BEYOND the scope of this project, I used xpresso to rig the trailer's steering wheel so that I could set the front wheels to any position.
One of my favorite shots, but I forgot to turn the tree stems back on 😐😒.
UNDERNEATH THE CANVAS
we see here the optional temporary partition walls in medium and large sizes. Proposed to be made out of lightweight materials for easy transportation and portability around the exhibition area, they can provide easy, modular layouts. A sitting area is formed just outside the trailer entrance, right side of the image, with two sets of portable, cushioned row seats. Lighting and tables are also portable for setup needs.
In the distance you can see an open conference area with a black board and lamp.
shows the canvas and how the temporary walls can be erected to form modular meeting/conference areas. The walls can also section off areas underneath the canvas for product information zones, where associates can assist prospects.
The third floor of the trailer can be seen here with guard rails in place.
was for an exhibition layout using a large canvas around the trailer. The canvas, a three-piece setup, would allow for modular sections underneath for informational zones and product promotion areas, as well as areas for associates and clients to interact without being inside the trailer. Final renders were cleaned further. Below is the Trailer in the real world courtesy of Anderson Mobile Estates, without the modoular canvas.