Global 3D Arts is proud to be taking part in the Hays Arts Council’s 2021 Fall Art Walk! Stop by suite 100 right inside the 7th St entrance of the Hadley Center to see our exhibits of our architectural scale models, renderings, and animations! We will also be sharing a special feature showcasing our favorite projects of the past – including our most unique and beautiful scale models, renderings, and animations. Our doors will be open to the public from 5:30-7:30pm. We would love to see you on this tour of art in Hays!
Full List of Locations Participating:
Friday, August 27 – 6:30-9:30pm
Hays Arts Center, 112 E. 11th
Gordon Sherman Retrospective Exhibition
EyeSmile Vision & Dental, 1300 Main
Works by Abbey Sorenson
Hays Public Library, 1205 Main (first floor gallery & lobby areas)
“Remember When” by Cal Mahin (Schmidt Gallery)
“Now and Then” by Rich Thibodeau (Main Floor)
“In My Mother’s Arms” sponsored by the Ellis County Breastfeeding Collation
“Mixed Media Artworks” by Robert Joy/Scarlett (2nd Floor)
Body + Soul Day Spa, 109 W. 11th
Photography by Dave Lenser
Sculpture & Jewelry by Eleanor Carlson
Platinum Group, 116 E. 11th
Paintings by Kendra Braun
Madd Matter Frame Shop & Gallery, 112 E. 11th
“Birds of a Feather” paintings by Cally Krallman & Barbara Waterman Peters
Paisley Pear Wine Bar, Bistro & Market, 1100 Main
Paintings by Melita Catalina Warren
Music by “The Church Ladies (Unsupervised!)” 8-10pm
Regeena’s Flowers, 1013 Main
Paintings by Doloris Pederson, Kathleen Kuchar, & Michael Jilg
Hays Arts Center Annex, 1010 Main
“Along the Santa Fe Trail” paintings by Cally Krallman
Photography by Tori Flax
Paintings by Matthew Miller & Amy Warfield
“Preview: Tim Johnson Historic Kansas Postcard Collection”
Salon 1007, 1007 Main
Window Art Exhibition featuring paintings by Kris Kuksi
Live music by “The Jazz Professors” from WSU (7:00-9:00pm)
Union Pacific Park, 10th & Main
Chalk Art Station (hosted by the Hays CVB)
“The Chewbaru” Art Car by Rex Rosenberg
The Gamers Guild, 200 E. 8th
Gaming Models & Terrain by Gamer’s Guild Artists
809 Studio, 809 Main
FHSU Senior Ceramics Exhibition of Haley Gottschalk
Chroma Quilting, 126 W. 9th
“MrE Tie Dye: Eric Holzmeister”
Brickhouse Day Spa, 706 Main
Portraits by Lane Werth
The Niche, 707 Main
“Healing Through Creativity” (presented by the Center for Life Experiences)
Friday, August 27 – Early or Extended Hours
Global 3D Arts, Hadley Center, 205 E. 7th Suite 100 – 5:30-7:30pm
Architectural Scale Models, including the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam
Forsyth Library, FHSU, 502 S. Campus Dr. – 5:30-7:30pm
Exhibition by Madison Otter, Madi Wiens, Courtney Hancock, PJ Stauffer, & Haley Gottschalk
Moss Thorns Gallery, FHSU Center for Art & Design – 5:30-8:00pm
Ceramics MFA Thesis Exhibition by Josh Heimsoth
Taylor Gallery, FHSU Center for Applied Technology – 5:30-8:00pm
“A Foundry Worker, a Blacksmith, and a Dinosaur Walk into a Bar…” sculpture by FHSU students, faculty, and Jim Hinkhouse
Downtown Pavilion, 10th & Main – 6:00-9:00pm
KidsFest Crafts & Face Painting (sponsored by the DHDC)
Concert & Street Dance, 10th & Main – 7:00-10:00pm
Live Music by Tim/Anthony Band (sponsored by the DHDC)
Saturday, August 28th – 7:30-8:30pm
Hays Symphony Orchestra Concert, Downtown Pavilion, 10th & Main
What’s better than one model you say? Well, ten of course!
