We have constructed a computer model for simulation of point sources imaged on CCDs. An attempt has been made to ensure that the model produces “data” that mimic real data taken with two-D detectors. To be realistic, such simulations must include randomly generated noise of the appropriate type from all sources. The synthetic data are output as simple one-D integrations, as two-D radial slices, and as three-D intensity plots. Each noise source can be turned on or off so they can be studied independently as well as in combination to provide insight into the image components.