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    Some of My Past Favorite Finished Projects

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    It has been a while since I posted anything in Finished Projects, and I thought I'd catch up and share with you some of my favorite Blender projects over the past couple of years.

    These projects were created and finalized in Blender using procedural textures and the internal renderer with render nodes.

    Many, if not most of these, are Blender Artist Weekend Challenge projects.

    I really enjoy the constraints of the challenge as well as the more general challenge of exploring Blender's creative potential in various ways.

    The truth is, I have yet to exhaust that potential, and, there is much I have yet to learn and explore. For me, it's an endless adventure and education!

    Thank you for viewing my works, and many thanks to this community and all the developers who have helped to make Blender what it is today.


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    Cygnus Ascension

    Escaping Extinction

    Communication Theory




    Facing the Dragon, Yourself

    Paleolithic Passage

    Scuff, the Staticky Dragon

    The Doubter, the Dreamer, and the Doer

    Punked and Steamed

    The Danger of an Unread Book

    Gingerassic World

    Weightlessly Waiting for Light

    Intervals (Between Silence and the Notes)

    Fearless through the Shadow Valley

    Her Debussian Ring Tone

    Humanizing the Machine

    Letting Machines Do All the Thinking

    Blues Guitarist

    Flame-Resitant Moth

    The Wonders of Learning

    The Good Troll



    Beyond the World You Know

    Uncertainty Principle

    Faith Moves Mountains

    Transcendental Etude

    The Radiance of Stars Is Wthin You

    Beyond Yourself

    Time Past

    Let Freedom Ring


    To Understand More about the Universe


    You can explore more of my recent and past works at my website.

    Thanks again for checking out my stuff!
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    Member Photox's Avatar
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    Incredible stuff, Robert T. Punk and steamed, and scuff a couple of my favorites. Truly inspiring, and I really mean that. I saw the Good Troll, and sculpted a Bad Troll that same weekend. Keep on keepin' on!
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    Photox: Thank you so very much for your response. As long as I've been using Blender, I know I can go further, and I have been trying to do that in recent years, building on experiences while trying new things. Your artistic efforts and successes are also admirable and impressive.

    I have always been thankful for the encouragement and support this community has provided over the years, and, just to be able to post these images at this point here means a lot.

    I wish you and all my fellow Blender artists all the best and look forward to seeing more amazing works.


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    It has been a long while, Robert. Great to see you here again.

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    reynante: Thank you very much, and, yes it has been quite a while

    Perhaps too long, given the lack of responses here, LOL.

    Well, I will not be updating this thread. I created it partly in response to all those who encouraged me to post in Finished Projects over the years.

    It does seem more Blender users are interested in photorealism/Cycle renders these days, thanks in great part to the amazing work of the Blender developers on the Cycles rendering system.

    My hardware limitations have always made Blender's internal renderer a far more attractive and expeditious option, and, over the years, I've had to come up with various solutions for ambitious projects.

    Thankfully, I'm able to apply more of that experience in my Weekend Challenge works these days. Things which would have taken me weeks or months, years ago, I can now do in days, but, as I look over my creations, I am always left with the understanding there is still so much left to learn and so much further to go in terms of creativity.

    I do look forward to learning Cycles at some point, but, Blender's internal renderer with its render nodes still offers so much.

    I hope, at the very least, the works I posted in this thread offer some examples of the native power of Blender's classic render capabilities.

    Thanks again to anyone who expressed enthusiasm in my creative works and technical achievements in Blender.

    I will continue working at it all


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    Hi Robert! Your artwork is in a different league all together. So much good work here.
    It has always been a wonderful source of inspiration and your use of internal render engine is amazing.

    I would love to see the makingof of some of these. Specially the Her Debussian Ring Tone.
    How did you achieve the 2d artstyle there? What was your material and light setup?
    3D, 2D and caricatures. My portfolio at artstation.

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