A tribute to my father

La Vega. oleo-lienzo. 124 x84 cm.

There’s no need to tell how much I admire my parents and how much I owe to them. I can consider myself lucky to been raised in a family where arts talking where pervasive and my father, humble as a human can be, fail to recognize the great artist he is. Also the wonderful landscapes he paint are all surrounding my home 🙂

Before leaving I’ve quickly set up a gallery to show some of his artworks on Oil and Canvas.

A tribute to my father

Endless polygons

I’m leaving to Cuba tomorrow, many feelings currently got mixed inside me ranging from happiness to sadness, and I can certainly said that I’m not the same who 5 month ago took a plane to Kiev. Somehow I feel much more mature 🙂
I’m very grateful for everything and everyone I’ve met here, first time and first impression are things you never forget and the most valuable memories we carry on through our lives.
And since in a while I will not be able to upload high quality content and cannot be very active in terms of connectivity I’ve made a quick more practical test about LiveClay. This is a quick timelapse I’ve made on a base female head to accomplish an Afro hair style, This was made in a laptop thus limiting the real time capture interval and performing lot’s of background tasks and still I was impressed on how 3DCoat was able to handle +4million triangles without any hassle so I could actually keep adding more and more details to any level without problem, but I’m a lazy skill-less artist so I leave it on hair and earrings :P.
Almost endless polygons!
Note: this is not how 3DCoat 4 will look like!

If you like also the 3DCoat theme you can download it here

Hope you like it!

Endless polygons

2011 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 200,000 times in 2011. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 9 days for that many people to see it.

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2011 in review