Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Revisiting the CAD monkey model. I am treating it more like a sculpt.
I will model in pose , instead of rigging and posing.
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Monday, February 25, 2008

Hand Sketches with Markers. Tad too hairy- lines need a little more confidence.
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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

These are some development sketches for the Craftsman radio
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Monday, February 18, 2008

Slow Cooker Concepts

At the sketch session in Auburn I really liked some of the design directions that we explored as a group. I kept on digesting some of those ideas, and kept sketching little thumbnails. A small personal sized slow cooker with some personality could be really cool.

Some more pragmatic design concepts.
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Friday, February 15, 2008

Craftsman Jobsite Weather Radio

I will post some development images later
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Popsicle Design for Crate and Barrel.
Client: Tovolo Inc
The innovation here is that the popsicles are seperate, with specially designed lids that keep the odor out and allow the melted juice to drip into them.
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Craftsman Lithium Battery
Client: Sears

Innovation: Lithium battery with dynamic form factor and battery status indicator.

Original CAD Render

Color Exploration

Final part
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Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Shots from the sketch session. Many thanks to Shea Tillman for inviting us to Auburn.

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Student Sketches
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Continuing the Pimp Series, this was a sketch session that my friend Ben Thomas and I conducted at Auburn University on the 9th of Februrary. This was a sketch render that we generated in the realtime brainstorm/sketch/design session. There were a lot of great ideas and it was a great experience for Ben and myself. We will definitely be doing this more in the future.
If your school or firm would like to schedule a sketch seminar please send me an email.
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I had a really great time at Auburn University this last weekend showing some sketch techniques to a really great group of ID students. It was one of the most fun presentations I have made in a while. I had intended on doing a demo of this sketch above, but we had to cut the presentation because of maintenance work that was being done in the building that we were not aware of while organizing the event.
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