In 1995 I was in team with N.Cazzato, F.Delfini & G.Gentile. That year we won a design competition concerning an exposition facility. The result was this metal grid block protecting a nucleus of translucent plastic. The pavillon was built by Delfini Group and raised at Bologna during the SAIE kermesse.
A movie of the construction, shot and edited by M.T.Laudando, L.Tovoli, S.Pierini & A.Trapani, also exists. I’ll try to show an excerp of it some day in the future.
Scanned images from the past millennium.Featuring the Mutant-Machines-Monsters (1991),Wrench Precision Toolbodies (1992) and Engines (1993) calendars. Special thanx to Miki B who holds the original drawings and helped me in some coloring.
Wrench Precision Toolbodies (1992).
Essays of virtual reality (originally produced Oct 1999). All models were rendered with LightWave 5.6. The WaterShade section features shaded Autocad 12 models (1997). Now also the Detail section, witnessing my research on realism in rendering. Special thanx to Gimmo & Dct. Faustus.
And how rapidly was I introduced to the mysteries of life and death (originally produced Jan 2000).
Father and Mother
World seen through the eyes of a machine. “We’d better teach our Machines good manners before they overrun us” (originally produced Oct 1999).
An HTML multi-choice visit to an enigmatic house (originally produced Oct 1999).
<<click to watch.
Fully interactive warfare adventure (originally produced Nov 1999).
<<click to watch (flash animation, 136KB).
I wrote this story in 1984 as a classic comic strip, black and white china ink drawings. The story was short, full of action and with an unexpected final, so I decided to remake it as a Flash anime. The model of the microcopter was generated with Mechanical Desktop 2.0.
My first Flash animation (originally produced in 1999).
<<click to watch (flash animation, 13KB).
This was my entry for the Swatch Flash.beat Internet Time competition. Unfortunately the judges didn’t like it, I hope you do. The file is a flash animation (480k), with about one minute and a half of animation, sounds and music.
<<click to watch (Flash Animation, 480kB).
A multi-choice strip-like adventure (no soundtrack).
<<click to watch (209K flash animation).