Our latest project had us creating ten identical tabletop-sized exterior scale models for Best Egg, a loan agency located in Wilmington, Delaware. These models, which were shipped off last week, will be used as a surprise at an event to celebrate this new building in the next coming days.
Hard Work & Dedication
Due to the event date being so soon, we had to work on a very tight schedule, but by putting all of our focus on this project we were able to make these beautiful models possible.
It was an great pleasure to work with the people at Best Egg, and we are so glad that we were able to do this project for them. We hope that these models make for an awesome surprise!
First up for the updated scale models is Victor E. Village! Victor E. Village is home to over 400 students and 17 Learning Communities. This unique building is where many first-year students at Fort Hays State University live and enjoy updated amenities, a comfortable lobby, private pod-styled restrooms and showers, and even an Italian take away restaurant.
The scale of the FHSU model results in a very tiny model that can fit into the palm of your hand! Soon, we will be adding all of the finishing details to the Victor E. Village model, including the paint, stonework, and a roof to replicate the actual building. There will definitely be more exciting updates to come on this part of the model!
Center for Applied Technology
Next, we have the Center for Applied Technology scale model in the works. Another important newer addition on the Fort Hays State University campus, the Center for Applied Technology hosts classes in computer-aided drafting, construction management, graphics, interior design, computer science and more. On the north corner of College Drive and 8th Street, this impressive structure is a whopping 58,000 square feet and came with a price tag of $16.5 million.
Davis Hall, which was razed in 2017 and formerly housed technology studies at FHSU, is still currently present on the campus scale model, but will be removed with the 2021 updates. The intricate details and design on the Center for Applied Technology model will make this building stand out on the FHSU scale model!
Keep an eye out for the full transformation as many more updates and pictures are still to come!
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We are excited to announce that we will be beginning the process of updating the Fort Hays State University Scale Model that we created nine years ago.
Did you know? Today, there are approximately 45 buildings that are a part of Fort Hays State University’s campus. Since our model was made in 2012, there have been 8 new buildings added/are in the process of being added.
Then & Now
Originally presented to the university nine years ago, the massive 7-foot by 10-foot Fort Hays State University scale model also features an interactive computer monitor that allows viewers to light up different buildings and learn more information about FHSU’s campus. The model has been used as an asset to the university for years to recruit prospective students and faculty, while also serving as an important tool for new students orienting to campus. An invaluable visualization resource, the interactive model helps people keep up to date with all of the exciting new additions to campus as well.
With the amount of renovations that have been made to campus since 2012, the university has requested updates to the model to better represent all of the impressive improvements to campus. The original construction of the model took Global 3D Arts about three years, with nearly a thousand photos of the FHSU campus and its buildings used as reference to create the meticulously designed scale model. Before the model’s 10th anniversary, it will be completely updated for all to enjoy and see how much the campus has grown.
Key Updates to the Model
Wiest Hall (Razed 2012)
Davis Hall (Razed 2017)
Hansen Hall (Completed 2016)
Victor E. Village (Completed 2017)
Tiger Village (Completed 2017)
Residential Life Maintenance (Completed 2017)
Center for Applied Technology (Completed 2017)
Art & Design Hall and Moss-Thorns Gallery (Completed 2019)
Fischli-Wills Center for Student Success (Scheduled Completion 2021)
As we move forward with this project, we will be sure to post as many updates as possible, so stay tuned. Make sure to check us out on social media to keep up with this amazing project and much more!
Here are some common questions clients ask us and some important information.
“What services do you provide?” – Global 3D Arts can help you with all of your architectural visualization needs. We specialize in:
Physical architectural scale models, animations, photorealistic 3D renderings
Interactive programming & 360 degree tours
Exhibit models and interactive models
Courtroom, litigation, and forensic models/animations
Website design, graphics, brochure design, laser cut signs, other customized laser cut products, and much more!
