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Rough Draft for Lima Peru Los Olivos Temple

I have been playing around with the second design the Church released last Friday, the design for the Lima Peru Los Olivos Temple. This temple appears to be unlike anything I have seen before, and I don’t think it shares a floorplan with any other temple at this point. The design itself appears to be… read more »

Rough draft for Quito Ecuador Temple

Yesterday, the Church released the renders for the Quito Ecuador and the Lima Peru Los Olivos Temples. I have been busy since noticing them last night, and today I have finished a rough draft for the Quito Ecuador Temple model. From what I have been able to tell so far, this temple appears to be… read more »

A Visual History of the Provo City Center Temple

Enjoy! This image is comprised of 8 separate renders from 8 separate models. Each model identifies a different state of the Provo City Center Temple. Top Row At the top is the Original Provo Tabernacle, to the right, and the new Provo Tabernacle, circa 1887. Second Row First is the New Tabernacle shortly after the… read more »

Updated Arequipa Peru Temple model and video

As the Arequipa Peru has a mostly completed exterior, and the landscaping is starting to take shape, I decided to update my Arequipa Peru Temple model. I also took the opportunity to extend the terrain and include some of the local volcanic hills. Check out the video, then click the image below it to go… read more »

Pria Cabo Verde Temple video now online

I have finished a preliminary video for the Praia Cabo VerdeTemple, announced last October’s Conference. Check out the video, and click the image below it to visit my Praia Cabo Verde Temple page. Note: I am having some difficulty trying to get the video to display, so if you do not see the video, try… read more »

Yigo Guam Temple video now available

I just uploaded a video for the Yigo Guam Temple, on of the twelve Temples announced in last October’s conference. This temple features a variation of what Rick Satterfeild, owner and operator of ChurchOfJesusChristTemples.org, recently referred to as the “Island Temple Design.” Three temples based off this design have been unveiled so far, San Juan… read more »

Kinshasa DRC Temple update

I have a new video for the Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple. This video was a frustration for me, mainly because I seem to be getting overconfident in my abilities. The end result is that I rendered this video 4 different times, each time fixing something egregious I noticed after the render was… read more »

San Juan Puerto Rico Temple video (1st Draft)

I have finished a preliminary model for the recently released San Juan Puerto Rico Temple. Obviously little is known about the site right now, so this is a vary early design for me.

Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple video updated

I have a new video for the Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple. Like the previous video, this one is still a guess. Unlike the previous one, this one is based more upon the construction photos, so there are many changes. Hope you enjoy it! Click the image below to go to my Rio de Janeiro… read more »

Durban South Africa Temple

I have a new video for you. Today I have uploaded an updated version of my Durban South Africa Temple video. The grounds have been expanded with details noticed in construction photos, and the model now includes a guess as to that the back of the temple will look like. Remember, this is a guess,… read more »

New Videos for Apia Samoa

Today I uploaded a new Dusk video for the Apia Samoa Temple. I intended to only do the one video, but my original Apia video was so… Bad… That I decided that I needed to replace it as well, so I cropped just the daylight portion of the Dusk video and uploaded it as a… read more »

Updated Barranquilla Colombia Temple video

With the dedication of the Barranquilla Colombia Temple just 3 days away, I was finally able to find enough reference material to complete my temple model. This update features the grounds and some of the surrounding area, as faithfully as I was able to produce them. Click the image link below to go to my… read more »

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