It struck me that I haven’t seen a shiny, blue rendition of the stomach with its associated vasculature before. Well, that all changes now. Happy New Year, internet!
A mostly accurate rendition of the blood vessels supplying the stomach.
And here are my top 100 songs from 2017 – a healthy mix of stoner rock and bluegrass strings.
Last weekend was a time to contemplate the beauty of derpy animals. Hopefully just the beginning of a wonderful friendship.
On a somber note, Canada lost a talented musician last month. Thank you Gord and the Tragically Hip for bringing stories of the marginalized and obscure across the country to light. You were the first band I saw in concert, formed in my college town, and I had a blast (drinking watery Molson Canadian) listening to you at the Ottawa Bluesfest a few summers ago. You will be missed.
All I can say is that Maya is a powerful software with its own agenda. What folly to think I could simply make a forest.
No, no there must be a forest sphere.
… may post more finds as I journey through this dark UX.
Additional Maya subversions:
(Featuring a cabin surrounded by botched instances courtesy of the evil plugin, Xgen. And a spooky reflective sphere)
Posted in 3D, Nature, Silly
spent a good portion of 2016 doodling this guy into a rainy street:
drawn while watching the sweet Irish-Canadian show Vikings, listening to a few nerd audiobooks (American Gods, The Emperor’s Blades, Ready Player One), and hanging out with family, among other cool things.
here are some progress comps!
Having recently returned from a 3 day cabin stay without internet or data (at point no point), a few unanswerable questions occurred to us. I present them here, illustrated in ink and firewood coals, for posterity.
which I pronounce in my head, oliphant.
It’s been a while since an article has brought tears to my eyes. A beautiful look at the recent change in Canada’s government.
And some forlorn(?) Folk for Friday
Getting back to modeling with a new project.
And lapping up podcasts..
And, some unrelentingly uplifting Canadian music:
Any Day Now – Jon and Roy