My true 3D adventure started in February 2002 when I got Vue d'Esprit 2 from a computer magazine.
I've got addicted to 3D, and intensively learned Vue, performing my 3D workshop and creating mostly Science-Fiction related scenes.
After few months with Vue I realized that would need more serious tools to achieve better results, so I started learning Lightwave & Cinema 4D, but in about the same time e-on invited me to Spotlight, beta tests of Vue 4 Pro and then to full time cooperation, and this is how I get stuck with Vue for next 10 years. During that time, I have created my best Vue scenes and while working for e-on I made heaps of content for Vue (materials, clouds, atmospheres, terrains, functions), especially I spent a lot of time creating from scratch new Solid Growth plants. Since 2007 I worked on new plant editor project, now known as The Plant Factory. I was defining TPF functionality, features, interface, testing it, and developing plant models with new graph based system.
After release of The Plant Factory I started to develop TPF models on my own, under Green Gene brand.
Now I plan to focus more on Cinema 4D, and create whole scenes directly in Cinema 4D.