From SusoSight

Ok, I'll admit, I'm not much of an artist, but I enjoy doing it and isn't that the point? When I spend time on a piece I think that the outcome isn't that bad.


Hey, why not? Surprisingly, I can't find anything else on the web having to do with 1 dimensional art.

Meteors Heading Towards An Ocean
The Light At The End Of The Tunnel


Self Portrait

My first dabbings into digital 2D art where on the Amiga using Deluxe Paint. I made an animation of a car, a house, a logo for a BBS and so on. I really started to get interested in 2d after I discovered Photoshop in 1996 and really learned about it in a class I had in 97. Then I discovered Gimp. Gimp, being open source, had a lot more to offer and less constraints on what I could do.


My 3D Gallery

Theme: "Hidden Treasure"
"Going Down" made in Blender
"Apple Still Life" made in Blender
The Lone Cherry

I think I've been intriged by 3D raytraced images since I first saw Tron at the drive-in when I was 6. When my parents bought an Amiga in 1990, one of the first programs my dad bought for me was Imagine, an early 3d raytracer. I never made anything spectacular with it and all my images are locked away forever on old Amiga floppies. But I learned a lot about how rendering works.


Balloons holding shoes