Yacht Designer looking for new projects...

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by CgarciaDesign, Feb 13, 2007.

  1. CgarciaDesign
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    CgarciaDesign Junior Member

    Yacht Design Grad looking for design/boatbuilding firms and/or design projects. Anyone interested that needs fresh ideas with an estheticly sound background, please contact me for further review, or visit: http://www.coroflot.com/ quintaindesigns

    I have sound experience with CAD, 3dModeling and Rendering programs in design.


    Education:
    Arts High NJ - Art Major
    Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale
    Yacht & Marine Design

    Training in:

    CAD, Solidworks, Rhino, Alias, Illustrator & Photoshop

    Conceptualization
    Technical sketches and Illustrations
    Drafting
    Space planning
    Overlays
    Color and Material selection
    Computer drafting and rendering
    3d modeling
    Surface modeling
    Knowledge of materials and processes
    Specification sheets
    Rendering
    Presentation
     
  2. woody_wing
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    woody_wing New Member

    please contact me

    We are one of active yacht builder in China. We are looking for modern, innovative design for our next line of yachts from anyway 50'-100' which will focus on U.S customers

    My email address is woody_wing@hotmail.com.


    Thanks
     
  3. MikeJohns
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    MikeJohns Senior Member

    What course did you graduate in 'yacht and marine design' ? or is this the art side of conceptual design.

    cheers
     
  4. CgarciaDesign
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    CgarciaDesign Junior Member

    The program at the Art Institute of Ft.Laud is a Bachelors of Science degree in Yacht & Marine Design. Many of the courses taken are shared with Industrial Design students. The curriculum emphasizes process rather than style in product design. We learn the esthetics and the engineering process to build the product.
     
  5. MikeJohns
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    MikeJohns Senior Member

    Thanks for the reply
    I looked up your course since I'd never heard of this one before.

    http://www.artinstitutes.edu/fortlauderdale/catalog/cur_ymd.asp but no detailed subject description.

    Looks like you would be a good man to have on the conceptual style side of things. You might want to consider offer post design rendering drawing and presentation services yourself if you don't find a position.

    Cheers
     

  6. CgarciaDesign
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    CgarciaDesign Junior Member

    ....I thank you for the suggestion. These skills are nessesary in any design process. I am a working designer in south Florida.
     
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