Fluid simulation

This video from Nvidia PhysX gives me a strong urge to open back some old fluid simulations. The look of it is amazing for sure, especially when considering the amount of caustics and other rendering details that are going on. It brings me back to early XXIst century, working on Myst […]

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Funny find on Reddit today. Looks like W. Gibson had some thoughts about Shadowrun in 2003. “No relationship. No permission. Nothing. Nary a word exchanged, ever.   Except that the admixture of cyberspace and, spare me, *elves*, has always been more than I could bear to think about.” Actually, this is […]

Re-discovering old games on Apple IIe

Bear with me, it’s a bit of a story. If I asked you what were the first video games you have played, I guess most would answer that it was on a game console. Although it would vary depending on your age of course. I did not have that luck. […]

What year is it?! Consolidating blogs

 It is funny when ou have been “online” for so long, the technology you used to broadcast information, in a blink of an eye (or almost), is outdated beyond repair… I am not talking about old X10 interfaces, gopher or telnet (well, actually, I can brag that I have learned […]

Gameloft generates half a billion downloads with Minion Rush.

From Yahoo: “Gameloft, a leading publisher of digital and social games, is proud to announce that Despicable Me: Minion Rush, developed in collaboration with Illumination Entertainment and Universal Partnerships & Licensing, has surpassed half a billion downloads. This is a huge milestone for mobile gaming as it’s the equivalent of […]

Deconstructing King of Thieves

Just read an in-depth article by Adam Telfer, Product Lead at Wooga, about King of Thieves. As I have played it also previously, en enjoyed it briefly, I was intrigued about his conclusions. very good read that puts  new light on some of my questions. I am especially impressed by […]

Personnal works – “Help!”

A quick matte painting piece, painted over an old picture of mine (taken for Ubisoft Montreal’s roof in 2010. It required an heavy dose of paint over and some 3D was involved. Most fires and dirt was hand painted. Thanks to Asahi for his brushes.


Latest experiement at night with a trigger. Nothing fancy, but it’s cool to get back at something. ^^ http://www.flickr.com/photos/gwen_rizomes/6319875435/in/photostream/lightbox/    

Photographer: Louis C.K.

My favorite humorist, Louis C.K. is shooting Leika and blogs about it. here, a picture taken from a very intriguing and moving at the same time episode of “Louie” (Note: ninja edit, pic added in 2015). http://www.louisck.net/2009/03/uso-tour-weblog-kuwait-iraq-af.html