AutoCAD 2002 used to model two early 3D designs and 2D artwork; SketchUp Pro 6 used to import them. SketchUp 7 & 8 used to model the majority of my architectural designs from scratch and edit imported components. Auxiliary models used for illustration & material effects were downloaded as freeware from SketchUp 3D Warehouse. They include cars, wind turbines, solar lamps, people, animals, sculpture, plants, kitchen & bathroom fixtures by others modified to suit my needs. Large 'wire frame' trees are AutoCAD freeware downloaded from Portal Obras. Many model components such as spiral and winding stairs, solar panel assemblies, skylights, cabinets & mill work, exterior light fixtures and park furniture were modeled by myself from scratch. Photoshop 6 used to crop and edit jpg images which appear in my galleries.
The history and origin of two architectural 'footprints' and schematic designs are included in my gallery descriptions where that is relevant. The galleries appearing within my website illustrate my work purged of unintended contradictions and the impact of client decisions contrary to an optimum expression of architectural form.