Category : rendering

Flight of the Bumblebee
Posted by on November 15, 2016
Posted in: creative community, illustration, inspiration, rendering, transportation

Flying cars, long a staple of science fiction, could soon become reality thanks to rapid advances in autonomous vehicle and drone technology. What will this look like? Your own personal car with folding wings? Perhaps these will become popular with pilots. But for the rest of us, a different model is more likely. Two years […]

Sullivan's Crossing
Posted by on September 1, 2016
Posted in: geomodeling, photomatch, rendering, transportation

It’s become a tradition for summer interns at Fat Pencil Studio to create a SketchUp model for one of Portland’s 12 Willamette River bridges. But what happens when all the existing bridges have been modeled? We look to the future! After briefly considering the I-405 Flanders Street pedestrian bridge, we set our sights on a […]

Photo Sleuthing
Posted by on July 19, 2016
Posted in: creative community, photomatch, rendering

Yesterday this tweet caught my eye: Well, Mr. Gerrond, I think I can. I thought it was weird that Mike Pence’s daughter’s reflection doesn’t show up in the mirror, too. It sure looks like she should be there, but photos can be deceiving. Since Scooby and the Gang are on summer vacation, Fat Pencil Studio […]