What Was He Thinking?

Having some talent in music, I have absolutely none with art (my brother and sister stole all the thunder there). For years I experimented, unsuccessfully, with different media until I discovered Bryce 3D. Bryce allowed me to use my engineering skills to create the images that have eluded me for so long. All images here were rendered with Bryce with the exception of the photo retouch work which was done in Photoshop.

I originally purchased Bryce with almost no research beforehand, to illustrate some complex mechanical designs I'd done. I'm not sure a picture is worth a thousand words, but it was sure worth 30 pages of 2D CAD drawings. After a month or so it became clear to me that Bryce could do more than just "work" work. I have experimented with other similar applications over the years but I keep coming back to this one. I had the privilege of beta testing Bryce 5. The opportunity to work with advanced users as well as the developers at Corel was a unique experience and I learned a great deal.

These personal images were created for no other purpose than recreation. They go where they go and they end when they look finished to me (or I get bored). They are more a journey than a destination. Please respect the copyright and don't use these images without permission.

Tools Of The Trade (The Arsenal)

Most of the original models were created with AutoCAD, Rhino, Poser, Onyx Tree and L-System although some were created directly within Bryce. All the images in the gallery were rendered in Bryce, Carrara or Poser. Retouch, restoration and optimization work was done with Adobe Photoshop and a tablet.