Digital Blasphemy | 3D Wallpaper

Posted on November 1, 2023

The Gulf of Dreams

Shortly after sharing “Proxima” with you all I got to work adapting the Cinema4D skills I’d learned there to creating a galaxy.   It took a quite a bit of experimentation to come up with something I liked but, again, I learned a great deal about Cinema4D in the process.   Since this software costs me over $1,200 per year I feel like learning to use it properly is a major priority for me 😄

I hope you enjoy it and feel free to share your thoughts in the comments!

PS: If you’ve been thinking of picking up a DB wall calendar for yourself or as a gift today is your day. They are 50% off in my Zazzle store 😊

Posted on October 10, 2023


I usually like to do at least one Halloween render every year and over 20+ years I’ve attempted many of the common tropes (jack-o-lanterns, black cats, vampires, etc).   I wanted to do something a bit different this year.   My oldest son Ian is a fan of listening to spooky podcasts and also enjoys taking midnight walks with me through our wooded neighborhood.   During these walks he would imagine that the creatures he’d heard about were lurking in the dark forest. 

One of these creatures was the “Wendigo“, an evil mythological creature of the originating from the folklore of Plains and Great Lakes Natives.  It is said to have a gaunt, human-like appearance with the face of an animal and horns like a deer.   The Wendigo embodies starvation and the resultant desire to kill and consume human flesh.

It seemed like the perfect theme for a creepy Halloween scene and I hope you enjoy it.   Thanks to Ian for teaching me something new about the world!