This is AMAZING. James Paterson creates a drawing using Rhonda, a 3D tool designed by Amit Pitaru. I must get my hands on this!
Watch the incredible video below!
W o w.
“…developed by Amit Pitaru circa 2003.”
2 0 0 3 ? ? ?
Wow I could quickly render out stuff easily with that. Cool post!
If I had a time machine I’d bring that thing back to Leonardo. I’d also take a gun and maybe a chainsaw.
Wow indeed! this is like the perfect version of teddy 3d there’s the link for download http://www-ui.is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~takeo/teddy/teddy.htm
That settles it, I’m getting a tablet.
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omg I want that software!!
I know this might sound off topic but what song is that? And that 3d rendering is program is amazing…
Great post, great artist. Super-Fast execution for 3-D.
song is by Neil Young – Out ON The Weekend
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almost as awesome as zbrush, mudbox, or blender,but with less features, he is just drawing splines with a tablet and a trackball… nice song tho
Forget the stable release! I want it now! For OSX please!
the hand tree and the house tree are awesome. they all look like intricate wire models, awesome
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if reminds me Calder sculptures. But in a much more technologicalfuturistical way. Nice!
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That is impressive .. but I dig his other sutff more SONIC WIRE SCULPTOR – http://pitaru.com/
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