As the project nears its end, I have begun producing final renders of the enclosure design, to communicate the concept. This also includes naming the product, writing a strap-line, and creating a theme to provide a cohesive and professional aesthetic throughout the collection of images/pages.
Most of these will illustrate the functionality of the enclosure to the user, but some may simply be used to format the primarily text based pages and provide a visual element.
Due to the ‘final’ nature of these renders, I aim to make them far better quality than development iteration renders, using depth of field, aswell as applying a texture map that emulates the appearance of 3D printed layers (sampled below).
The finished renders will be used (along side images of the prototype) in a future blog post, to explain the final concept, but will also be added to my general portfolio to be shown to potential employers.