I've been drawing and 3-dimensionally modeling some ideas. These don't exist...yet.
This is a collection I designed inspired by the Mini Moke--a type of Mini-cooper created for the army. However, the car was very impractical and became an iconic vehicle used by hippies in California.
The combination of the utilitarian style and concept of the car with the life philosophy of the people that ultimately used it inspired this collection to be both whimsical and structured.
These were all designed using Matrix software.
Step one of my 3-D modeling journey began here, in my first computer aided design class for jewelry and objects.
Here is where I learned how to use Rhino and Keyshot.
Further advances in 3-D modeling were made in an advanced cad class.
Here are examples of work made and rendered in Matrix.
These were simple exercises to master the techniques and tools available in Matrix.