Andersen EV develops and delivers contemporary, durable and discreet electric car charge points for the discerning home owner. They contacted me in 2017, and I've been delivering 3D visuals of their product for about a year now. The first image below here is taken with a custom backplate and HDRI, location Nesøya just outside Oslo. Together with a good friend and colleague of mine (Christoffer Rognseth), we went out to this location to capture the lights and backplate.
The second image is the same location as above, with the same HDRI. For the backplate, the camera was put at the location of the tesla above, and taken in the opposite direction. Surrounding close gometric assets are from turbosquid and includes the stone wall, plants and the car. The charge point and connector was supplied by the customer, while I modeled the cable, car socket and rendered the scene.
This third image is full CGI (clay image further down), with geometry resources from Evermotion. Charge point box is from the customer, as well as the connector. The socket in the car, as well as the cable was modeled by me and all put together in KeyShot.
Andersen EV wanted a minimalistic sleek looking configurator for their website, and below you can find the content created. The first image here is cut from their webpage, while all the variances can be found in a video below.
This last point includes is a selection of thumbnails they wanted for their blog.