Early PC Graphics

Early PC Graphics

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These were created to pad out my 20-slide portfolio submission to the Computer Graphics Design MFA program at RIT. I was curious about 3D anyway, so I downloaded POVRay to my PC, got out the graph paper, and started plotting shapes and writing down coordinates…

Oh, yeah, there wasn’t a GUI for POVRay back then that I was aware of. You entered coordinates in by hand using a scene description language. So it’s amazing that these images look like anything at ALL :-) For all I know, POVRay is the same, but there are plenty of free 3D modellers and renderes available now!

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