Elements (1995)

Elements was a piece of eye candy software I wrote way back when I was in university, in around 1995. The sole point of eye candy programs is to produce trippy imagery. Usually you’d watch them while listening to music. The …

Binary (1999)

This image was made in 1999, and is a variation on one that I created for the January/February round of the Internet Ray Tracing Competition, a geeky graphics competition originally for users of POV-Ray, the free ray-tracer. My image was …

Mandala (1999)

I made these psychedelic mandala images back in 1999, at a time when I was into the psy-trance party scene in Cape Town. Psy-trance, also known as Goa trance, was a style of dance music with a steady 4/4 beat (at …

Pulse (1998)

This design was for a ‘teaser’ flyer for a trance party called Pulse in 1998. At the time I was into the psy-trance scene in Cape Town. A friend of mine, Laz, was organizing this party in Joburg, and I got the …

Fast, Cheap and out of Control (1999)

Album art that I made in June 1999 for a DJ friend, Richard Human, for one of his trance mixes. It ended up on the front cover of a ‘mix-tape’ style CD; I also made a back cover. The flying robot …

Milkshake (1999)

I modelled this milkshake and burger in 3D Studio Max in 1999. The point of the image was actually the glass, which was created using polygon modelling and was the subject of a tutorial I wrote. I added the burger …

Quetzalcoatl (1999)

A 3D model I made in 1999 of a statue of Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent god of Central America. My version, modelled in 3D Studio Max, was based on the real statues that still adorn the Temple of Quetzalcoatl at Teotihuacan, Mexico. …