Page Last Updated: 23rd August, 2007. Ok here goes! I'm male, raised in England of the United Kingdom where I still live. My interest in 3d images and models started about 19 years ago (in the days of an Atari ST with a 16 colour pallete and floppy discs with less than 1MB of space!).
I still enjoy producing 3d images, with Cinema4D 9.6, Poser 5/6 and VUE amongst my favourite programs. My thanks continue to all the helpful artists here at Renderosity for their constructive comments with my early and recent works. To date,
I have over 90 images of various types in my gallery, three of which ('Lifers Cove', 'Bite' and 'Overfill) have achieved EON Software's picture of the day. The 'Bite' image also features in EON's advertisement pages for their Mover 5 software. A few have also gained a 'picture of the week' credit over at RuntimeDNA.
It is now more than be 4 years since I uploaded my first free product to the VUE free stuff. Since then a varied selection of free items have followed for the VUE and Poser 3D communities. Presently, my free items are available in the free stuff sections: Those include the popular 'Room Of Secrets' theme items and its various expansions. When counting stopped, 'Room Of Secrets' theme had achieved a combined download figure in excess of 15,000 (accumulative figure taken from all sites). Thank you to all the 'downloadees' for showing such a positive interest.
All but one of my saleable items feature here at Renderosity. So at this juncture, a BIG thank you to my customers is in order. During 2007 my personal policy of: "producing a balanced mix of free and affordable items for the 3D enthusiasts community", will continue. Commercial items will be focused mainly towards publishing affordable 3D fluid depictions under the 'UniFluid', '*Flowz' and 'LiquiLution' names.
Thank you for taking the time to read this short bio.
Best Wishes John (Becco_UK)
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