Expert graphics

Abes, Cathy
December 1993
Macworld;Dec1993, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p134
Presents computer graphics and animations created by Darrel Anderson and Rick Berry of Braid Studio. Inclusion in a book on computer images entitled `Braid'; Anderson's design of 3-D illustration for a promotional piece to showcase several Pixar shaders he wrote for use with RenderMan; Construction of models; Importing of models into Pixar ShowPlace; Application of various shaders to the objects.


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