Mobile Crane

January 22, 2013

The goal of this project was to create a children’s toy that could be manufactured primarily using a CNC router. All of the parts (except for the wheels which are purchased from Lee Valley) can easily be cut from a 2.5′ x 5′ sheet of 12mm Baltic Birch plywood. The crane arm can rotate 360˚ and can lock at 3 different heights.







Cyberpunk Speedpaint

October 10, 2012

Here’s a quick environment painting done for a Computer Games course I’m taking this semester. Finished in about 2 hours. Done entirely in Photoshop CS4.


Various objects that will be used throughout the levels in Ironbelly Studios‘ upcoming game. Everything painted in Photoshop. Enjoy!


Coffee Table

April 20, 2012

Here is my furniture project from the beginning of the semester this year. Everything was constructed with solid ash, laminated together into beams and then cut into the appropriate lengths and angles. The tabletop is a sheet of 10mm glass that rests on top. Dimensions of the tabletop are 21 x 45 inches and the table is 15 inches tall.


Furnace Model Sheet

April 9, 2012

Made for the 3D modelers to work off of. This will be a key structure in the video game to be released by Ironbelly Studios.



February 22, 2012

A project from my Product Design class. The assignment was to create a razor handle in Rhino and prepare the file to be printed out in a 3D printer so we could hold and test our prototypes. The first 5 pictures are renders, and the last 2 are photos of the 3D print. I printed one with blue parts to indicate the soft-grip handles, while the other is a solid white form study that shows how the head attaches. Model was made with T-splines in Rhino and rendered in Octane.

Blood and Thunder!

February 7, 2012

Here is a painting I did of my friend’s character from World of Warcraft. Inspired by the art style of the Diablo 3 cinematic.

Happy New Year!

January 3, 2012

Hope everyone had a great Christmas and New Years! Here’s a painting showing those hoverbot minions working away in a hallway of some sort. This painting is the biggest I’ve ever done, about 7500 pixels wide! Entire thing was painted in CS4 with a quick Rhino model to help set up perspective.



December 9, 2011

Started this one a long time ago, just finished it up recently.


October 11, 2011


Another busy school year has started, and here is my first project from my product design class. We each had to design a podium that could fit a computer on it, be made almost exclusively from flat stock, be manufactured on a 3-axis CNC machine, and be built for under $500 (excluding labor costs). Here are some renders of the design I came up with. I’ll post a few of the technical drawings for it as well, but I won’t bother posting all of them, as some really aren’t that exciting to look at. Modeled in Rhino, rendered in Octane, post-processing in Photoshop. Illustrator was used for the technical drawings. Enjoy!