3D Renderings

This page contains some of my better 3D renderings. Most of these images were modeled more or less in AutoCAD 2006 and rendered in 3DS Max 8.

Kanian/Azulian War
Resolution: 800x600

Kanian/Azulian War

I made this in one of my high school CAD classes. It's a 3D rendering of a scene from the Kanian/Azulian War.
Kanians
Resolution: 800x600

The Kanians

I also made this in one of my high school CAD classes. It's just an artsy picture of the Kanians, showing the evil, neutral, and angelic varieties.
Bob-Omb Battlefield
Resolution: 800x600

Bob-Omb Battlefield

This originally started out to be just a gang of shiny Bob-Ombs. The next idea was to put them on a bright green Mario64-style terrain, and then it was only natural to create some of the other Mario baddies and throw them in there. Those include the Chain Chomp and Goombas, and also a life mushroom and a warp pipe.
Hotel Suite
Resolution: 720x540

Hotel Suite

I made this for my MITES project in my senior year CAD class. It got me 1st place in the regional competition and 4th in the state competition, and also a "Best of Architectural Award" on the regional. I didn't even take architectural CAD, which makes it that much cooler that I got that award.
Virtual Battlefield
Resolution: 1024x768

Virtual Battlefield

I made this one just for fun. It's a virtual battlefield being "materialized" into existence. You can even see some of the wire frame in the parts that hadn't been materialized yet. It's kinda Code Lyoko style.
Island Invasion
Resolution: 1024x768

Island Invasion

During my first quarter of college, I had this really lame class called Problem Solving. During a particularly slow day, I discovered the school computers had AutoCAD and 3DS Max, and I created and rendered this drawing before the end of class that day.
Sunrise on Nupiter
Resolution: 1024x768

Sunrise on Nupiter

This one was actually drawn entirely in Photoshop, but it looks like it would fit in well with these other 3D renderings. The idea was to make a planetary kind of picture from the view of some unknown planet. The planet itself was taken from a desert scene (with any plant life photoshopped out).


Kirsle
Channels
Creativity
Software
Web Tools
Subdomains
Miscellany
Links


Fan Club