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Aircraft carrier cutaway - Aircraft carrier CVN76 - USS Ronald Reagan for The Virginia Air and Space Center and Popular Mechanics Magazine.
Aircraft carrier 2 page spread - 3D model and render of the USS Reagan for
2 page Maxim Magazine spread.
Cutaway of the large Mining Trucks used at major mining operations for Shell Oil. The work was produced in 3D and is rotatable. The actual truck design had to be a compilation of designs used by the major manufacturers of these vehicles.
Cutaway detail - Mining truck for Shell Oil. Cutaway of the large Mining Trucks used at major mining operations for Shell Oil. The work was produced in 3D and is rotatable. The actual truck design had to be a compilation of designs used by the major manufacturers of these vehicles.
SSN-23 USS Jimmy Carter, Submarine - Artwork for 2 page Maxim magazine spread.
Cockpit of the F22 - Artwork for Interactive website for Curtiss Wright
M1A1 Tank - Interactive website art for Curtiss Wright.
Steam Locomotive - The Royal Hudson Steam Locomotive for Days of Steam package design (for Valley Games).
F22 spec sheet - from the F22 model produced for Curtiss Wright.
LCS - spec sheet produced from the 3D model created for Popular Mechanics Magazine.
Locomotive detail of the Kings Class locomotive for Steam Museum.
Saudi Dawn - an F15 lifts off over Saudi Arabia in the airbrush painting.
Seahawk Landing - Interactive website art for Curtiss Wright.
The Human Body - muscle groups
The Human Body - Acupuncture Meridian lines
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Technical Artwork

This is an introductory gallery of the Technical Feature illustration produced at Pat Turner Studios. It is a combination of the precision of technical drawing and the "wow" factor of full illustration. Represented here are a variety of clients and subjects that suit this style of rendering: machines, tanks, ships, trains, planes and automobiles . . . even the human body is a machine of sorts.

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Pat Turner
Designer / Illustrator / 3D modeler - Pat Turner... Vancouver, BC