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 few weeds here and there, even though the book mentions that there aren’t any plants. 😉
The brown color on the doors is a placeholder. Bonus points for anyone who knows what color the doors are supposed to be. Extra bonus points if you know without looking it up. Super extra bonus points for Aubrey if she can remember without looking it up. 😛
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 were for a fight scene near the end involving high-voltage stun rods, so here’s a few of those for your enjoyment:
Today is Hypercard’s 25th birthday. In honor of this momentous occasion I spent a lot of time looking through all the old things I made using Hypercard.
Wait, you don’t know what Hypercard is?
Hypercard was an amazing tool that put the power to create awesome computer programs into the hands of the average person. With an easy-to-learn coding system, and some simple drawing tools, Hypercard provided hours of creative fun to my childhood days.
Unfortunately this masterpiece no longer runs on modern computers. There have been several attempts to create programs like Hypercard, but none of them have ever been able to match the simple, intuitive interface that was Hypercard.
And now, I’d like to present to you some of the things I created with Hypercard. Continue reading Happy Birthday Hypercard!
This is my entry for the Blender Guru christmas contest.