Healroot Street, Mistic, Mass

After my experience with the CNC project and my tests with the Amherst SNBX Project I decided to create a scene with a slight height inclination of ten feet higher than the rest of the objects. The scene has a slope from the church towards the street where the viewer is located. Made in 2016

2D Superimposed Test

Since my transition from 2D to 3D I felt that I had not the skill to use 3D characters. I thought of superimposing 2D characters in a 3D space. I have mostly been inspired by the early cartoon tests of the 1940’s involving the real world and cartoons and the biggest example of the technique the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Made in 2016

Outskirts of Mistic, MA

This was my last work related to the Mistic Project where In this time I applied some hills to make the place more fitting to where it would actually look like along with trees. I might revisit Mistic one day when I can apply so geography to the models. Made in 2016

The Mistic Project

Right after the creation of my CNC project of the landscape features of Amherst Massachusetts. I wanted to create a fictional Town in the area North of Williamsburg Massachusetts. This Towns name being Mistic the former name Barnstable Mass. I created a paper map of the area and then started to make the town center when I noticed that my original plans didn’t considered geographical gradation of heights making the place look flat. I didn’t took the real world geography into consideration when created the map so I decided to stop with the project and work on some projects that have some sort gradation in height.

Made in 2015

Try at Photorealism

One of my renders were I created a 3D foreground and tried to use a 2D image as a matte painting in the background. I later color corrected to try to match the light. Created in 2015.


Using multiple fire simulators to create a small flame on multiple candles. Made in 2015