France (PRWEB) February 11, 2005
Fierri, a prolific painter, commercial artist and designer, has introduced the revolutionary concept of virtual fashion models, changing the way designers, advertisers and couturiers approach the art of fashion. A top European fashion company has already signed up FierriÂs virtual models for use in its advertisements.
ÂWhen much of todayÂs design work in fashion is done virtually, there is no reason why we should not extend the virtual environment to modeling as well,Â says Fierri. ÂMy virtual models bring numerous advantages and benefits to the industry, and there is certainly a vast market for them around the world.Â
FierriÂs models (showcased in the ÂDollzÂ section of his web site, http://www.fierri.com) stand out for their supreme realism, textured and shaped with an eye for detail and a passion to dedication. Using his virtual development process, Fierri can fabricate models from any angle, of any ethnicity, even custom-designing certain body details to suit specific design considerations.
Already the benefits of FierriÂs unique concept of virtual models can be seen. Replacing the use of a real top model will save designers enormous costs, not only in model fees but also photographer fees and studio equipment. The hours of Photoshop modifications to real photographs can also be avoided. Designers have access to a wider range of choices of models as well, constructed if needed to their specifications.
ÂThis is really the first time that anybody has experimented with virtual models, and already the possibilities are limitless,Â says Fierri. ÂAs the fashion industry advances technologically and explores its own potential, there is no doubt that virtual models will be the way of the future.Â
About Fierri Art On Demand:
Arnaud Legoux is a painter, illustrator, designer and multimedia artist. LegouxÂs brand, Fierri, engages in conceptual art and design, illustration and multimedia entertainment, developing unconventional artistic products of high quality. Arnaud Legoux has worked with global corporations, balancing corporate design work with the more intimate surroundings of clubs and restaurants. For more information, please visit http://www.fierri.com.