If you can call it that! In my free time, I like making both 2D and 3D digital art. My software of choice are Bryce 3D, Infini-D 4.5, and Adobe Photoshop CS6. This page will be updated relatively frequently; I always have some new piece or the other in the works...

3D Renders


Cotton Candy Crystals
My first-ever Bryce scene, which I was told was well-enjoyed... somehow.

Game Board
A simple scene of an oddball piece on an (admittedly dysfunctional) game board.

Moons
I think this one kind of looks like an album cover.

Magic Spiral
Anything can be "magic" when you make it out of transparent crystal and stick a light inside.

Irony
The pillar-and-ball in the center mimic the Infini-D logo, despite this being a Bryce render.

Third Player Unaccompanied
The less normal sequel to Game Board.

Flooded Hallway
I'm not really sure what this is, other than a precursor to the render on the right.

Untitled Mockup
I used Photoshop to slap some graphics on top of this simple render, making a mock screen from some kind of '90s-era edutainment game.

house
An experiment in using Bryce as not intended. I really like how this one turned out.

2D Art


Z
Mostly-from-memory fanart of a character I saw in the sidebar of a long-gone website.

I have poor organizational habits when it comes to 2D art. Please be patient while I scour my storage devices for the rest of it.

...yes, I am working on a better way of viewing this in both old and new browsers.