Solar Roadways Gallery
Downtown Sandpoint Concept
Creating this concept graphic took coordinating a boom truck with the City of Sandpoint and weeks of meticulous graphic work. The result was spectacular as this image has been used in over 300 publishments throughout the world.
Solar Roadway Highway Concept
This is a mesh of two images put together. Taking a glass panel and laying it on the floor, I photographed it at the angle I wanted and meshed it with an image of a winding mountain road. Add LED lighting as well as some Photoshop magic and you have yourself a realistic conceptual graphic.
Parking Lot Concept
Scale is important to me when creating conceptual graphics. For this image, it was important to maintain the scale of the image in relation to distance. Turning a parking lot into a glass solar panel also meant that reflection needed to be added for that additional realism.
City Street Concept
This quick snapshot from a Solar Roadways fan proved to be a challenge for showing the conceptual graphic of Solar Roadways.
Aircraft Carrier Concept
One of my earlier concept graphics with the company. I enjoyed creating this graphic because of the technical challenges to cut in and around each person and aircraft to show 100% coverage of the Solar Roadways technology.
This concept graphic was designed to show the possible visibility of the built in LED lights into the Solar Roadway product.
A basic exploded engineering model that was used to show all the layers of the original Solar Roadway panel.
Another engineering model created to show individual layers of the SR2 panel.
The final engineering model used to show the simplistic layers of the SR3 panel.
Designing company logos are an important role for a graphic artist. This logo was particularly created to for e-mail headers, mailers and website buttons.
This picture of my daughter and I holding a tree was created to support a statement of the company values on their website. My little one did a great job as a model.
This logo shows the effect of a reflection, which can give depth and a clean look to a logo. This effect is best used for web applications.
This is another image reinforcing a statement of company values on their website about relationships.
This simple graphic shows the ability to lay over a drawing over an actual photo to create a cool product effect.
Another fun logo concept created specifically for the team.