A Glitchy Subject

A Glitchy Subject

A tale of controversy, raging hormones and a Showreel.

Breezy, Modern Kitchen Anyone?

Breezy, Modern Kitchen Anyone?

I was recently tasked with the responsibility of producing a photo-real 3D visual of a modern kitchen design: it was fresh, modern and full of charm.

3D Visualisation Animation – Ideal Home Magazine

3D Visualisation Animation – Ideal Home Magazine

I decided to illustrate how 3D Visualisation can TRULY bring a design concept to life.

3D Visualisation – FAQs

3D Visualisation – FAQs

I receive a lot of emails from peeps considering a career in 3D Visualisation or who are new to the industry. They ask me lots of general questions that range from useful resources when trying to learn this skill, to details on the software I use and everything in between. So, without further ado, take […]

An Unexpected (SketchUp) Treat

An Unexpected (SketchUp) Treat

Yes, I’m talking about about my new super-duper, awe-inspiring, drop-dead gorgeous SketchUp T-shirt!

How to be Creative with Your Interior Images

How to be Creative with Your Interior Images

Sometimes it’s nice to take a step away from the precision and accuracy of photo-real and experiment with different (creative) effects.

That Time I Exploded an Anglepoise

That Time I Exploded an Anglepoise

When you’re as passionate and obsessed about your ‘craft’ as much as I am, you find yourself going to extreme lengths to try and encourage others to view it in a similar light. Now, that doesn’t mean I walk the streets clutching my laptop, flashing…images of my work to innocent passersby.

How to Create a Digital Concept Board

How to Create a Digital Concept Board

I share my top tips when creating digital concept boards.

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

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.

The Seedy World of the 3D Visualiser

The Seedy World of the 3D Visualiser

To honour my obsession with Ryan Gosling I’ve undertaken some essential and very thorough research (stalking). I even put my Photoshop skills to good use by creating a fantasy world where Ryan took me to red carpet events…

3D Visualisation Service – The Process Explained

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

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

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.

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.

Brushing Up On Photoshop

Brushing Up On Photoshop

Becoming newly acquainted with Photoshop can usually be broken down into 3 separate stages of development. The first stage requires effective utilisation of deep breathing techniques, regular comfort breaks, and determining that your general state of anxiety is the result of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome. Naturally, all of the above will have occurred before you’ve even determined how to […]