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Service de table - GOLD AWARD WINNER IDEA 2005 - DESIGN EXPLORATION
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Scott Snowboard Helmet
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EVOQ CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT
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3D model of a computer housing - This was a fast model done to explore some forms.
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Luge Concept - This luge concept was inspired by Thunder Bird 2, the client had requested a wow effect. Given the twin sheet molding technology to be used, it was possible to utilize the natural spring of the material to create a suspension system within the pivoting skis.
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This was my Thesis back in 1999. Opticore visited the place I worked and wanted some 3D assets, but nobody would give them anything. I gave them this. I found out the other day it's been shipping with the package for the past ten years. Fancy that!
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Earlly touring concept sketch - I was not happy with the front end so I've since improved that. This concept car will be an expression of where I'm at today without any customer input. I have started to make this in Alias and plan to go to town on it. I want to have something that sits high and has SUV clearance but with a low overall stance. A sports touring car that won't be destroyed on the speed bumps in any given city. The door line is a function driven shape. I'll attempt to keep it as pure as I can.
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Earlly concept for Scott Profile Helmet - This concept was done in the earlly stages of the project. Done very quickley with a basic no frills screen grab and some quick SID work in Alias. A little dark shadow here and there to take care of details I had not yet added in the surface work.
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Client wanted a "wow" effect on a single sheet luge toy. I made this with one single square surface in Alias and put some flexible areas at the rear for "turning" (good luck turning, but I thought it'd be fun). This model took about 30 mins to make given the approach of the single surface.
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Did this with Studiotools sketch tools. Again trying to keep it loose for speed.
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I did this back in 2001 for Magna Internationals R&D group. The design was to carry technology proposals, while not looking like any of the other car companies.
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I was tired of looking at shiney surfaces so I tried to get away from it with some good old space/miltary battered materials.

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