Print CGI Professionals
Photographers, re-touchers and CGI artists use modo for print ads, illustrations, infographics, signs and posters.
Product Designers and 3D Visualization Specialists use modo for quick ideation of product concepts and also for downstream rendering of engineering data for online and printed catalogs, product configurators, technical manuals and production of a wide variety of marketing materials.
Package Designers rely on modo for food, beverage and consumer products package design. Package designs are one of the most popular types of imagery submitted in our image Gallery.
AEC industry Architects, Engineers and Contractors in the building trade use modo to create interior and exterior renderings of proposed projects for client approval, public review, and marketing of commercial and residential properties.
Game Developers Modelers, level designers and texture artists all use modo to create realistic and yet lightweight assets for use in games and other real-time environments. Games programmers and tool specialists choose modo for its inherent customizability and natural scriptability.
Film and Broadcast Professionals VFX Specialists, post-production houses, texture artists and modelers use modo to create CGI content for broadcast and film, including 3D props, scenes, characters, backgrounds, credits and logos.
What about Hollywood? And Soho? Come on! Yes, modo is also used by many of the “big studios” as well as in post production and effects houses worldwide. Why do they use modo, when they can literally use anything they want? One reason: their artists bring it in.