A loving tribute to the Sesame Street cartoons “M in Space”, “V in Space”, and “Z in Space” that debuted during season 4 in 1973.
The PBS Sesame Street Pinball Number Count (or Pinball Countdown). Segment #2 – A Day at the Carnival recreated in 3D animation.
I chose to painstakingly recreate this classic animation from my childhood for a couple of reasons. For one, I absolutely love it. It’s such a funky and creative cartoon. Secondly, I took it as a challenge to see if I could pull it off. It turned out to be so much fun modeling each scene and animating the pinball. I’m pleased with the result, although I do not think I will be recreating the other number segments anytime soon.
The music was composed by Walt Kraemer, arranged by Ed Bogas, vocals by The Pointer Sisters, and Andy Narell on steel drums. It was recorded in 1976 and it debuted in Feb ’77.
I can hologram anything! Yay!
Some of my animation, rendering, archviz, time lapse, drone photography, video, and motion graphic work.
Here is a sample of some recent archviz 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.
Also, be sure to check out the website I created for the tower: https://www.spokanefalls.com/. All video, photography and renderings were created by me for the website.
I utilized a DJI Phantom 4 Pro Advanced drone for the exterior view photography and ambient lighting. Blender for the modeling. Cycles for rendering.
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.