I made these penguins planning to put them into a scene, but after lining the models up in a test scene, it made a cute story of it's own.
I continue to touch up the Orcas I created in Amorphium. I like how easy it is to bend the model from nose to tail, creating a new pose.
Watch out for the natural inhabitants.
I had been working on these strange trees for awhile without much of a subject, until I thought of adding some deer. Now I'm happy.
I first used these Orcas I made in a logo wallpaper project for including on computers sold by Ice-Comp. I'll probably use them again sometime.
A computer crash wiped this image out. Which turned out to be a good thing, because after recreating it, this version of the shark is much better than the original.
I thought I would be disappointed with the realism, but it came out much better than expected.
A simple play on shapes and contrast. I like the way the composition came together.
Hey Dino, Fred's home!This was an experiment in simulating motion with a still image.
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