Our sister site, TV Set Designs dot Com, focuses only on the TV set design work we do (you may have figured that out by the URL). So far, we have gotten a great response about it, and it continues to be useful to us as well. It differs from this site in two main ways: One, it doesn’t have all that other stuff we do on it. Two, it has ballpark pricing for each piece that a broadcast company would use in it’s sets and backdrops.
What’s awesome about that? Set proposals prices can easily be ballparked for clients or employers without the usual back and forth of emails and requests. Within a few clicks, companies can find out what type of solution can fit their budget. For us, it’s great because we don’t have to bid out a job every time someone calls. We can just direct them to that site, and they can find what they need. At that point we bid it out and customize as needed for branding, studio size, and intended effect.
The reason I mention all this, is that I’ve just finished a few very nice renderings for that site’s products, and have decided to add them to the ‘renderings’ section on this site. Most likely, I will also be cleaning up the renderings section here a bit, as some of them are starting to look a bit dated.
Here are some of the new renderings: