I offer my expertise in rendering virtual reconstructions of archaeological artifacts, buildings and people.
I have been working as a 3D artist specializing in archaeological renderings for ten years. In this time, I have worked for Hungarian museums and have for the most part focused on reconstructions depicting the Roman era. My work has been published in books and magazines, and has also been displayed in museum exhibitions.
My archaeological renderings are accurate to the time period, due to extensive research on references and reviews of sources found online, in libraries and in museums, and also ongoing discussions with archaeologists. I am able to independently gather and process information, arrive at conclusions and then present and discuss the relevant results and conclusions.
My main goal, through reconstructions, is to make history interesting and accessible for everybody.
My most important values are: authenticity, realism, being on schedule and on budget.
My clients were: Aquincum Museum, Hungarian National Museum, Janus Pannonius Museum, National Geographic, English Heritage.
Hello, I’m very impressed with your work, it is amazing! Congratulations!
I am studying Roman archeology, especially the triumphal arch of Constantine, do you have any 3D reconstruction of this monument?
Up to now, thank you very much!
I am a self-published author. I’m working on novel #10, an historic novel about Ephesus. Your reconstructions of the various buildings are amazing. There are several I would like to use in the novel. How would I go about purchasing the right to reproduce the reconstruction of Curetes Street and several others? If you could let me know the procedure, if there is one, and the cost for each reproduction, I would appreciate it. Of course, credit would be given. Thank you.
RBA has the rights to these images, but I plan to make new, updated ones for purchase.