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ION Inspector

Combining a bit of photography with 3D modeling and a PhotoShop pinch filter for this quick one. It kind of messes with my vision. That’s a good thing.

Civil War Amputation Saw

My wife thinks I’m losing it, but I decided to create this Civil War era saw after seeing it on this web site. It’s sort of in line with the antique syringe, and easy to model. I know I’m missing some detail where the blade connects to its brass holder, but the decidedly low-res image I worked from did not have sufficient resolution.

Even though I’ve been using Cinema4D on-and-off for more than four years, I still consider myself a newbie, so I need all the practice I can get! This little project was fun, and I learned a lot along the way.

Antique Syringe

More practice from another excellent tutorial from Nikolaus Schatz. This is easily the cleanest 3D model I ever made. It stands up to very close inspection.

Nixie Tubes

I found an excellent tutorial on YouTube for this one.

I have always loved the look of these things. I’ve been tempted on more than one occasion to purchase a Nixie tube clock, but really nice ones can be a bit extravagant. Despite the high cost, they are still very much in demand.

If you are a Nixie tube aficionado, you will love this amazing video of the exacting art of making Nixie Tubes.

Our Fastest Sequencer Ever!

A fun project for this special day.

From the e-mail sent to the whole company:

Finished with subtle touches from the impenetrable genius of industrial design guru Jim Pire, the new system’s speed will leave the competition in the dust.

Have I ever told you how much I love my job?

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