I'm a big fan of 3D art, and, like a lot of fans, I've tried my hand at doing some of my own. I'm still not good enough to produce complex animations with all sorts of extravagant features -- you know, like plot -- but maybe one day.
Currently, I do most of my animations with a combination of Lightwave 7.5 and Inspire 3D, both by Newtek. My main 2D app is Paint Shop Pro, and I do video editing in a combination of Animation Shop, Aura and MediaStudio. If you'd like to know more about how I do my art, please check the appropriate page; if you'd like to know more about the various 3D apps that are available (both the ones I mentioned above and others), please see that page as well.
If you're not interested in animation, you may want to go back to my page of writings and drawings, or to my main page.
Please note that the animations linked to below are big. Download times will be long if you don't have a fast modem. Also, if these movies prove too popular and my bandwidth gets too high, I may need to delete some of them, Finally, almost all of these animations use the DivX codec. (Yes, a lot of people use it to pirate movies, but it has legitimate uses, too, y'know.) You'll need to get it before you can view the animations. Just fair warning.
A starship, the Ilya Davidson, a privateer in my Spheres universe. An example of a space station with a shuttle undocking from it. A stateroom aboard a starship. An orbital catapult around Petit-Terre. A little idea I had for an orbital tower/beanstalk.
One of many starships I've animated, the HMS Alexander is just a shot of a Traveller-style starship cruising past.
One of my first Bryce animations, Castle Booleus. Can you see the guard? A Chinese pagoda, recently unearthed near Dunhuang. (No, not really.)
A simple little study of a Countach. An ice cube.
You may want to go back to my main page or my page of writings and drawings at this point.