Ghent-based Schindler Dual Brand Cosmolift, I've recently redesigned all their product brochures. Most imagery incorporated in these brochures is CGI. The MRLFLEX is just one of their clever products.
Part of my interior decorating project, was this neat Grohe faucet. Great exercise and I was really happy with the simplicity of the mesh.
Another CGI cover illustration for the Ad Rem publication. This issue's main article subject: the effects of word of mouth through Twitter.
Speedmodelling exercise & excellent opportunity to optimize my studio lighting setup.
This issue's main topic: How corporations deal with rumours, gossip & urban legends?
A golden oldie from 2009. I still like looking back to this kinda stuff. For a modelling challenge over at the C4D-cafe forum, I modelled my oldest girl's balance bike from back then. A returning fascination so it seems.
Cute little red devil figurine to illustrate the main article about Belgian Football's pro-active communication strategy.
MIES VAN DER ROHE
One of my very first attempts back in the days at point-2-point-modelling with reference images. If only I knew back then what I know now. ;-) Nothing wrong with it though.
A shiny 3D-model of a Kitchenaid Artisan mixer dating from 2009, when I was really digging deep into modelling challenges.
Some crispy CGI Nic nacs for an article about the use of fonts in corporate communication.
Cover illustration to accompagny the main article about 'providing information to the population in times of crisis'.