An experienced CAD, digital 3D visualization and illustration studio with over three decades of support for the business, government and residential communities specializing in cost-effective creation of Quality Hand-drawn and Digital images.
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Fine art painting on commission or for sale are also available. Work mediums include Pencil, Pen & Ink, Acrylic, Pastel, Watercolor and Oil.
Artistic IMAGING......it's about the details.
Jun 19, 2015|Product Design|Private|Working
Feb 16, 2015|CAD|Private|Completed
Jan 23, 2015|CAD|Private|Completed
Jan 26, 2013|CAD|Private|Completed
Work History & Services:
Having been an Illustration and Design professional for the past 30 years in the Bay Area, Arizona and the Central Valley of California, my illustration experience has served the high security requirements of both government and corporate environments.
After leaving the corporate workforce, a small business was created in 1998 and shortly thereafter was California-certified with the primary goal of servicing low to medium-budget clients. Without the overhead cost associated with larger companies a budget-sensible fee structure was then put in place.
Clients and Employers:
Illustration support for such firms and corporations as Sombrero Shelters - Elkridge MD, JJB Solutions, Inc., Health & Wellness Technology Corp., National Park Service, Raven Home Development, SRI International, Steven Myers & Associates, Hughes Missile Systems (now Raytheon), McDonnell-Douglas, The Boeing Company, Bennett Respiration Products, and Robert Ferguson & Associates.
Although digital 3D and CAD are offered, creation of hand-drawn images for conceptual and final stage projects are the framework of this studio's approach to servicing clients. I create both hand drawings and computer-generated images in support of Design, Graphic Art, Tech Illustration, Architectural Illustration and 3D Visualization projects. Since the types of services provided are subject to constant revision, exceptional focus is placed on establishing useful...
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