3D Product Modeling and Rendering a Radio

3D Product Modeling and Rendering a Radio with surface modeling technique.

We modeled this beautiful radio based on the real product ICF-P36 Portable AM/FM Radio by Sony company.

3D Product Modeling and Rendering a Radio

Here are some 3D Product Rendering images of the radio we modeled before.

3D Product Modeling and Rendering a Radio

As we mentioned before, Renderingline modeled and rendered This radio According to the real product that Sony company presenting.

As is obvious, you can order this well-designed radio on the Amazon website.

In the bellow part, you see that we gathered staggered four rendered images of the modeled radio.

Obviously, we rendered these images on a simple background.

As you may know These kinds of images with a white or transparent background are so popular for 3D product Rendering.

 

Radio Modeling and Rendering

some technical info about the project:

Here is some technical info for those who are curious about the process.

We created this model using a fantastic 3D software with the name of Cinema 4D.

For UV mapping we used RizomUV that is the best software for UV mapping.

Now that our model has its UV map, now it’s time to start the texturing process. I think everyone knows that the texturing is very, very important, and can have a lot of effect on the final results.

Substance Painter without any doubt is our chosen software for texturing products.

After texturing, the rendering process can start. We used Keyshot for rendering the radio 3D model. Keyshot is the best 3D rendering software for 3D Product Rendering cases.

3D Product Modeling and Rendering a Radio

In the part below, you can see images taken from the final model inside of Cinema 4D.

It is obvious the model has completely clean topology, it means, the object modeled in a correct way without any error. (It is important to have a clean topology in the texturing and animation process.)

process of Modeling a Radio

Radio Modeling and Rendering

The complete 3D model of radio has 23,010 polygons.

As you can see in the images below, when we subdivided the model, no error or problem created.

We created a neat advertising animation for this product that we will upload on the Renderingline YouTube channel.
We will make a 3D product animation post of that on our site as well.

its the end of 3D Product Modeling and Rendering a Portable AM/FM Radio post.

Peter Lendzki

Peter Lendzki

Peter Lendzki is a CG Artist and Founder of Renderingline where provides 3D Product Rendering and visualization services to people around the world.

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