|| 6/5/2005 || 12:23 pm || Comments Off on party hoppin’ || ||
8 place in one night!
1. A CEO’s house (DuPont) 7pm
2. A friend’s house (Ballston) 9:30
3. A second friend’s house (Clarendon) 10:pm
4. A House Party (Arlington) 11:00pm
5. Toka (DC) 1:00
6. birthday party at Mantis (DC) 1:45
7. Another friend’s house (DC) 2:15
8. El Tamarindo (Adams Morgan) 2:30
that’s one busy Saturday night!
…good times :-)
The Blue Marble
|| 6/2/2005 || 12:39 pm || Comments Off on The Blue Marble || ||
I just discovered the “Blue Marble” imagery from NASA. This is the same imagery that is used to drape the globe in NASA’s software program “World Wind.” After looking through the website, I found that they have the links up to download the 21,000 X 21,000 tif file of the entire earth at 1km per pixel. I can’t wait to download it! Once I have it, I can snag imagery of any country around the world for one of my renderings, which is nice because I just got a request to make a rendering using Scotland, but didn’t have the imagery. VERY EXCITED :-)
See related Blue Marble imagery:
|| 6/1/2005 || 1:10 am || Comments Off on Georgetown Lenz || ||
I think this one turned out excellent. What I like most is the way that M St. is on the edge of the rendering and at the dead center (zoom above) is the GWU hospital. I look forward to making Georgetown Lenz #2 using the same template as with DC Lenz #4!
I just started a commissioned piece, but instead of just rendering it outright, I setup the scene, saved the file, and then began making an AWESOME animation. Once the animation is finished the saved file will get the proper treatment too. Here’s a hint, you’ve never seen Baltimore like I am seeing it now!
view rendering detail: