VISUALIZATION - INTERIORS

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VISUALIZATION - OUTDOOR EVENTS

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VISUALIZATION - VIRTUAL SETS

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VISUALIZATION - INTERIORS

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VISUALIZATION - LIVE EVENT SETS

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ILLUSTRATION - ICONS

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ILLUSTRATION - FOOD

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VISUALIZATION - INTERIORS

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VISUALIZATION - OUTDOOR EVENTS

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VISUALIZATION - VIRTUAL SETS

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VISUALIZATION - INTERIORS

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VISUALIZATION - LIVE EVENT SETS

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ILLUSTRATION - ICONS

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ILLUSTRATION - FOOD

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Visualization

Time was when you had a couple of options if you wanted a visual of something that doesn’t exist yet. You could draw it, sculpt it, or prototype it. Drawing is easy, but limited in its ability to show something convincingly. Sculpting and prototyping are expensive and time-consuming.

These days there’s another alternative: modeling and rendering electronically. Build the object, objects or entire scene as a set of data, and then render the result. This approach allows you to see your concept from any angle, in any light, or dropped into a photo of an existing place. Or, you can animate or fly through your new virtual scene.

I’ve been doing this kind of visualization for a range of clients for a number of years. I’ve built prototypes, vehicles, exhibits, events, and virtual sets.

From geometry to final rendering.

3D objects can be rendered from any angle, or animated.

Interior Spaces

If building an event set is expensive, then creating an interior space is even more so. I’ll work with architectural drawings, schematics, sample textures and whatever else you have to create a convincing rendering of your interior space.

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Virtual Sets

Sometimes my clients need an image of a space that doesn’t exist, and never will. These samples show virtual sets used in interactive educational materials.

A virtual set can be used just like a real one; we can place cameras at any point, light the set how we like, and even animate parts of the set to make it more immersive.

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Prototype Visualization

If you don’t need an entire space, you may still want to see objects prototyped, wrapped in custom art or skins, or simply presented in three convincing dimensions.

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Illustration

My background in traditional print includes doing illustration. Most commonly it’s vector art, which can scale to any size from small icons up to billboards. Commercial, educational, editorial, or technical; if you need a unique image, I can build it.