Jam Petrochemical Company Documentary Animation

Format: Full 3D
Role: Generalist TD
Type: Documentary Animation
Year: 2017
Autodesk 3D's Max
Adobe After Effects
Adobe Premiere
Jam Petrochemical Company Animation
Jam Petrochemical company documentary animation
Agency: Bluejay Production House
Client: Jam Petrochemical Company
Supervisor & Composite TD: Mehdi Ghezelloo
3D Assets, Lighting & Rendering: AhmadReza AfsharMoghadam
Storyboard: Hossein BayatiFard
Character TD, Animation & Rendering: Parham Salamati
Render Farm: Simorq Render Farm Solutions

Jam Petrochemical Company is a high capacity petrochemical producer based in Iran. It is also among the largest producers of petrochemical products around the globe. So making documentary videos concerning self-protection for employees is of critical importance to reduce work accident tragedies as much as possible.

Project Management

Jam Petrochemical documentary animation was a contract project managed and produced through Bluejay Production House's CEOs Mehdi Qezelloo & AhmadReza AfsharMoghadam.

The project however needed to be split in two main parts to meet the required deadline. So all the scenes containing Motion Graphics & Static Environments was to be done by Bluejay Production House, And the rest of the shots including Character Animation & Cloth Simulation to be handled by me as a freelance job.


Hossein Bayatifard is one of the best storyboard artists I know in the industry. He's also an old friend of mine (which is a bless) whom did a great job illustrating what would the final animation be like.

JPC Animation Storyboard
Jam Petrochemical Company documentary animation storyboard

Character Design

The story needed 7 characters: Three engineers, Two medical assistants, and Two firefighters, And we were on a tight deadline.


So I decided to outsource a general male body so we could have a base mesh in Four days, and tweak that general base mesh to generate all Seven characters. That would reduce the uv unwrap & rigging times and cost up to seventh of what would normally be.

Medical Assistances

Base mesh design was done by a nice friend of mine Tohid Razavi so I could generate the whole characters based on, and the clothes were created by my talented wife Shabnam Esfandiari to complete the process.



We were on a very tight deadline and everything should've been done in about Forty days. So I had to layout the scenes as fast as I could, and animate each shot's characters so Shabnam could simultaneously put the cloth simulations to work and give me realtime feedback on any coming-up errors.

Scene Layouts

The final animation has been accessible through JPC's official Aparat account. you can also see the Bluejay Production House's official portal for more information.

JPC Documentary Animation

To see more of Shabnam's amazing work on fashion industry, check out her Cloyara Fashion Official portal.

You can also check out Hossein Bayatifard's Instagram page here to see more of his awesome works.