The SCAFCO I-Stud Shaftwall System is used to enclose elevator shafts, stairwalls, air-return shafts, mechanical shafts, horizontal membranes and other non-protected floor openings in hotels, office buildings, hospitals, and other large buildings.
Here are some 3-D renderings I made for SCAFCO’s website and marketing materials.
A long hike up to the Grouse Tail Ridge Fire Lookout is worth it!
Made with Blender.
I was recently tasked with conceptualizing a restaurant with a view. The space needed to have tiered seating areas to allow all tables to be able to enjoy the view.
Some more renders for a couple different industrial commerce parks. One in California and another in Washington. The buildings are very similar as they are for the same property owner.
A little addition to the previous post.
Here’s a current industrial construction project in Portland, Oregon. The project manager reached out to me for some 3d renderings so they could visualize the building. I rendered the scene with three different world light settings so they could see the paint colors in different lighting.
For the past year or so I’ve been on a 3D journey, and its possibilities have opened up a huge arena of creativity for me.
Here is a large gallery of some recent arch-viz concept work I completed for a tower project in my city. The goal was to create some photo-realistic renderings of the project for marketing purposes. I utilized a DJI Phantom 4 Pro Advanced drone for the exterior view photography and ambient lighting. Blender for the modeling. Cycles for rendering.