We’ve written about LA production designer Ed Haynes before. Back in October 2011, we interviewed him to learn a more about his process and how he uses FormFonts 3D models in his workflow.
Ed grew up in a noble family of architects and interior designers. To be different, he went into set design, and his cannon of work ranges from theatrical set design, trade show booth design, restaurant concepts and interior design, and most recently – the Tesla Model S launch.
For our loyal subscribers like Ed, FormFonts will make 3D SketchUp models on demand. Ed requested the TESLA Model S, and we were happy to oblige. Our world class 3D artist Gabriel Concha jumped at the challenge to model the beautiful electric vehicle.
Fig.1 – TESLA Model S – 3D SketchUp model made by request, for Ed Haynes, by FormFonts.com. (Regular readers will know that Gabriel has something of a transportation fetish).
Below are some renders of the TESLA event, courtesy of Ed Haynes. The first two images are of the MotorTrend Car of the Year unveiling at Skyline Studios in NYC, and the bottom image of the Hangar, was the reveal of the new Tesla Model X at the Tesla Design Studio in Hawthorn, CA.
Ed is currently working on “some fun retro concept renderings from Stella Artois for next year’s Sundance Festival, but I can’t release that until after the event.” We can’t wait to see those. We love this Belgian beer and of course, Marlin Brando…”Stell’AH!”
Check out Ed’s website Carbonmade, and thank you for being a valued FormFonts 3D Model subscriber.