I love when I come across old photos. Can't wait to get back to NY this weekend!
After too many years, i've finally moved to a bigger place! Annabel and I upgraded to a 1 bedroom 1 bath with a big study. We can't wait to get back into the groove and start making arts and crafts once we've settled in and unpacked!
Here's the same rendering out of Sketchup and Vray. This one went pretty quick when we used the render farm (just a few minutes), but +1 hour when tried on personal computer.
I've been trying to use auto desk's cloud rendering service lately to try and eliminate some steps (and switching between software). Having to model in SketchUp seems completely useless if I can get good results directly out of Revit, where i'm doing all my modeling and documentation for construction documents.
Had a wonderful weekend at the Grand Canyon! It's so great to get outside and see these wonders of nature! I can't wait to see Yosemite soon!
I had a lot of fun trying out my new microKorg Synthesizer Vocoder. There are so many options and settings, I've barely scratched the surface of what these can do - it also helps that they sound great! I'll be experimenting with this a lot in 2016, and hopefully posting some music here soon!
I had some fun yesterday playing around with an app called "Motionportrait." There is not supposed to be sounds, but there is a few crackles of feedback for some reason... please try to ignore those! The app has a terrible interface and looks corny, and I think was not designed for illustrations - and more for profile photos on websites, but produces some interesting affects for sketches.
Finally starting to wrap up a christmas present i've been working on! My brother asked me to make an "Animal Alphabet" for his newborn. I sketched out most of these in pencil first, and the used prismacolor markers to color them. The letter is an ink stamp, scanned in.
Here's a snapshot from our latest jam session!
Check this out! Ned Dodington and I have been spending weekends at TXRX cutting components for an upcoming art exhibit for the Expanded Environment!