I’m in the process of moving my personal webpage on a fresh new WordPress.org account, with improved usability, more updated functionalities and new stuff I’m making. In few days this dotsandshadows address will come back to the initial dotsandshadows.wordpress.com state. I will use it as is in the upcoming months untill the fresh new page is ready to replace it.
When the site refresh will be complete I will update it more often with news, new projects, freebies and maybe also some tutorial…so stay tuned for it!
I finally uploaded the Eclisse lamp model on BlendSwap! I took this new upload also to start using the really nice SketchFab service for in browser 3d models showcase. Here the link to the Eclisse lamp on SketchFab.
Head on BlendSwap here to download the model and visit my sparkling new profile on SketchFab here!
With the Giochi Accessibili project, we have been selected from Wired for the Top 100 italian young enterpreneurs and startups!
The aim of the project is to create board games accessible also by blind and visually impaired people, allowing everyone to enjoy playful moments with their friends and families. In the last months I’m really pushing for this project and that’s why at the moment this page is not massively filled with 3d renders and Blender stuff in general. It’s a really interesting and innovative project that is giving me the opportunity to meet a lot of lovely people and their amazing ideas.
After the holiday’s break, I’m back with an exiting news! The dots&shadows design shopon Shapeways it’s now online and you can already purchase the first two products I made for experimental purposes, a regular glass and a shot glass.
Last week I joined the Architecture Academy course byAndrew Price, an online course subdivided in 7 modules and packed with many hours of tutorials, tips and knowledge. The project for the first week is to render an interior lounge room and because of this I’m preparing all the furniture and stuff that I will import in the scene. After the cushions it was the time for the couch to be modelled and so I decided to make a 3d version of the Florence Knoll Sofa. I will post this and other models on BlendSwap pretty soon, so stay tuned for more stuff from the Architecture Academy!
The first year of this page has passed so fast! I posted my little works and thoughts month after month. I will keep doing this bringing to you the best pictures and projects from my hard drive 🙂
A Big Thank you to everyone visited my posts and liked the blog!
The trip has just begun!
The picture above is another experiment entirely made inside Blender, as you can see in the screenshot down here.