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Rose City Textiles Interior Visualization

I have just completed a visualization for a proposed retail space modification for Rose City Textiles in Portland. Working with Rose City Textiles, I presented the space after combining their retail and warehouse spaces. This style of shopping seeks to … Continue reading

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Childcare Retrofit

I recently completed a design and animation for a leadership class team at a national insurance company. The team was tasked with identifying an area of their building they wanted to change and craft those changes. The team wished to … Continue reading

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Character Animation and Walk Cycles

My final project for my animation class this term was to create a 30 second walk cycle for a character. My initial thought for this project was to do an octopus. Knowing I had other projects on my plate this … Continue reading

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To Catch A King

My latest class project was to animate a conflict between two or more chess pieces. I chose a theme of classic adventure movies. Keeping with chess conventions, the Queen is the strongest piece on the board and is doing all … Continue reading

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The need to create

Sometimes the need to create is simply overwhelming. During this process of learning two new programs, Maya and SketchUp, I have often felt frustrated and stymied by my inability to create images the way I’m used to. This weekend I … Continue reading

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Architecture Modeling in SketchUp

Over the last two weeks, I’ve had an assignment to model a piece of architecture that is important to me in some way. I chose to model Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. Not only is this a great example of FLW’s … Continue reading

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Modeling a Chair in Maya

After getting an Associate’s Degree from Walla Walla Community College in Civil Engineering Technology and working for the US Army Corps of Engineers for 3 1/2 years, I have gone back to school to finish my Bachelor’s Degree. I am … Continue reading

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