Some of the images that follow are over a megabyte each. And yes, most of it's not even art.
This section of the website should have probably been under the interests section. But the amount of time I've wasted on digital "art" tends to warrant its own section. I suppose everybody needs a creative outlet, this is mine. I had a lot of stuff on my computer at home, but problems with the computer and such have forced people at home to format the disks. Sad. But ahh well, I can redraw them whenever I have the time. (Yeah right).
All the stuff on this portion of the site can't be classified as artwork, but will reside here anyway. I have, however, classified it into different categories for clarity. The images are released on this license.
Digital Photo Manipulations
I was listening to Meteora the other day when it struck me that I hadn't browsed the "enhanced" portion of the cd. So I popped the cd into my computer and went through some of the stuff there. Among other things, there was this pretty cool video called the "Art of Meteora" which gave a small peek at the process that goes into the art and the music this band creates. Anyway, this got my "creative juices" flowing. I rushed over to the Linkin Park homepage, and found some stencils of their band logo/name. Since I'm particularly fond of Reanimation, I decided to work with that avatar of the text. Here are two of the results. They are supposed to be "opposites", the first showing the icy text forming over a cool blue lake. The other is a more metallic, hot, chrome feel which I feel has come out better. Of course, these images were rendered with The GIMP.
Here is a simple image I've rendered at the university. It was made following one of tigerT's tutorials. I've called it.. Night. This image was rendered with The GIMP.
And here's another. It's based on a similar theme as the previous picture. I've called it Origin and it's supposed to be representative of the birth of a star. This image was rendered with The GIMP.