Welcome to my POV Gallery! Click on a picture to get a bigger view.
This is my entry for the IRTC "Landmarks" topic. I placed 17th of 87 images. It is a representation of the ancient wonder of the world, "The Pharos of Alexandria," the world's first lighthouse. Unfortunately, it no longer exists today. Criticisms of the image were that the flame was too big, and that the stones were too clean.
"Sunset Over Loch Ness" was my 18th place (out of 94) entry for the IRTC topic of "Unbelievable." Seems the judges thought Loch Ness was more dreary, never that sunny. I just thought it looked cool. :)
"Food Chain 101" was my entry into the November-December 1998 round of the IRTC, under the topic of First Encounters. I came in 9th place, so that wasn't too bad.
"Just Add Brains" was also created because I ran out of time and ideas for the September-October IRTC round. The topic was Water, though my scene actually has no water in it. While a lot of the judges thought it was funny, they didn't think it was a winner. Confidentially, I didn't either. :)
"Elementary, My Dear Watson" was my entry in the
July-August round of the IRTC, under the "Elements" topic. Unfortunately,
the judges either loved it, or hated it, so I didn't do so well. Apparently,
my pun wasn't appreciated by all. :) Oh, well.
This is my award-winning creation for the Internet
Ray Tracing Competition (IRTC), entitled "Just An Otter Day In
Paradise". The topic was "Nature," and I won an Honorable
Mention for Originality, Concept, and Interpretation of Theme! My picture
was ranked 6 out of 106 entries! Click on the link above to see the rest
of the results.
"Dig In!" was also created for IRTC, under the
topic of "Childhood." Unfortunately, due to a problem with my
e-mail, I didn't get a non-corrupt submission in until the day after the
due date. :( So it was posted, but not included in the competition.
"Evening in the City" was produced by a POV Utility I wrote, called CityGen. Please check out my utilities page for more pictures and more information!
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