Building out the global LG motion mnemonic was one of our favorite projects of the year. Any project under John Doyle's creative direction guarantees a killer concept brought to life.Read More
DLink making it a better place to play online games. Thanks to Carissa Blegen from DLink on getting us in there and producing a cool piece to show this router off.Read More
We're stoked to have a render of our Corvette Stingray featured in the latest issue of 3DTotal's 3DCreative Magazine.Read More
Big thanks to our past and present [rG] clientele. We couldn't have made it this far without you!Read More
Thank you Trick Pony Productions for throwing this project our way. They were asked to produce a CG project and they came to us to get it done, much appreciated.Read More
It's always been a blast working with Tommy Campagne, Marketing Manager for Verizon Wireless, so when he approached us to help out with a Casio campaign with the one and only Courtney Conlogue, we immediately said, "Oh, Heck Yes!"Read More
We wanted to send out a big THANK YOU to all the people who came out for rG’s 2012 FREVELRY Event. Related Grey is only as good as the people and companies that have supported us throughout the years.
Several months back, Related Grey had the amazing opportunity to develop a full-scale visual campaign for the Fiat ABARTH lead by John Doyle.
We were offered the chance to do a job for an Australian mountain bike race. Cape to Cape MTB is a four-day mountain bike race through the south west region of western Australia. Our Client Darren McCaughey was the videographer for this race and he came to us to demonstrate peoples travels from all over the world to get to the race.
Isaiah and Rich decided to collaborate on an automotive project photographing real locations for background, capturing the high dynamic range data to match and lighting Isaiah’s latest NSX model in HDR-LightStudio.
This scene was modeled to feature vegetation and architectural design. A 3D vegetative landscape created completely from scratch then, animated, modified, and textured. Every detail, from each tree to plant, was placed individually to generate a realistic motion sample that would showcase another one of our capabilities.