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You have to have fun

It can't all be about work.

Part of the reason I became an Industrial Designer is because when I was growing up I spent most of my time making models of things, coming up with ideas for new toys and generally carrying on in the same way I do today when designing a new product for a client. The only difference being that as I get older, the technology I have access to becomes more and more advanced.

On this page you will find a collection of projects I have worked on in my spare time. As you will see, my interests are pretty varied but i am sure most of you will find an underlying theme in most of what I do.

Please note that in cases where I have mentioned a brand name or whatever it is not meant as a product endorsement and my opinions are not that of the companies mentioned. The trademarks all remain the property of the respected companies etc. etc. so I don't want any complaints, okay... enjoy !

 
 

AH1-S Cobra

Here are a few images of an AH1 Cobra I built. The plans came with very little instructions so it took longer than expected to complete. I printed the flat parts out on A3 paper instead of the recommended A4 and despite being pretty low resolution JPG files they look okay. More…

Formula One

These models were built in 2002 from plans drawn up by Yasu Tanaka. I found the plans after completing a 1:10 scale model F1 car as part of a pitch to Vodafone. They were looking for examples of graphic applications of their logo on the car. Design delays and reverts only allowed us just over two days to complete the prototype. More…

Tyrell

This model was built in 2002 from plans drawn up by Yasu Tanaka .More…

 

Nissan

One of the biggest challenges with paper modeling is replicating compound curves. It is also the thing I find most alluring about the hobby. This model of a Nissan touring car More…

YAK 54 cockpit detail

Once I had completed the maiden flight on my 30cc radio control YAK a friend sent me some fantastic photos he had taken on the day. The plane looked great but one thing was conspicuous in its absence. The cockpit detail. I set about drawing up the details of the bracing tubes and other details based on photographs and other reference diagrams. More…