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  • Kids’ Animal Whisperer T-Shirts December 9, 2015
    Now that the grownups are happy, it's time to focus on the little ones. Kids' versions of my Animal Whisperer t-shirts are here! The colors are slightly different than the adult unisex shirts but still include a wide selection to choose from (17 colors!). They're printed on the same 100% fine jersey cotton, and every […]

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Autumn City Hall – Update 4

March 17th, 2015|

Started working on the back side of City Hall at the end of last week. I’m going on a little less reference than the front side since I don’t have an elevation drawing […]

Autumn City Hall – Update 3

March 16th, 2015|

Down the road, I plan to add the building’s surroundings. Because this is a fictional history project, I’d like to build the area up in the timeline I imagine for the area with small […]

Autumn City Hall – Update 2

March 15th, 2015|

Here is an update on the building with the sides in place. Needs windows still. Trying to decide how much style variation I want around the building. Also starting to think about motifs […]

Autumn City Hall – Update 1

March 14th, 2015|

I’ve started work on the main centerpiece of Autumn, Virginia – City Hall. I designed this building in the Second Empire french architectural style, common for the 19th century when this building was […]

Sketches of City Hall

March 11th, 2015|

Now that I’m finished with the basic plan of the city, I’m starting to think about the major buildings including City Hall, the train station, and grand hotel. Autumn City Hall was built […]

Fire Simulation Tests for Fireplace Scene

November 7th, 2014|

As you can see, I’ve been playing with fire. I do not mess with fire in real life, never have. This type is completely safe, though!

After Blender 2.71 came out, I decided to […]

Second Empire Mansion Estate – test7

November 6th, 2014|

Moving back to the front of the house, here are the edited porch steps. I thought they were looking too similar to the rear steps with the balustrade continuing down to the ground level, […]

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