Virtual design and construction teams are quickly discovering the value that drone mapping brings to all stages of a construction project, including initial site survey and design, volume and elevation measurements and comparisons, and quality assurance. In a fraction of the time it takes to conduct a ground-based survey, a drone can automatically fly and […]
The landscape of Ecuador is littered with archaeological sites, important evidence of the country’s rich, complex history that spans from Paleoindian times all the way through to the Spanish conquest of the Incas. But a lack of resources means that there is still no accurate record of many of these sites. Documenting archeological sites through […]
Work Done and done! Both series have been completed and received back from the printers – even with enough time for me to start picking apart the design. Nevermind.
Work I’ve found myself struggling to come to terms with the modelling side of Maya this week. It really seems like we’ve entered a completely new world of CG. Obviously we could have spent a lot more time learning these concepts and in fact I probably would have preferred the semester to be weighted more […]
Inspiration After the relative ease of dealing with the dice last week, I looked at some architectural ideas for my modelling project. I have always been a fan of minimalist design, and the seemingly simple, geometric shapes of minimalist architecture sounded like a perfect direction for my project: simple, but if done well, very effective.
Thoughts I’ve found myself falling a bit behind this week after a dose of the flu, a few exciting new tests at the doctors and The Finders Keepers markets…
Work Work, work, work. I’m inching closer to having these two triptychs finished up now. The direction has changed a little for one of the series, but I think definitely for the better.