Most of my work, prior to 2008, was associated with aviation, and more specifically, to visualize future designs, produce client presentations for their kits, etc.. These movies don't have a "plot", in most cases. Typically, they're just designed to show you the model. Many of these loop, so simply turn them off when you've had enough. Toward the bottom of this page, there are some truly goofy ones, made in the "old days" of 3D. Some are creative, and some are simply the result of having some fun. Thank you for taking a look!
PS> It's not all serious. Click here for a brief "Alien Invasion" animation, done just for fun! (4.7 MB QuickTime)
Recent animations made in "MODO": (2008 to present)
Click any image to see the animation. (Most recent work at the top)
F-22 "Raptor" Fly-around (8.1 MB)
Fireworks Displaced in 3D (10.3 MB)
Mobile Network Vehicle (15.2 MB)
Boeing 747-8 Fly-around (13.2MB)
Boeing 747-8 Gear Extension (6 MB)
At the end, gear rotates to it's ground orientation.
QC2 Exterior (8.1MB)
Older work, done in "Carrara Studio": (2000 to 2008)
King Air parts fly in (3.1MB)
Fly around Buddy Rich's drums. (7.8MB)
All sides of an aerobatic plane (2.6MB)
Aerobatic model fly-through (3.1MB)
Jet model landing gear (352k)
Some ancient animations, when software wasn't quite so robust...(1995 - 2000)
I'm putting these here for the sake of humor, not to impress. (!) When we first made these, they were very "high-tech", and were taking our computers to the limit. But... My interest in 3D began in the late 1970's, long before these animations were made. If you want to read about some of that, which was REALLY primitive, see my 3D Origins page.
A beach ball bouncing (324k)
"Nancy - Early IK model (140k)
Einstein Island (692k)