Salesforce comes to us every year and asks us to create new “generic” 3D devices to frame their products on Salesforce.com along with various Billboards. Because of this we have to deliver all renders in 6K layered Photoshop files that allows them to swap the screen content on the fly and not lose things like reflections etc. The devices has to remain “generic” but still recognizable. My task on this project for the past 3 years have been everything from 3D to carefully layering the final Photoshop file for maximum flexibility allowing the designers at Salesforce to change things like background color and screen content as they please.

All these images were made in Maya, Rendered with VRay and composited using After Effects and Photoshop.

Here’s a range of scenarios from Scalesforce.com along with some of my clean renders:

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My name is Adam. I'm a Photographer, Designer, Creative Director, Pretend film maker, Storyteller and coffee drinker. I like to laugh and watch kittens do adorable people things on youtube. I take pictures of pretty much anything and everything and put them on my blog. thanks for stopping by and dont forget to subscribe and leave a note, read my blog and follow my everyday do do's.