Happy 2015 from Jinnie Designs! Pick up a FREE physical copy of our 2015 calendar if you are in the area, or print one out yourself at www.jinniedesigns.ca/2015Calendar.pdf (designed for 11x17 paper)


From our family to yours, Merry Christmas!


Here's a new addition to our studio: our new Knabe WMV-247 Piano! 


Here's the drawing of another car we've been working on.Do you find the eyes of the Koenigsegg Agera R to be very "human" looking? Let us know!

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Our final product!

Progress Screen Captures

 Wireframe of the Final Product


Here's a slightly more complicated one. The KTM X-Bow

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just the wheels left.

Updated on 6/30 at 1:25 PM
one more wheel


Progress Screen Captures

 Wireframe of the Final Product


Ever wonder how we do our work? Here's a 2 hour illustration we did recently and how it was done:

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final product

Screen Captures of Final Product


Hello everyone! Here's a sneak peek of our new sound studio! Stay tuned!


Here at Jinnie Designs, we want to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas! Enjoy your holidays! We appreciate your business.


Greetings! Hope you are having a good weekend! Here's a new track we have been working on. We hope you like it!


New track up under Sound Design > Experimental.

01 - Check It.mp3

03 - Catch Me If You Can.mp3


Work in progress


The newest addition to our family!


A Jinnie Designs scanimation with a red slider.


This strange flower is an example of how beautiful nature truly is.


Ornithologists say birds have three methods of flight. The first is flapping--keeping their wings in constant motion to counteract gravity. Hummingbirds can flap up to seventy times per second. Flapping keeps you up in the air, but it is a lot of work.

A second flight method is gliding. Here the bird builds up enough speed, then coasts downward a while. It is much more graceful than flapping, but unfortunately it does not get the bird very far. Reality in the form of gravity sets in quickly. Gliding is nice, but it does not last.

Then there is the third way--soaring. Only a few birds, like eagles, are capable of this. Eagles' wings are so strong that they are capable of catching rising currents of warm air--thermal winds that go straight up from the earth--and without moving a feather can soar up to great heights. Eagles have been clocked at up to 80 miles per hour without flapping at all. They just soar on invisible columns of rising air.

- John Ortberg - If You Want to Walk on Water, You've Got to Get Out of the Boat


Hope Series - 2010


A new digital drawing, posted under Graphic Design.

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