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U St. SW
|| 9/3/2005 || 1:43 pm || 3 Comments Rendered || ||

: rendered at 18,000 X 12,000 :

This is the last of the series. I’d like to place them all by each other, either digitally (most likely) or once printed out ($100+ required) to compare and contrast the role of the location of the orthographically correct imagery plays in each rendering. I’d like to continue making this comparison style of rendering but it’s 4 times as much work. I have to make 4 modified images in photoshop, then render 4 different versions of it, and well, this takes more time than I want to spend on a rendering!

However, I would like to use the quadrant system in a different context, and maybe obtain imagery of F St. NW, NE, SW, SE and have four completely different parts of the city represented in 4 different renderings title F St. NW, F St. NE, F St. SW, and F St. SE. That would be interesting, but I doubt that will be made anytime soon. I want to make some more Adams Morgan renderings, and use the Columbia Heights / Mount Pleasant imagery I have. My goal is to eventually have just about every neighborhood of Washington, DC rendered, so far so good :)

view rendering details:

: zoom to center :
: detail of my house near a seam :


Post Title: U St. SW
Posted in: DC, Dodecagon, Location, Quilt, Renderings, U st, Ward1



  1. seriously — this is the biggest tease filled with such agonizing anticipation!! ;) I MUST see them side by side!!!
    Of course it would be nice to see them all printed up ….but it will be mind blowing to see the comparisons digitally as
    well. In all the fantastic work that I’ve seen of yours, this is by far my favorite project!

    Comment by jayla — 9/6/2005 @ 10:26 am

  2. seriously — this is the biggest tease filled with such agonizing anticipation!! ;) I MUST see them side by side!!!
    Of course it would be nice to see them all printed up ….but it will be mind blowing to see the comparisons digitally as
    well. In all the fantastic work that I’ve seen of yours, this is by far my favorite project!

    Comment by jayla — 9/6/2005 @ 10:26 am

  3. I can’t wait to get them all printed out so you can really see the detail!

    Soon! grrrr…. I hate waiting for the money to roll in….

    Comment by admin — 9/8/2005 @ 5:48 pm

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