A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.
Like Tree95Likes

Thread: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

Page 1 of 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 148
  1. #1
    Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Location
    Antalya, where gods spend their holidays
    Posts
    415

    A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Hi there,
    Many of you guys know me and know what I am doing. But for the first time I take the opportunity to show a little bit more from my portfolio. These are maybe not even 0,5% of the Designs which I made during my 23 years in watchbusiness.
    Designs are made because of various reason:
    1. Designs for customers
    2. Designs made because there was nothing better to do
    3. Designs of my dreamwatches
    The market defines the designs. Yes true, but I always tried to keep it simple. My german designeducation didn't allow me to go for too fancy things. I rather rejected such projects.
    Some of the shown Designs you already saw as finished products. Others were cancelled because of various reasons whilst others just for the right time for it's resurrection.
    I hope you have as much fun looking at my designs as I had designing them.
    Cheers
    Name:  3838.jpg
Views: 3564
Size:  98.7 KB
    Name:  4096.jpg
Views: 3537
Size:  95.2 KB
    Name:  4099.jpg
Views: 3528
Size:  87.1 KB
    Name:  4099-9132.jpg
Views: 3525
Size:  117.9 KB
    Name:  4273.jpg
Views: 3517
Size:  136.2 KB
    Name:  4277amir.jpg
Views: 3714
Size:  147.6 KB
    Name:  4282gmt.jpg
Views: 3493
Size:  154.0 KB
    Name:  4282roundpvdblack.1510.jpg
Views: 3481
Size:  109.9 KB
    Name:  4367diver.jpg
Views: 3492
Size:  122.5 KB
    Name:  4445-1.jpg
Views: 3468
Size:  149.7 KB
    Name:  4445-7750plus.jpg
Views: 3468
Size:  145.4 KB
    Name:  4467beige.406.jpg
Views: 3467
Size:  138.0 KB
    Name:  4468chronoblack.2060.jpg
Views: 3453
Size:  132.5 KB
    Name:  4521.jpg
Views: 3444
Size:  101.7 KB
    Name:  4599.jpg
Views: 3425
Size:  136.9 KB
    Name:  4899.jpg
Views: 3423
Size:  120.7 KB
    Name:  44453h.jpg
Views: 3424
Size:  146.3 KB
    Name:  446762cosbrown.392.jpg
Views: 3416
Size:  125.7 KB
    Name:  amirchrono.jpg
Views: 3413
Size:  115.7 KB
    Name:  chronoqunan.jpg
Views: 3404
Size:  93.6 KB
    Name:  hager l (8).jpg
Views: 3397
Size:  115.9 KB
    Name:  julier.jpg
Views: 3382
Size:  151.2 KB
    Name:  Oerloy1.1940.jpg
Views: 3375
Size:  71.5 KB
    Name:  rockpepsi.1805.jpg
Views: 3386
Size:  124.7 KB
    Name:  stuckxnavitimer.jpg
Views: 3379
Size:  152.1 KB
    Name:  zattori.jpg
Views: 3371
Size:  132.6 KB
    Name:  4282mwcchronoblack.1234.jpg
Views: 3368
Size:  102.0 KB
    Name:  funkyshitbull.jpg
Views: 3357
Size:  101.4 KB
    Name:  4376challenger.jpg
Views: 3375
Size:  141.4 KB

  2. #2
    Member
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Location
    Malfunction Junction Ft Worth Tx
    Posts
    2,948

    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    DEPA:
    What a beautiful collection.
    Words elude me to compliment the pieces.
    My fave? The Hager Chrono. It zings!!!

    X traindriver Art
    DEPA likes this.

  3. #3
    Member BombFish's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2014
    Location
    Sydney, Australia
    Posts
    1,072

    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Ah, stuff I can only do in my silly watch designing dreams. Didn't know you were heavily involved with Stuckx. Good stuff!

    I can almost recognize your design philosophy now.
    DEPA likes this.
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Content




  4. #4
    Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Location
    Antalya, where gods spend their holidays
    Posts
    415

    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Thank you Bombfish. I am trying my best.
    I am so much involved also to other brands, which I cannot disclose here.
    Stephan Trimbos of Stuckx and I are working really closely together. We are partner on Stuckx and some other projects. He is dutch and dutch people in general are easy to cope with.
    I feel that the Netherlands and Australia is catching up with in watchbusiness. So many startups from NZ and AUS and NL nowadays.

    Quote Originally Posted by BombFish View Post
    Ah, stuff I can only do in my silly watch designing dreams. Didn't know you were heavily involved with Stuckx. Good stuff!

    I can almost recognize your design philosophy now.

  5. #5
    Member BombFish's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2014
    Location
    Sydney, Australia
    Posts
    1,072

    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Do you have like a workshop where all your works are in physical display? Antalya looks nice
    DEPA likes this.
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Content




  6. #6
    Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Location
    Antalya, where gods spend their holidays
    Posts
    415

    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    I am not the romantic kind of watchmaker. I am more like a workhorse who simply functions. As much as I love designing and manufacturing watches, I hate wearing them. If I was be wearing watches, for sure I would be having a full set of watches of each model.


    Quote Originally Posted by BombFish View Post
    Do you have like a workshop where all your works are in physical display? Antalya looks nice

  7. #7
    Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Posts
    5

    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Very cool DEPA.

    What software do you use for modeling and rendering?
    It seems like Keyshot, but I may be wrong.

  8. #8
    Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Location
    Antalya, where gods spend their holidays
    Posts
    415

    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    There is not only one Software which we are using. Depending on the task, you must use a whole list of Software. Basically we start with Coreldraw and Illustrator for the preliminary 2D renderings. Then we go ahead and make a 3D model on Solidworks together with the constuction, then we proceed modelling on Blender or 3ds Max and finally the rendering jobs are beeing done on a renderingmachine such as Keyshot or Vray. Depends on the requirements. If we need bumps or postproduction we use Photoshop

    Quote Originally Posted by vsip View Post
    Very cool DEPA.

    What software do you use for modeling and rendering?
    It seems like Keyshot, but I may be wrong.

  9. #9
    Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Posts
    5

    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Thank you for the info, do you also model the stitching?

    And if you don't mind, could you share a story of how you got started in the business?

  10. #10
    Member mpalmer's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2011
    Location
    Middle of the Middle West
    Posts
    26,781

    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Awesome portfolio there! My favorite was the world timer; I think that is a gorgeous design.
    "The stuff that dreams are made of…" - RGM '801 EE Motor Barrel'

Page 1 of 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ... LastLast

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

    Similar Threads

    1. Replies: 21
      Last Post: January 25th, 2014, 23:55
    2. Replies: 0
      Last Post: January 15th, 2014, 17:53
    3. Celebrating 100 years of Seiko Watchmaking
      By KUNISMAN in forum Seiko & Citizen
      Replies: 8
      Last Post: March 20th, 2013, 01:50
    4. Celebrating 100 years of Seiko Watchmaking...but
      By seikomatic in forum Seiko & Citizen
      Replies: 1
      Last Post: March 19th, 2013, 12:30
    5. 2011: Junghans is celebrating 150 years of watchmaking
      By stuffler,mike in forum German watches
      Replies: 0
      Last Post: January 9th, 2011, 16:10

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •