Realising the wonderment of the Digital Age, Ronald has embraced art in a new fashion, above traditional, to add emphasis and a slight realism to projects.  He states he is only an amateur at present, with plenty of improvements to come.

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Please note these images are copyrighted under Ronald Kinsella.  They are not to be copied or shared.  Respect the integrity of the artist.

A selection of artwork by Ronald, depicting numerous characters.  The main window is of the twin's mechanical dog, 'Magnus the Micro-Mutt' who was copyrighted back in 1993.  The pooch has a history and was first realised as a failed cartoon-strip idea back in the early days of conception.

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Above, Ronald's 'Cyclops' range of robots which he is creating.  Conceptual toy designs are another benefit of Zbrush.  TED (large mech) and TOMMY.

Ronald's WACOM Cintiq (22") is a new addition to his small studio.  The beauty of these systems is the fact that if a mistake is made, it can be magically removed by 'Step-Back.'  Clean and compact, this larger version is ideal for him. 

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Zbrush has taken Ronald 7 years to grasp and master.  Digital Sculpting Software.  The model below was composed from scratch, which is then either produced on a 3D Printer as a figure, or set for presentation.  3D Printers can take hours to produce.  This particular Grey was used as artwork on this website.  The beauty of it is, once built, they can then be manipulated to create a number of poses throughout.  He enjoys creating creature and robot concepts.  This here is raw state, prior to Paintshop.