Test Render: Griffin

I did an entire test render of the Mechanical Griffin before realizing he needed a tail. And the tethers are clunky. Sigh. Time to try another tact. Meanwhile, a quick visit to Vue’s render cow (really—that’s what they call it) reveals… Ugh… exceptionally slow. I mean a it-shouldn’t-be-taking-so-long kind of  slow. The next logarithmic stepRead More

Sometimes Rendering is Like…

Yes, I understand what’s going on during the render: the more materials it starts incorporating, the more that estimated time is going up. It’s still frustrating. Oh well. Back to tangled meshes (yes, my modeling technique needs serious work—self taught means continuous self learning). Hopefully you can still tell that this one is going toRead More

Preoccupation: May 29 through June 30 2018

First of all, I would like to say how honored I am to be exhibiting in the Fifth Avenue Art Gallery. These are sixteen incredible artists representing the mastery of skills from sculpture, acrylic, encaustic, collage and more. My own work in my show will hang for a Month, a prize won from 2017’s 100%Read More