In this areas you are going to find a random collection of very interesting resources for anyone interested in computer graphics, education, maths, visual arts and more… hope you enjoy this little bag of goodies.
After Autodesk decision to abandon Softimage I took upon myself to use my little spare time to help the community to transition to what I believe is the best tool for any FXTD and CG artist. Given its steep learning curve I though it would be great to try to compare Softimage to Houdini from an artistic point of view and skill all the very technical details for those who are interested. The first incarnation was hosted in my Dropbox account but soon I was reaching the 200Gb download limit so it has been great to see Side Effects stepping […]
For the past eleven years I have been lucky enough to be at the right time in the right place and with the help of very talented people we managed to produce some truly amazing work, I feel fortunate enough to have built my career in a time in which the craft was more valuable than ever, but even more important has been the role of certain tools that enabled us to produce that work.
Another amazing surprise to see Playstation “Mountain” still going strong and being recognised in such a way again. I was part of the this incredible project and it is a pleasure the feeling I have got when the director says; “It should have been impossibly hard, but it was just a job where everything went right.” Let’s refresh our memories
Seems during the last days the hosting company have changed the underlaying hardware that keeps this site running and on the way have changed the domain name servers, due to this the site has been two days offline while trying to figure out the problem.
Finally managed to have a bit of time to fix the organisation of categories and the main menus, sure enough this should be cleaner and more readable while keeping the content intact. In case you have some links to some articles please check they are still valid as the way the paths are built will be affected, something Google loves ;-) In any case, the most important change is that I have grouped all CGI subjects, from events, business to XSI tutorials under one menu. Enjoy
Today everything came together as I haven’t managed to put into words some of my feelings with the latest products from Google, a company that somehow is morphing from search to something terrifyingly different, a data mining company and the level of the event is such I couldn’t really comprehend the impact.