I build 3D models and scenes from sketch to full 3D animation that can be used in posters, wallpapers, book covers, web sites, magazines, animations, and interactive flash projects.
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About this project:
Coffeemakers are cooking appliances used to brew coffee without having to boil water in a separate container. The very first machine for making espresso coffee was built and patented by Mr. Angelo Moriondo of Turin, Italy. A steam-driven unit operates by forcing water through the coffee by using steam or steam pressure. An espresso machine can be Steam-driven, Piston-driven, Pump-driven and so on. Here I created a Futuristic Espresso Machine Concept, in a 3d rendered scene, with a few post processing adjustments to the colors. It combines the cup and the coffee machine. The coffee machine or the Sci Fi Espresso machine, has two main parts, one for fine processing of the coffee beans, where the coffee is enhanced with different flavors, the final product being then passed through a spiral, to take some air :) , and then it goes to the main body of the 3D coffee maker, where the coffee gets its final taste. The futuristic 3D coffee maker has an angel like (or maybe just a lady with wings) part not just for aesthetic reasons, but it is also a functional part of my 3D coffee maker - see all that tubes. What's its role? Imagine yourself :)
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There are different reasons why you should need a 3D model/animation. Maybe you have an idea for a new product and need to be able to show people what it is going to look like before you are able to build it, and in this way impress them, or maybe you just need a great realistic 3D model or 3D animation to demonstrate something that cannot be easily explained with words. Perhaps you only need to surpass your competitors and prove your professionalism and accuracy by using the most effective 3D scenes and models. Whatever your reason, I can help!
Your potential customers don’t know you're there, unless you tell them. "How" you tell them can make all the difference between appearing as a professional or an amateur. Remember that first impression matters and making a good first impression starts with good design.
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If you need some inspiration regarding this topic - 3D Coffeemaker or Espresso Machine you can check out this very cool links! Here you can find a futuristic model, here you have a pretty old style vintage one and here, a simple and clean coffe maker