Yet another work-in-progress render. My older brother wanted to see how quickly his computer could render compared to mine, so I rendered this: Final render time: 21 minutes on my computer, 6 minutes on his.
Some work-in-progress fan art for the novella Red Rain. I had intended to recreate the opening scene from the book, however, as this is very much a spare time project, I have no clue if that will ever happen. Attentive observers might note that I’ve deviated from the description given in the book by adding a … Continue reading
I recently had the chance to help with the special effects for the science fiction film Remember. It’s going to be an awesome movie, and you should really check it out! In fact, you should go pre-order it right now! Or, if you prefer, go read their synopsis, and then pre-order it. Most of the effects I created … Continue reading
I made another box for Simply Charlotte Mason! However, it wasn’t a cardboard box this time. The rest of the video was made by the cool people over at Phantom Moose Films.
I made this aluminum palm tree during a science experiment for school. The tree had nothing to do with the science experiment, but it was fun to make.
This is my entry for the Blender Guru christmas contest.
I’ve updated my ocean render a little bit. This render has increased detail on the foreground elements.
Here’s what I think a space station that created artificial gravity with diamagnetism would look like.
I recently finished adding a sign to a video clip for the short film A House for Marge. There was a little trouble with the sign not blowing in my wind simulation, but after a little research I discovered a way to fix the problem. For more on the film, you can visit the production … Continue reading