Stage 1

The first step is to scan the vechile which produces a dense mesh, the scan can be as accurate as 0.01mm if required. This model is generally very heavy and is used mostly for reference.

Alternatively we can use existing 3D or CAD data typical formats we can work with are; .mb .ma .iges .stp .cat .part .max .obj .3ds .lxo .lwo .fbx .sldprt .sldasm .slddrw .wire .stl and many more please contact us if your unsure.

Stage 2

The data is then used as a guide to create a high quaililty light weight mesh suitable for high resolution rendering. Particular attention is paid when modelling the mesh to ensure we produce high quaility surfaces which results in clean reflection lines. Addtional detail is added to mesh which wasn't captured in the scan or recieved in the CAD data such as number plates, interiors, accessories and addtional wheels etc. The car is then configured to what ever specification the client requiers.

Stage 3

Once the model is complete we apply materials, lighting and enviroments this creates the look and style the client has requested. From this point we are able to create a wide range of media from the digital vehicle, examples of the kinds of outputs we can generate can be seen in our gallery.