Rocket Treatment & Breakdown

This is an update to my previous post, Rocket Sims with Maya Fluids - work has been pretty busy lately and I needed a distraction from my current workload. What better way than taking an initial idea and pushing it a bit further. Since I had created a stylistic solution that was starting to feel... Continue Reading →

The simplest O.C….. EVER!

I've built computers for over 15 years now and in that time have only over-clocked 2 computers, and to be honest I'm surprised I didn't destroy them in the process. I generally don't care to O.C. because with my profession I push my machines to the limit, and usually for extended periods of time. O.C'ing... Continue Reading →

Playing around with Mischief

With all the icon/achievement/button work I've been doing lately I started having a look for vector base illustrating applications. There are a lot out there but not all of them lived up to the hype for production use. The Foundry acquired Mischief several months back and over Christmas started posting USD$20 holiday deals - obviously... Continue Reading →

Rocket sims with Maya fluids

With the new machine put together, Maya 2015 installed, and some down time, I thought I should try out some of Maya's new features as well as the new cpu horsepower. Unfortunately there weren't any obvious updates to the fluids system in this version as Bifrost, Xgen, and Bullet stole most of the thunder in... Continue Reading →

New Computer! :D

It's been a long time since I bugged the wife about a new computer, but it was once again the time to start nagging. Thanks to the Turkey-Day holiday deals I was able to finally make that purchase. I went in expecting to buy a processor from the now older x79 chipset generation, but to... Continue Reading →

It’s been awhile… new job!

It's been a hectic few months since leaving my federal govy position as a Lead 3D Artist last year, making the move to Maryland to a small games studio where I'm now the head of the 3D department. Dig-It! creates educational games for kids in middle school using IOS as it's developmental platform. I've only... Continue Reading →

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