Archive for the ‘Renders’ Category
Since I’m not planning on creating a regular place for wallpaper, it’ll have to go here. This is Horseshoe Mesa, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ. I captured the terrain with Google Sketchup’s interface to Google Earth imagery. Each band represents 50 feet of elevation change. Through the kindness of others (mostly Mom and Dad,) I was able to go backpacking here twice in my teens. Awesome memories.If you like this image, please use it.
This is my design proposal for the homepage of a mythical company called Sky. We drew a genre from a “hat”–mine was handmade toys.
This is Darwin. He’s the mascot for my app development project. I’m tickled with him, so I decided to share.
We’ve been talking about photographic evidence, critical reading, and the value of context in Networked Cultures. The way I see it, if you can’t find a way to have fun with something, you should leave it behind–probably forever. (I know, sometimes it’s not that easy.)
In the news: Astronomers deliver clearest ever photos of extrasolar world.
But how trustworthy is this image? What if we could travel back in time to the moment it was created?
<hint: Click the image to see the full-size version.>