“What details do I need to provide to get a quote?” – When emailing please send your files, including floorplans, elevations, site plan, photos, etc. or any other files that will help us to fully understand your project. Include the details about what exactly you would like us to quote for you. Best part is we provide free quotes!
“What materials are used for your models?” – We usually use plastic or acrylic for our scale models. We can make the models look like wood or metal, or whatever material you want.
“What are typical prices for a scale model?” – Our prices vary from project to project. It is dependent upon the size and level of detail you are wanting. Our lowest price is $2,000, which would be a smaller massed scale model with no detail work. Our prices can be upwards of $10,000+ for a scale model that is larger with intricate details.
“What kinds of scale models do you make?” – We make all sorts of unique scale models for our clients. Here is a list of some of our most common types of models:
Residential Model: Residents home, this could be a person’s dream home or current home
Commercial Model: Could be used for marketing for a new building
Open Floor Model: No roof with interior
Interior Model: Interior very detailed also exterior
Site Development: A large piece of land or job site
Massing Model: One color (mono-colored), little to no detail and less expensive
Semi-Detailed Model: Does not have trees, people, cars, or other specific details
Interactive Model: Helps with product demonstrations, controlled with touch screen monitor
Industrial Model: Industry model, could be large manufacturing, company, plantation site, etc.
“How long does it take for a model to be made and shipped?” – This can depend on how big the model is and how detailed it is. Our general timeline is 5-6 weeks typically. This also includes shipping and delivery.
We hope that this helps you better understand all that we do at Global 3D Arts!
Have more questions? Make sure to leave us a comment and we’ll get back to you or visit https://global3darts.com/
New scale model coming to you all the way from sunny Orlando, Florida! With its many palm trees and luxurious pool, the Sycamore Resort Scale Model has us feeling like we’re on vacation.
For this project, we had the opportunity to produce not just one, but TWO identical scale models for Primeland Development of their Sycamore Resort project in Orlando, which will be going into their sales offices in Kissimmee and Miami.
The Sycamore Resort Scale Model was a very special project for Global 3D Arts. Owner Dave Van Doren was able to deliver the models to Primeland Development’s sales team in their Kissimmee Sales Office and also see the project site where the Sycamore Resort is being built! If you happen to be in the market for a luxury condo near Disney World, these lovely ladies will take great care of you!
A huge part of what we do at Global 3D Arts involves learning about the story behind the piece, as each project that we do is unique and has a totally different story to tell. Our renderings, animations, and scale models can be used for so many purposes, but often they are used as tools to visualize the bigger picture and to educate.
Recently, we just finished up a special project for York County Solid Waste and Refuse Authority in York, Pennsylvania of a steam turbine in their facility. While working with them, we learned that the goal for this model is to facilitate their mission of educating the public about responsible waste management and how trash is turned into energy.
This model was special for us because we were able to branch out and do something unique outside of the realm of traditional architectural scale models.
As we ship off the Steam Turbine Model to go into the YCSWA’s Education Center, we come away having learned something new. We hope that this model will continue to tell its story and educate others about this important cause!
Monochromatic models show the true beauty of the model without multiple distractions of color. The main focus is the model itself!
We love a model with colors that POP, but our monochromatic models are a hit! They give a modern and unique feel. We can make your model any monochromatic color, white is the most requested but we have also used tan, red, green!
Here To Serve You! Our services are great way for a business to sell their designs to builders and investors! We specialize in animations, renderings and scale models. To see more of our services check out or website!
Wishing you good times, good cheerand a memorable new year.
As 2020 comes to an end we would like to thank you all! This year has been a whirlwind. From working via emails and phones calls to Zoom meetings and much much more! The patience from our clients has been the best part and working with people that are new to us but also our loyal customers of 10+years.
We could not have done it without you checking our blog posts, newsletters and social media’s. This is a great way for our local business to get its name out to the public.
We have been able to effectively create renderings and scale models for our clients in a timely matter. As we go forth with 2021 we hope you enjoy a recap of some of our projects from 2020. We just want to thank you, for supporting our small business!