Friday, May 31, 2013

Suzanne is dead

( Old Blender Exercise )

Visual Song

Take it easy!
Too many pictures in this page! 
Let's put some sound here.
Look a song:


Have a nice day ! 

Dou Gong

I know, everyone knows what it means Dou Gong.
Remember something about traditional Chinese architecture.

Talk does not cook rice.
( Chinese proverbs )

"Xie xie !"

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Chess & Snow

My promo for 

And now, put your 3D glasses and watch this in full screen.

Anaglyph red-cyan:

Thank you !

Hunt a Oscar flayng fish from PY

                No comment is a phrase used as a response to journalistic inquiries which the respondent does not wish to answer.

Monday, May 27, 2013


Today I will show a simple antiquity.
This 3D object is made only with fluid simulation.
Render with AO and GI.
No material, no texture.
I have used only two different colored lights.
Hope you enjoy.

My Links :

Thank you !

The Pantheon Theatre

         The Pantheon Theatre was constructed in 1919 on the corner of 5th and Main Street in Vincennes, Indiana.
         The Pantheon Theatre opened in May 1921, it hosted lots of national stars, Broadway shows, and local productions for decades.
         For years, the Pantheon played host to some of Hollywood's most famous performers such as Duke
Ellington, James Dean, Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy, Count Basie, Sally Rand, Roy Rogers and  The 
         Red Skelton who was born in Vincennes, Indiana performed here as a young comic and at one point he tried unsuccessfully to purchase this theatre. In December of 1939, Duke Ellington performed here.
         The Pantheon was the first theater in the Midwest to be air conditioned and the first in Vincennes to show a talking movie. It was built to hold 1200 people in a space full of ornamental plaster and painted details. It had a large stage and eleven dressing rooms, and it was the only facility in the area that was able to
handle road shows from Broadway.
        After TV became so popular, the Pantheon closed in 1961.

       In May 2006, plans were announced to restore and eventually reopen the theatre.
       Hopefully, the restoration will be completed, and The Pantheon Theatre will become the grand theater it 
once was.

          I tried to model The Pantheon Theatre in 3D space.
                                 Hope you enjoy.  
                                 (I know, it's not perfect)

Thank You !