I'm not exactly an artist, but I do own some software such as Bryce and I've dabbled a bit with POV-Ray. I occasionally compose various images with these programs and more. Feel free to browse my gallery. It's not much, but I've decided there's no better place to put them than here. Very new images may not have preview images yet, and may not look their best when scaled down for the preview. Click "View Larger" or the image preview to see a a larger version of an image.
All of these images are made by me and I claim ownership of them. If you would like to use them commercially, please contact me. For private use, please note me as the author and if possible a link back to this page (not the actual image). A fresh render or Bryce files available on request. Time, availablility, and desire to fulfill the request having precedence.
Name says it all.
I'm kinda fascinated by trains, especially steam engines. I took the wheel configuration out of a book illustration originally, but I realize I didn't fare so well on the piston rods. This train wouldn't work in real life. I also ran into some Bryce limitations while working on this, it seemed to want to move the wheel rod nuts around without me.
More "Audiophile" brand gear! I have no idea why I called it a concert speaker, it's more like an over-sized home stereo speaker. It's also got an interesting paint job, otherwise that's some strange wood there. Having actually taken a course on "science of musical sounds" since I created this, I now know that closed-box speakers aren't actually all that great for bass response. I should have put a "tuned port" on the speaker body somewhere to support that massive lower cone.