Time saving free conceptual design service helps both TV & Film set construction and experiential marketing agencies to have 3D walk through versions of their designs. This leads to time and cost saving
January 15, 2013 (Newswire) - For TV & Film production designers and PR / marketing agencies it is useful to have a walk through version of a set design available in pre production, this can save time and money. U.K set designers Scruffy Dog Ltd are offering a free conceptual design service utilising the latest computer design software.
Companies can benefit from submitting their concepts to the Scruffy Dog team receive the 3D design to present to clients and know that the final production will exactly replicate the design.
For marketing and PR agencies it is the opportunity to see designs for experiential marketing stands and props before committing to construction.
The move means Scruffy Dog are the only U.K company supplying free conceptual design visuals. Having worked with some of the biggest brands in entertainment like 20th Century Fox on a re creation set for the anniversary release of Titanic, Nickleodeon, Netflix and Samsung.
Many leading agencies choose Scruffy Dog to build their experiential and field marketing stands for their activity The results have been in use in both London and New York recently.
The company has learned the value of providing high spec designs which exactly match the finished production.
Scruffy Dog has already seen the financial benefits for clients saving time and money on important TV & Film set design / construction projects.
Founded in 2009 the company has grown from 2 staff in a London warehouse unit to over 15 staff in 2012 the company expanded into a new 10,000sq ft workshop facility which houses the company HQ, design studio and team of craftsmen
The workshop includes the latest CNC tools and facilities. The free conceptual design is available for TV & Film set projects and for experiential marketing stands.
Contact the Scruffy Dog Ltd team directly for more details of the service.