Photorealistic technical illustrations just beg to be done in a 3D program—what you see in movies and TV as "CG." Whether the project is imagined or existing with changes, we can get the best texture, color and lighting possible. Endless views and even movies are completed from the single drawing.
The coffeepot at the right is a figment of my imagination, but in the way it was drawn, it would work because everything fits! Other projects in this gallery have been done from provided reference materials, client discussions, or the actual item.
This is the most fun way to draw!
Tech illustration of a 3-layer fabric that protects from wind, oils, biologicals, water, and blood, while retaining warmth
Extreme closeup of fibers that use carbon to remove odors
Technical illustration of a Kevlar tape wrapped cable
Technical illustration of a Grind Press used in the food industry
Technical drawing of a Rendering Cooker used in the food industry
Technical illustration of an Air Chiller Condenser used in the food industry
Technical illustration of a battery design concept
Ghosted view of a "Mo-Flow" water bottle for bicycle riders
Technical drawing of a Rinse Station used in the food industry
An Air Compressor technical illustration used in the food industry
Technical drawing of a Hydraulic Power Unit used in the food industry
An illustration of a Belt Conveyor used in the food industry—one of my favorite drawings—it was just fun to draw!
Technical illustration of a 275-gallon Tote
Cutaway technical illustration of an oil filter
Tech illustration of containers and a sink for a brochure
A cutaway technical illustration of various rooms in a hospital that use lubricants, cleaners, and other specialty products
Technical illustration of the retro Campfire Javaah K-cup-styled coffeepot that I've designed.
A technical conceptual drawing of the Tréped press coffee maker
Technical drawings of Overhead Conveyors
Technical illustration of an athletic shoe with a unique waterproof, water and heat wicking fabric (I'm only responsible for the colored bits)
Pipes leak. This technical illustration was for a product that healed those pinhole leaks.
Technical illustration of a Turkey Wing Separator (yuk!) used in the food industry
Technical illustration showing the larger footprint of the Specialized Turbo 25 bicycle tire
This tech illustration shows a machine that weighs, wraps, and labels meat products
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