These renders were completed as part of a university project called ‘design pathways’ – The brief was to learn a new piece of design related software independently and apply it in a professional setting. This involved researching software(s) in our chosen field, developing our skill using it over 200 hours, and acquiring client(s) to produce work for using our chosen piece of software. The software I chose to learn was Maxon Cinema 4D (A 3D motion graphics, animation, and rendering software) and during the process I also picked up on Clo3D (a virtual fashion design software) and Octane Render (a GPU based render engine for Cinema 4D). My client was Sterkur Outdoors, an up and coming apparel company based in the UK and pictured below is a selection of renders of their two colourways. Click the button at the bottom to see the full assignment report.