3D Animation Projects

Recent Works

1705 N American, PA, USA

Showcasing a new residential development in the city of Philadelphia, USA, designed by Atrium Design Group. Features include a courtyard cafe, a co-working space, a gym, a media room/bar, a terrace lounge bar, and a rooftop lounge. With minimal client direction, all of these spaces were styled with care, bringing the entire building to life for potential investors.


Realfeel completed this little animation for Evo Building & Lifestyle Products in a few short weeks. It features a roofing ventilation system called RapidRidge, which is unique in the market. Was a great opportunity for us to use some new tools to create a product showpiece that the client was ecstatic with.

“Working with Justin from Realfeel was a dream. He was able to fully understand our fairly complex product and produce a 3D animation that demonstrated and explained it perfectly. The process was very easy from start to finish, and Justin really went above and beyond to ensure we were entirely happy with the results. I highly recommend Realfeel, and will certainly be using them again for all my 3D animation needs.” – Carl Pronti

UTS Central, Sydney

Realfeel created this animation of the new $278 million UTS Central building, which features the exterior of the new Building 2 in context with the other new buildings and Alumni Green. It then shows the interior student lobby area, the awe inspiring Reading Room, and then the new underground Superlab.

This was our third animation project for UTS, and it got a remarkable reception from stakeholders and the public on social media.

UNSW Roundhouse, Sydney

Our latest 3D Animation (without audio) for UNSW in Sydney, Australia, showing the new design proposal for the Roundhouse building. Designed by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects, this re-development includes a new student lounge, an events space, and a bar lounge. The new Forecourt is designed by landscape architects Aspect Studios.

This animation project was completed by Realfeel in a matter of 6 weeks.

Maserati in Old Tramshed

A personal team project and a labour of love, this animation was an exercise in integrating 3D imagery with video footage. Shot on a Canon 5D MkII without any kind of camera stabilisation3D tracking and match moving was successfully achieved using Syntheyes. The 3D car was then lit and rendered with Vray and integrated with the footage afterwards in Nuke.

Lighting and reflections were achieved using the spherical HDR panorama shot on set.

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