I create 3D CGI visuals using the amazing Blender.
I can either work from your 2D print artwork (preferred) or I can re-create it for you.
If I already have a generic model I can use for your pack (can, tube, pot, carton) then you only pay for pack set-up and a render.
If you have a bespoke size pack format then I charge a one-off fee for the modelling but this remains your asset.
For e-commerce pack visuals I can set up a small virtual studio so that all your packs are rendered the same and have the same brand style look and feel across your website. A new product added many months after still has the exact same feel.
Creating a new, more personal, sub-brand for Green People CV. Working with my (partnered) design company – burst* – Green People founder Charlotte Vøhtz asked us to create a brand that would become the new identity of the Age Defy+ range. Being in control of the design and the artwork means I have all the assets to quickly visualise the product and packaging for marketing and e-commerce use.
I create packaging artwork for print. I am a creative artworker so I work with brand designers to realise the essence of the brand and design to the printed pack on shelf or in the hand.
For many years designers in London agencies or brand owners have trusted me to create artwork for their products. The trick is to maintain the exciting approved design concept when applied to the restricted world of (often 4 colour) print. Creative artwork is more than simply converting a file into a printable document.
I can help with, for example, a one-off small label project, a new range to an existing brand, to a multi sku rollout of a large range re-design.
I have a special rate for new startup brands needing support to get their new products realised.
You can use me as you need me, daily, hourly on project based work or a regular commitment. If you use me regularly you will benefit from me understanding your workflow, brand(s) and way of working, so a more efficient process.
Please get in touch if you would like to know more about I can help.
This project was a self created 3D CGI for learning how to craft the detail in Blender. The small and fine text on the labels and the different materials mean it is a good example of how CGI may be easier to control for e-commerce product shots than a photograph.