… are moved to a separate Missing Manuals & More website.

Vue desert shot. More of those in the Landscape galleries.

Enjoy the work of other artists.
They are just My Favorites.
More of them in the Inspiration section.

Just practicing mug shots.
See more of them in the Portraits galleries.

You can download some desktop wallpapers too. More of them in the ‘For You…’ section.

Ground portion of “Good morning Vue!”. See more of these in the Landscape galleries.

Through the Looking Glass, study on refraction. See more of these in the Work in Progress section.

Shot from an ice skating study. See more of these in the Portraits galleries.

Finale of “Mirror in Mirror”. See more of these in the Animation galleries.

Sky portion of “Good morning Vue!”. See more of these in the Landscapes galleries.

Photorealistic Computer Imaging using Vue, Poser and more

Landscapes

PanoramasOutdoor scenes, Architecture, Indoor shots and more, using software like Vue and some Bryce and mojoWorld too.

Portraits

Facials, body shots, group takes and scenes mainly done in Poser, some with DazStudio, some with special rendering (LuxRender, Octane).
Warning / hint: some artistic nudity ahead.

Animation

From hyper-slideshows to real shorts, from outdoor fly-by’s to dance events, as long as it takes music and movement: I’m happy.
There are some oldies too.

Works in Progress

Any ongoing project in any category which has no finished results yet.
Note that the Projects menu also presents some finished projects that deserve a How-to ‘ish presentation.

Tutorials and Reviews

Do visit Missing Manuals, my site on:
– the magz 3DWorld, 3D Creative, CG Arena
– Library of links to artists, studios, …
– Running out of Memory – a 32-bit issue
– Poser – deal with CPU, RAM, File handling
– Correction for Exposure or Gamma?
– Render Passes, Dynamic Cloth & Hair
– and more…

Inspiration

Artists, works, shorts, galleries, websites – anything goes. My Favorites actually, but not only the names and links. Enjoy, and get inspired.
Please note that this section refers to the works of other people, not mine.
Warning / hint: some artistic nudity ahead.

For you…

Some images are made to be used, instead of to be displayed only.
Desktop Wallpapers
eCards
– and more stuff
They all come free, naturally.

Early Works

Pro’s never do it on their site, but I’m happy to show some growth over the years.
– From old site logo’s (3DS Max)
– To scenes using any software around,
– And some animations too.

Contact & About

Like to send me a message?
Want to get some personal background?
Curious about the systems I’m running?
It’s all in here!

Cornelis 2500 (and more)

April 2010: Cornelis (RocSerum) is celebrating his 2500th contribution to Renderosity. My congratulations. Just visit Cornelis on Renderosity and show your regards. Also read the RocSerum interview, with this inspiring artist. RocSerum Rocks. Januari 2013: in the meantime, his gallery exceeds 3000 images. 1 I like This

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Turning Torso’s

The Turning Torso images were inspired on the Malmö Turning Torso, and the freebie unit modeled by ColaCola.   By placing three of them together, the 90* twist makes that all sides are in view. Camera at the floor looking upright, with some trees for depth and color contrast, rendered in Vue. 2 I like This

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Dmytry’s Planet (shots)

Dmytry’s planet panoramas were made with the MojoWorld generator, deploying Dmytry’s volumetrics plugin. MojoWorld generates entire planets (terrains, clouds, oceans, forests, …) in 3D, eventually animated as well. From that planet, various shots were rendered. Click a thumbnail above, and enjoy the shots. You can switch to slideshow-mode as well. Some of the shots were then assembled into two full 360* panoramas, which you can see here and here. aRtBee 2008 0 I like This

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Dmytry’s Panorama 1

Dmytry’s planet panoramas were made with the MojoWorld generator, deploying Dmytry’s volumetrics plugin. MojoWorld generates entire planets (terrains, clouds, oceans, forests, …) in 3D, eventually animated as well. From that planet, two full 360* panoramas were rendered. In small steps, then assembled with the Zoner panorama builder. You can enjoy those individual shots here. Scene 1 was shot at 0.15 North, 90.25 West, 1300m up at 12:00 hours. Click the thumbnail above, then move your mouse (right to left) to…

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Dmytry’s Panorama 2

Dmytry’s planet panoramas were made with the MojoWorld generator, deploying Dmytry’s volumetrics plugin. MojoWorld generates entire planets (terrains, clouds, oceans, forests, …) in 3D, eventually animated as well. From that planet, two full 360* panoramas were rendered. In small steps, then assembled with the Zoner panorama builder. You can enjoy those individual shots here. Scene 2 was shot at 20.0 North, 80.0 West, 1700m up at 12:00 hours. Click the thumbnail above, then move your mouse (right to left) to…

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eCards Gallery

These are the eCards, available from the eCards page. Stay here to view them in detail, just click one to start a larger view or slideshow. Go there to send your card. XMas Candles, in Cinema4D Make A Note, early Bryce Through the Looking Glass, early Bryce with high IOR / short focus effects Ice Fun (close up), Poser Ice Fun, Poser and Vue background Feel free to comment on the images in this gallery. 0 I like This

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Early Shorts

In 2003 / 2004 I got the inspiration fro creating two shorts, 3 to 4 minutes each, using Cinema4D. The ‘blocks’ version of Mirror in Mirror came first. I learned the basics of object, light and camera variation, and could do my final titling in 3D as well. Some scenes appeared to reflection intense, and so calculation intense that they took a whole day per frame. check out the Low Res / High Res version of this short The ‘smart’ version of…

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The Olde Works

Some years ago I decided to start focusing on just a few pieces of software: Poser, Vue and Photoshop. Before that, I wandered around and used all sorts of kit. Not that productive, but not that bad either. Here’s some overview. 0 I like This

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Old Site Logo’s

One day, in the previous century, I created my first website. It used graphic icons instead of menus, and they turned from B/W to color when the mouse hovered over. Here they are, in ‘still’ format. 0 I like This

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Wallpapers I

Here are some Wallpapers, just for you. Right-click, then Save As, to grab them. Just resize or adjust them to your own requirements. 1. Machine Hall Moto 2560 x 1280 dual monitor wallpaper. Machine Hall and two Harley Indian Summer cycles, rendered in Bryce. 2. Cornfield 2560 x 1024 dual monitor wallpaper. Dream scene. Composition and color balances represent full harmony, the barn and woods at the left represent shelter, the birds at the right represent interese and dynamics. 3.…

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