About Me

I am a 3d Modeller and Compositor. I live and work by what I describe as the three P's. They stand for Passion, Professionalism, and Problem Solving. In all things, I try to stay by these guidelines.

You Tube Channel

My You Tube Channel can be viewed here

Newest Demo Reel.

August 2011; The new Demo Reel

Roland Baron Demo Reel 2011

My Current Demo Reel

Demo Reel 2010

My Previous Demo Reel.

Monday, May 28, 2012

Newest Video

Made a new film for laughs and giggles.  Background was put together from 40 separate photos.  FG (window) was made in 3ds Max and then composited in the fact.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

New model for film.

For the last little while I've been working part time on a short Star Trek film. Basically I am handling all the CG elements and VFX. Part of this entails building the models. For this film there is a never before seen Hero ship designed by the great Andrew Probert, the designer that gave us the redesigned Enterprise of the movies, the Delorian from Back to the Future and many more memorable and iconic pieces. After about a month or so, I have the ship finished. It took a touch of back and forth between Probert, the producer and I, but here is the not quite finalized design. Even though I haven't received final approval, I thought I'd share anyway.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Galileo Departs

A short animation of a a new model and refurbished hanger bay.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Blink Test.avi

Whenever I have flashing lights on a model, I use a animated texture map to control the luminence. Doing a little house-cleaning led me to fixing up my blink textures, and this is just a test of that

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Ent B test 5

Ya, it's been awhile since I posted anything here. Been working on some stuff for films that I have tied me up for awhile. Did manage to break this old model out and do some new textures and materials though.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Finally Done!

I've finally finished my Wrath of Khan VFX recreation. All the models (the whole whopping two) are mine.

It was made using 3DS Max and Adobe After Effects.

For a larger view, Click on the YouTube symbol in the corner of the vid.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

More Khan

Two more shots done...