Interior environment made using Maya, Substance Designer, Photoshop, and UE4.
In a recent publication, I described a possible future building expansion at our church. This dream idea is an atrium attached to our existing building complete with skylights, large windows, ceiling fans, chandelier, a hospitality center, a wheelchair ramp, two elevator entrances, and two entrances to the outdoors. Tim read the description in my publication, came to the church to meet with me and to envision the project for himself. He took pictures, made notes and sketches, and went back to his computer and created a fantastic computer-generated rendition of the atrium. Using skills needed for computer graphics artistry, Tim took all the ideas I wrote about and added a few more accessories that made the atrium look realistic. With software, he was able to simulate what a person might see if one was to stand in the middle of the atrium. He also included the panoramic feature allowing a computer user to see a 360-degree view of all angles, up close and at a distance. I am pleased to recommend Tim to anyone who needs to have a project come to life with computer graphics.