3D graphics include architectural rendering, Butterfly fish, logos, a grenade launcher, Bible, and flashlight, with visual effects. You can tap most, but not all, images to launch either interactive or animated versions. See information about the graphics.
Butterfly Fish Tap for Animation!
River and VFX Tap the image for Interactive Effects!
Art Studio Left View Tap for Animation!
Art Studio Right View Tap for Interaction!
3D Bible Tap for Bible Animation!
Seven Symbol 3D Logo with Visual Effect
Art Gallery Tap for Animation!
Art Gallery Tap for Interaction!
Grenade Launcher Tap to Fire!
Historical Scroll Tap for Interaction!
Lunar Eclipse Tap for Animation!
Imagine Tap Slide to Rotate
Information About the Graphics
3ds Max was used to prepare all the 3D models displayed on this Web page. Some examples were rendered with 3ds Max, other examples were rendered with WebGL.
The art studio was modeled and rendered from measurements taken inside a studio apartment. The easle was also modeled from measurements. The Art studio animation walk through loops through a painting.
Eclipse of the Moon
The sun in the lunar eclipse displays with fire and volume light effects. The moon map is animated as well from greys to reds. In reality the earth rotates 27 times more often than the earth. Earth rotates more often, but not 27 times more often, than the moon in the Lunar Eclipse Animation.
The scroll was modeled after photographs of scrolls from ancient Jewish Synagogues.
The art gallery was modeled and rendered from photographs of various art galleries. The Interactive Art Gallery displays the gallery as you swipe. Tap to select artwork! For selected paintings and graphics, see a description, hear about the concept, and see a close up of the artwork.
The Butterfly fish was modeled and mapped with 3DS Max. The fish was rendered with WebGL. Morph targets provide smooth swimming motion. See the interactive swimming fish.
The grenade launcher was modeled with 3DS Max from photographs. The volume light effect with noise, and fire effect create fire and smoke. See the interactive grenade launcher.
The Bible image displays two end points prepared for a morphing animation.
The Bible animation opens and closes the Bible. The top image shows the Bible closed.
The bottom image shows the Bible opened.
The picture on the right page of the open
Bible is an original oil painting
Revelation Chapter 22.
A displacement map wrinkles pages on the Bible.