Finally got to do some more work on this. I did this quick render but will probably spend more time playing with lighting and materials. Fun project that was supposed to be quick and simple and was not at all quick or simple.Read More
This is currently a work in progress.
Do you remember these babies? I was always a big fan of the Game Gear for it's back lit colour screen that seemed way ahead of GameBoy at the time. Who cares if it was twice the size, price, and needed 6 batteries for 2 hours of life.Read More
So I guess I model concept shoes now... totally cool with me.Read More
I made a silly cat for the event picture. It's slightly better than my last silly cat. If you are in Toronto, please come check out the event! It's at Otto's Bier Halle, 1087 Queen St W. at 8:00PM!Read More
MODO for Industrial Designers was the second iteration of the same class that was initially taught at Humber College. Students are introduced to the fundamentals of polygonal modeling and then follow a project-based learning structure with increasingly more complex assignments.Read More
In 2016 I started teaching MODO to Industrial Design students at Humber College in Toronto, Ontario. I had been using the software for several years and found it to be an incredibly powerful tool for industrial design and I wanted to share these skills with other like minded designers.Read More