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The site plans and reconstructions in my portfolio have been produced using a variety of techniques, from traditional pen and ink methods to a more modern approach of producing the images in Cinema 4D and Sketch-up, for a variety of projects. These range from the usual site location plans, through to scaled floor plans of Roman and Medieval sites, to reconstructions of 4th Century Hadrian's Wall to Newcastle Keep and Iron Age Settlements.

 

A reconstruction of 4thC. Birdoswald. (Created for The book, End of Empire, by Rob Collins)
A reconstruction of Brocolita Mithraic Temple on Hadrian's Wall
A plan of Viking raids on England.
A reconstruction of a milecastle.
A plan of Hadrian's Wall, including forts and roads
A reconstruction of a milecastle.
A reconstruction of the temple of Bacchus, Baalbek, Lebanon.
A plan of the North of Roman Britain showing major sites.
A reconstruction of the temple of Evora in Portugal.
A reconstruction of a milecastle.
A reconstruction of a grannary at Arbeia Roman Fort.
A reconstruction of a section of Hadrian's Wall.
A reconstruction of a Roman Watchtower.
A reconstruction of a section of Hadrian's Wall.
A reconstruction of Houseteads Roman Fort.
A reconstruction of a Roman Milecastle.

A Reconstruction of the Principia at Houseteads in the 4th C. (Created for The book, End of Empire, by Rob Collins)

A reconstruction of Vindoland Roman Fort inthe 4th C. (Created for The book, End of Empire, by Rob Collins)

A reconstruction of an Iron-Age settlement at Pegswood, Northumberland (Created for a book cover)

A reconstruction of the Newcastle Keep in the 12C. (Used in the Castle Keep guidebook, postcards and City Heritage displays)

A reconstruction of a roman latrine, from Arbeia.
A reconstruction of a Roman Market.
A reconstruction of a Roman Watch Tower.
Recent Display panels.