Digital Blasphemy | 3D Wallpaper

Posted on March 7, 2000

Posted on March 6, 2000

  • The 2000 gallery is up, sort of. I’ve made an effort to choose my favorites out of the projects that I’ve been working on, but you may have different opinion on what should be included. I have taken into account all of your feedback about the different versions in making my picks. I am also posting PNG versions (at 1600 x 1200) of the selected images.

    If you find problems in the new pages, or have any comments about them please drop me a line!

    My next order of business is to tackle the Pickle Jar and somehow integrate it with the rest of my collection so you can browse my gallery and easily see the revisions when you choose to do so.

  • Posted a minor update to Sub-Tropic. Nothing too dramatic. I Increased the complexity of the ocean mesh in an attempt to get rid of some of the jagged lines from the first version. I also rearranged the foreground a little.

Posted on March 3, 2000

  • My copy of Lightwave 6 arrived on Friday. I’ve installed it but have purposely kept myself from digging in too deep until I’ve taken care of some unfinished business. Of course, I’ve been waiting for months to get my hands on this new version, so I guess a little while longer won’t hurt.
  • Part of my unfinished business involves writing some code. However, before I put on my programmer’s hat I wanted to post at least one more wallpaper. There are three new images for you to check out today. The first two are “atmospheric” variations on “The Red Planet“. The third image is a my first crack at using World Builder to create surf. I call it “Sub-Tropic“. I may have one or two more renders of this one to show you later…

    Hope you like!

Posted on March 1, 2000

  • A few new items today. I’ve posted the early renders of “Frozen” (in which the moon is not so frozen). These can be found here along with “The Brink“. “The Brink” is kind of an oddball image in that I like the earlier (non-atmospheric) renders better. Jessie really liked this version though, and demanded that I post it. Yes’m!

    I’ve also added “The Red Planet” to the gallery. I just started working on this one yesterday afternoon so you can probably expect to see one or two “developments” in the future. I’d love to hear your ideas on the subject, so don’t hesitate to drop me a line.

  • I was using Alta Vista this morning (waiting for “Red Planet” to finish rendering) and on a lark I decided to type in “Digital Blasphemy” into the box. Here is a screenshot of what I got back. (click here to see for yourself) Note the “related searches” links, which I assume are there because they are popular. I guess it’s better than no one wanting to see your work, right?

Posted on February 26, 2000