You may remember my Yale Center for British Art series, done with 3ds Max and Corona. Well, it’s just been picked by Ronenbekerman as the best visualization of 2016! Knowing how many great artists post their work on Ronen’s site, this is certainly a fantastic feeling, and an encouragement to keep doing this. Thanks Ronen!
So nice to see one’s personal project being used to market a real property. Here a few grabs from the website of Haus Lademann, a super high-end conversion of an historic riverside building in Berlin’s central district. I’ll update with photos of the site when the posters go up. More details here. Of course, this … Continued
Nice to see one of my images of the Maison de Verre being given such a nice showing in the latest issue of Canada’s Sharp: The Book for Men. There is no mention anywhere of it being CG, but given the few enquiries I’ve received about publishing those in recent months, I assume there must … Continued
Now that came out of the blue – and what a nice surprise! When the Ronenbekerman newsletter landed in my inbox the other day and I quickly opened it as I usually do, I was surprised and delighted to see that Maison de Verre had been picked as the best visualization of 2013. I can just say … Continued
If you happen to be a Lufthansa frequent flyer, you should have received this in the post last week. In addition to a nice and beautifully illustrated piece on Peter Zumthor, this month’s issue of ‘Exclusive’, the airline’s magazine for card members, features an insightful story by Christian Tröster on the state of the rendering … Continued
Blogging is a fine thing, but even after all these years, nothing quite beats seeing one’s oeuvre on paper. I’ve had a few bits and pieces appear in ye old medium lately, ranging from the informative to the introspective. At the workmanlike end of the spectrum, you may want to check the workshop I produced … Continued
Wonderful news today. Like last year, one of my images has made it onto the Archviz Stills shortlist for the 2012 3DWorld CG Awards. Together with images by Blackhaus; Notos and Alfa Smyrna, the jury picked an image from my Chicago Loft series. Have a look and if you think it is deserved, your vote … Continued