3D Visualisation – On The Fly
I construct a 3D model using only photographs and THEN redesign the interior. Have I mentioned how awesome 3D Visualisation is? Yea, I think I have.
An Unexpected (SketchUp) Treat
Yes, I’m talking about about my new super-duper, awe-inspiring, drop-dead gorgeous SketchUp T-shirt!
3D Visualisation Challenge – Ideal Home Magazine
I like setting myself challenges. These little exercises help me to sharpen my 3D modeling/visualisation skills; they keep me motivated and feed my all consuming interest in Architectural Visualisation.
SketchUp Tutorial – Circles and Segments
Quick SketchUp tutorial on editing the number of segments for a circle.
The One and Only SketchUp
I’ve never professed to being a SketchUp ‘expert’. I’m far from it (but my mate, Dave is. He’s freakin awesome. Hi Dave! Check out some of his awesomeness here). But I’m definitely not a ‘beginner’, so I guess I’m at an ‘intermediate’ level. There’s lots of functions within the SketchUp interface that I’ve still […]
SketchUp Models Vol II
I’ve had a little rummage in my ever expanding (and slightly out of control) SketchUp folder on my trusty laptop and have a few little gems for anyone out there who may be interested.
3D Visualisation Project – Homebase
I recently dived into the Homebase website and had to physically lift my chin from my biscuit coloured carpet when I saw the sparkly, edgy and downright fabulous interiors ‘stuff’ that graced my laptop screen.
3D Visualisation – Welcome to My Dream Office
If you, like me, work in an office, chances are you spend at least 8 hours a day in the blasted thing. If you’re unlucky, that means you spend A LOT of time sitting looking at scuffed walls that are in desperate need of a repaint.
Fifty Shades of Grey – Saucy 3D Visuals
What happens when you have a 3D Visualiser, who has a little bit of free time and is also a massive fan of the Fifty Shades of Grey novel?
My Biggest 3D Modelling Challenge To Date
I recently dipped my toes into foreign territory where my 3D Visualisation services are concerned and had the pleasure of collaborating with the Creative Director of The Events Mill to produce 3D visuals for an impending event in London.
It’s 2D but Not As We Know It
I’ve been playing around with Adobe After Effects and whilst this piece of (astounding) kit has many bells and whistles, it can be extremely daunting for someone self-taught like me to use it and actually produce something interesting and credible.
3D Visual Hall of Fame
When you’re a ‘creative’ type and have started to amass a (sort of) collection of works, it’s nice to take a little bit of time out from your hectic schedule to revisit previous projects and reflect, ponder and bathe in the fuzzy warmth of nostalgia.
3D Visualisation Service – The Process Explained
I thought it would be interesting to write a post explaining the process of how I create 3D visuals for my clients; from the moment I’m commissioned to undertake a new project, to the creation of the final presentation.
Glass Appreciation Society – New Members Welcome
My most recent 3D Visualisation commission, whilst slightly labour intensive highlighted a very important lesson when trying to aim for that all elusive photo-real effect…
R is for Recognition
When you get an email from Maxwell Render asking if you’d like to have your work featured on their website, it’s a pretty special occasion.
My Grand Journey Part II
It gives me great pleasure to show all of my lovely followers and readers the finished 3D Visuals, that were used in Grand Designs Live 2014.
SketchUp Models Vol I
This is a first for me, I don’t usually upload my SketchUp models to the 3D Warehouse because I’m ferociously protective of them. Yes, I do realise how ridiculous that sounds but hey, I am what I am!
Pushing the Boundaries of 3D Visualisation
Consider this my very first ‘photography’ exhibition. These spaces and their design elements do not exist. But they are very real in my mind.