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Work completed January 2004.Resolution of rendering: 12,000 by 12,000 pixels
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“The Art of Maya”; Mind Control Gallery (Curated); Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 2005. A print of this work and prints of two selected details of the work were shown.
Taylor, Julie; Alias Systems Web Site; “The Maya 6 Signature Image”; April 2004.
Animation Magazine, NAB Edition; Cover Image; April 2004.
3D World magazine (UK), Alias advertisement; May 2004. The work appears in an advertisement on page 19.
Digit magazine (UK), table of contents image and two-page article spread; June 2004. The work appears on page 8 and pages 106–107.
Zahed, Ramin; Animation Magazine; “The Joy of Six”; Volume 18, Issue 9, Number 140; September 2004. The work appears on page 45.
Macworld; “A closer look: Maya Unlimited”; Volume 21, Issue 10; October 2004.
Wong, Fianna; Alias Community web site: “Behind the ScreenZ”; “Inspired by Nature”, an interview; May 2005. Appeared with the interview.
AcknowledgmentsThis work was completed using software provided under a grant from Alias Systems. This work was rendered using software provided under a grant from mental images.
As of 27 March 2010
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