art

Visual, static art: photos, drawings, 3-D renderings, photos of sculpture, etc.

3D-printed burr puzzle

Burr puzzle, assembled

http://www.swazilandforum.com/?n=come-guadagnare-soldi come guadagnare soldi I read Scientific American religiously as a child. Sometime around 1980, in Martin Gardner’s “Mathematical Games” column, he reprinted a woodcut from an 1893 book called Puzzles Old And New by one Professor Hoffman. The illustration showed the pieces and assembled form of what Hoffman called the “Nut” puzzle, and Gardner explained that there were many variations of this puzzle.

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Portrait of Dad

Portrait of Dad

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Cayuga Lake II

Cayuga Lake II

sätta in pengar länsförsäkringar forex “I draw our lake again.” [Definite sense of wanting something more from the previous work. Dad helped selecting tools and gave general guidance on where to put the water and trees by gesturing; Clara did all drawing with Wacom tablet.]

Cayuga Lake I

Cayuga Lake I

opcje binarne jak obstawiać “I draw our lake.” [Topic declared; An underwater image, I think. Dad helped select tools; all drawing by Clara in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet.]

New media

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Big waterfall

It’s been bugging me that Clara hasn’t seen any of Ithaca’s waterfalls. (Well, she did last year, but she doesn’t remember that.) She saw this puny little stream flowing over rocks at the Buffalo Zoo, and it was very nice and otters were playing in it and all, but she kept talking about the “water falling,” and, once instructed, the waterfall. We live in Waterfall Central, so her experience needed widening. binäre option betrug read more...

Hutch Owen's Farting Around

Hutch Owen's Farting Around

For almost a year on-and-off, I’ve been working on a 3-D model of the Hutch Owen character from my old friend Tom Hart’s comic books. This month, I completed his body and made it fully animatable. Check out his Hutch Web page to see if the model matches the character.

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Sir Saynomore's Last Quest

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Dawn of Exploration

Dawn of Exploration

I did this in Ray Dream Studio. At some point (before various corporate transformations), they used it on the Ray Dream product box and promotional literature.

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