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First Sketches of one of Leonardo’s flying machines. (Second Baccalaureate research project. Created in 2014).
Final drawings of the machine’s wing articulation and wing design. (Second Baccalaureate research project. Created in 2014).
Parts and finished machine. (Second Baccalaureate research project. Created in 2014).
Video form my research project presentation demonstrating the machine wings in motion.
Examples of technical drawing class exercises (changes of view). (Created between 2014 -2015. Pencil + paper).
Examples of technical drawing class exercises (changes of view). (Created between 2014 -2015. Pencil + paper).
Examples of technical drawing class exercises (axonometry). (Created between 2014 -2015. Pencil + paper).
Examples of technical drawing class exercises (axonometry). (Created between 2014 -2015. Pencil + paper).
Examples of class exercises made in AutoCAD (3D views). (Created between 2013 – 2014).
Examples of class exercises made in AutoCAD (dimensional drawings). (Created between 2013 – 2014).
Examples of class exercises made in AutoCAD (3D views). (Created between 2013 – 2014).
Dungeons & Dragons character (Tiefling - Warlord). (Created in 2013. Pencil + paper).
Chain mail (under construction). (Handcrafted in 2014).
Roman armor. (Created between 2015-2016. Pencil + paper).
Roman armor and equipment. (Created between 2015-2016. Pencil + paper).
Roman soldier, sketch and final drawing. (Created between 2015-2016. Pencil + paper).
3D Gladius Hispaniensis, Roman sword. (Created in 2016. Program used: Blender).
3D Gladius Hispaniensis created in Blender.
German tank and 3D version. (Created in 2016. Program used: Blender).
Lateral and overhead view of German tank. (Created in 2016. Program used: Blender).
Front and Back view of German tank. (Created in 2016. Program used: Blender).
3D German tank created in Blender.
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Overview

A series of examples from class exercises, 3D models and illustrations made as a hobby, and a fully working model reproducing one of Leonardo da Vinci's Flying machines, plus several videos showing the designs in motion.

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