Monday, November 28, 2011

Aircraft a low poly model created in the same fashion as the 1929 Car.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

A model of a 1929 type coupe. This is a design of my own. I was trying a new way of creating a model. At least new for me. I created a square in space. Modified with arch's, lines, etc. then used the Offset tool to create a smaller version of the shape. Nest the push-pull tool was used to draw out a space between the two shapes. Using the line tool the outside edges of the two shape were connected together with triangles. The second face was drawn out with the push-pull tool. The new pulled-out shape was modified by a number of tools. After modification that shape was pulled out again. The new shape modified and pulled-out. This was continued until the desired shape was formed. My image of this process was similar to the old balsa wood models I use to build. A series of bulk heads connected by stringers. I think it's a good way of keeping a model simple. This model also has different segments to the arches. Just part of the experiment.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

1930's Type Race Car

 This is the current progress on my 1930's type racing car. This is not a copy of any existing car. The Cadillac V 16 engine is created following many pictures on line and other reference.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

1930's Race Car now has the cockpit, seats, windshield, and dirt track.

Sunday, November 13, 2011

I decided to take a break for all the mechanical parts of the car and work on a body design. I like the idea of 1930's race car. This is a rendering in Kerkythea as a test to how it might look when finished.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

I've added a frame, rear suspension, springs, spring shackles, and son frame cross members.

The is a auto front end of a car. This type of front end design was around the late 20's to the early 30's. I would like to stick with this project this winter. And see if I can design a complete car of my own design. I'm current in the process of restoring a 1933 Chevrolet 5 window coupe Master. Working with drawings like this as I do a restoration help me to more completely understand the workings of the project.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

This Video is for a project I'm working on with the City of Yreka as a proposal to create a downtown Arts Center and training facility. This project is designed to serve several purposes. A Concierge Service for the greater Yreka area. This would be a combined service for all the businesses, restaurants and motels, hotels, B&B's, etc. As an center for the Arts we would be creating small studio spaces for artists, work areas, and meeting areas for classes, and general areas for artists to spend time together. This space will also function as an introduction for tourists to the Yreka community to support and enhance work our Chamber is doing. As a pass through from the parking lot to the Miner St. /Broadway/ Lane St. historic district. An introduction to the History of Yreka would be presented in a pictorial review.