Renders that I have created using either Blender 3D (Cycles Render) or Maya (Arnold Render)
This kitchen I created, just for fun!
I created this robot, just from inspiration from my head. Hope you enjoy it! Created in Blender. This model is also entirely rigged and also has shape keys for eyebrows.
This soccer scene was created in Maya! It was actually my first dealings with Maya and I loved learning how to use the methods and techniques that I have learned in the past. It has a lot of similarities to Blender 3D, just FYI. Or at least it had similarities to me.
This liquid render was created to show a little bit of my physics experience. After rendering four images I combined them into a single image for showing.
This inspiration came from my childhood of growing up on a sod farm (Growing Grass). I was going for photorealistic look, although you can see things arent entirely accurate.
Simply put, its an iPhone I modelled textured, rendered, and composited. I believe it is the iPhone 5. This was done when the iPhone 5 came out... well.. kinda... it came out in 2012 and I made it in 2013. Five years ago! Wow how time flies!
I love soccer! created this simple scene. Not sure if I like the net, but everything else was working well. The ball has accurate displacement and texturing. The lights were composited after render in Blender.
This project I probably had one of the most fun with. It doesnt seems quite all there, but I loved learning and implementing effects, especially with the tires! Lighting on the front lights seemed hard for some reason. Lets go for a ride!!!
Cereal!!! After all breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Ive always seen those cool cereal commercials, Cereal!!! After all breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Ive always seen those cool cereal commercials, and I thought that I would try to mimick them a little. I used a simple particle system with collisions.
and I thought that I would try to mimick them a little. I used a simple particle system with collisions.
This chain was created for a tutorial that I produced on Youtube. It features using the collision system to allow for the best looking and most realistic looking chain. Sorry, no rust on the chain, that wasnt really the intentions of the tutorial. Although the physics was. Check out more tutorials at
Christmas celebrations! Inspired and created during christmas to celebrate the birth of Christ!
This is actually not just a render, it was about a 30 second film created for FireFly Film Studio. They needed a simple animation that shows the different bacteria acting on roots and the soil.
Blender Know How is the name of my Youtube Channel featuring tutorials on how to do principles of modelling, animation, texturing, and rendering! When I learn something cool I like to share how to do it with others.
is how I do that!