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Cyan Shine

I named a front page of my site after this one. I always really liked this one... it was based off of “Fire Planet” (below), but I changed it around quite a bit. Unfortunately, about 3/4 of the way through rendering it, I lost part of the scene file and had to recreate it; you can see a horizontal line where the cyan light becomes darker, since I wasn’t able to match the color exactly. Someday I’ll rerender it!

Created on January 11, 2001

Bright Tree

A lot of work went into this image. The tree was created in POV-Ray’s Scene Description Language with a recursive macro. The whole point of this scene was to recreate the way I once saw the sunlight shine through the trees and into smoke during a barbecue. The real thing was a lot better. =) Sometimes you can see the same effect in a forest on a cloudy morning.

Created on September 14, 2000

Ocean Sphere

This was the only image I ever created with Mega-POV, a popular unnoficial version of POV-Ray. The ripples were defined as an “isosurface” - an object defined by a mathematical function and approximated during rendering. It makes a nice desktop background.

Created on July 9, 2000


I originally planned on the maze being a lot bigger and cooler than it is here. Nonetheless, I am happy with this image.

Created on July 8, 2000


I made this image pretty quickly. I may rerender it someday to make it cleaner; POV-Ray sometimes renders height fields strangely, creating the artifacts at the water level in this image.

Creation date unknown

Fire Planet

This image lost a lot when it was compressed to JPEG format, and I’ve since lost the original copy, so you’ll have to forgive the bad quality. I played around with media a lot in this one, and am more or less happy with the way the fire turned out.

Created on February 5, 2000

Metal Planet

I based this image off a sketch I had done. Although the lighting in this version looks better, the sketch had more detail in it. This was my first real experiment with fog being lit up by light.

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This was my first ever complete 3D image.

Created on November 30, 1999

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