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I handed my phone over to some drunk bloke to take a pic of us. He pressed the Video Button instead of the Camera button. Better than nothing I suppose (Damn Vivaz)
Originally a collaboration with Alexander Chigirinsky, this video shows how the museum was modeled to fit snugly with Chigrinsky's ship ( http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=ed2eade78dbebe8f8f4443fd39fed459 ) . Hope the kmz model will be accepted to Google Earth's 3D Layer soon.......
The latest model of The ArcelorMittal Orbit aka. The 'London Orbit'. Recent pictures & Streetview images of the Olympic Park compelled me to do the following. Additonal Service Block (wow) & refined Observation Platform ie.Cut through in the centre & glazing effect in the upper Outer Platform (slightly less sarcastic wow, lol!). Here's a link to the web-page where you can view/download this model
My model of The ArcelorMittal Orbit aka. The 'London Orbit'. Hope it gets onto Google Earth 3D Layer in time for the Olympics. Here's a link to the web-page where you can view/download this model
Just testing the rendering capabilities of my new laptop. There are a few minor tweeks to the model since the upload but I promise this IS the Final Version.......
A slightly updated version (mainly the addition of the protruding signs at the front)
Really proud of this one
Put a lot of effort into getting this right & feel proud enough to post this Video. Here's the link to the Model's page http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=710402612b2c9bb8d443b276bcea3c1d
So proud of this update of my model of Leeds Town Hall I left my slightly rubbish laptop to spend several hours rendering this Video of a draft. Here's the link to the 3D Warehouse page http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=710402612b2c9bb8d443b276bcea3c1d&prevstart=0
A vid of my Google Earth submission of the Crazy Horse Memorial. Located in South Dakota, this huge sculpture has been carved by a handful of workers since 1948. It is intended to honour the local Native American Community & is not funded by the state (despite a few offers up to $10 million). There is no completion deadline though, due the intention to carve out the rest the body AND the horse on which he's riding, it looks like it will be decades before it is finished.
One of the most popular tourist attractions of Leeds/Harrogate
My latest idea for a flying car. The flying trike. The idea is that the trike will be sold seperately as an extreme sports vehicle then the 'flying cradle', as I've come to call it, can be bought / hired as an optional extra... (the layers containing the flying cradle are switched off in the first three scenes). The Trike slots into the cradle by reversing into it & would use it's own power to power the brushless-motor propellors.
ps. thankyou to the modellers who created the alloy wheels, steering wheel & propellors.
This is my model of York Minster. Earlier today, I've submitted this model to the Google Earth guys &, hopefully, will appear when anybody views York in Google Earth (in about a month). In other words, I'm showing off, lol
The western block of The Bourse business district in Leeds where I work. It was entensively redeveloped in the early nineties as part of the rejuvination of a run-down area of Leeds & is now seen as a part of the trendier/upmarket side of the city. It is the second model to use photos I took with my cameraphone.
An iconic structure that was decades ahead of it's time due to it being one of the first to use iron as a frame on which the glass panels/wall sections are attatched (just like modern skyscrapers). Below is a link to a Wikipedia page with more info.
A translation of 2D technical drawings showing a proposed new layout for the office where I work.
One of the iconic buildings of my home town, Leeds & my first attempt at a proper Google Earth Model. My knowledge about the history of this building is rather sketchy (no pun intended, lol) so here is a link to a Wikipedia page with more info.
A work in progress showing my kitchen. The reason for creating this model is to expand my portfolio and may be extremely useful in job interviews with potential employers in the kitchen industry. ps. thankyou to 'k15a', who's model I've modified to look more like my cooker & used in this model.
The complete exterior of one of the great lost wonders of the industrial revolution.
A computer model of one of the great wonders of the industrial revolution, Crystal palace.
an unfinished model of st pauls cathedral....
a newer version of my theoretical flying car project
A new project. I've called it the 'go' and is designed to be the most affordable 'enclosed' vehicle to buy and run.
A theoretical project thats been evolving since ever since I got bored sweeping the floor of some warehouse a few year ago.
A collage of mobile videos of musical perfomances in the warehouse. Enjoy!?
Me shamelessly showing off! A favour for a good colleague of mine at work. This is model of the warehouse I work at and will be used in presentation to the top brass