I’ve been playing Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010) on my ps3 recently and wanted to share some screenshots I’ve taken. Glad NFS went back to it’s old school roots with cops and racers. Criterion did a super nice job on this game and it’s a blast to play. Hmm…I should start modeling that 911…
So I’ve taken quite a bit of a break from blogging over the past year, as I took a break from Vue for a while and have been up to other things. That isn’t to say I’ve stopped designing/modeling completely. I’m still a broker with Cornucopia 3D, although I haven’t published any new items for [...](more ...)
McSAnimations Log has moved!
I’ve imported all posts/comments to my domain hosted blog (including full archives) and updated/fixed links and images for every post. Soon I will be implementing the code to redirect each McSAnimations Log post to the corresponding post on Breakaway.
The transition over the next couple days should go smoothly, but if you run [...]
Photo-Manipulation 3-4 hours of intensive postwork in Photoshop
[Canon XTi Rebel - Photoshop CS3 Extended](more ...)
The Universe-al Elements sequel goes live today in my Cornucopia 3D store!
Universe-al Elements is back and better than ever! The RELOADED bundle consists of 20 new displacement materials for your Vue scenes. With Computronium, Graviton Moon, Neon Needler, and more, the universe is your only limit!
More details and purchase here.
“Borderlands” is today’s Picture of the Day at e-on software!
Vue 7 Infinite, Photoshop CS3 Extended
Working with custom infinite procedural terrains, function editor, and material editor. Also, using one of my own custom atmospheres. Minor postwork in Photoshop (level adjustments).
A big thank you to the folks over at Cornucopia 3D for selecting “Borderlands” as a Cream of the Crop. It is currently being featured on [...]
I just finished installing a new mobile plugin/theme (wpTouch) for this blog – now Breakaway is iPhone/iPod Touch/Android touch compatible. When viewing Breakaway on a mobile OS, scroll down to the bottom of the blog and you’ll see a button to turn the mobile version on/off (only visible when viewing the blog on your mobile device). [...](more ...)