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Richard Lee
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My Bio
Current Residence: Orlando, FL
Favourite genre of music: Ambient, Alternative
Favourite photographer: Ansel Adams
Operating System: Linux
MP3 player of choice: xmms
Shell of choice: bash
Favourite cartoon character: Tycho (Penny-Arcade)

Favourite Visual Artist
Escher
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Freezepop
Favourite Writers
Raymond E. Fiest
Favourite Games
Four square
Favourite Gaming Platform
PC
Tools of the Trade
Canon EOS Digital Rebel, vi

I guess i'm 'it'

I guess i'm 'it'

:disbelief: Yeah, i got tagged by dwagonfry (https://www.deviantart.com/dwagonfry) ... Ok. Twenty things that you probably don't know about me: 20. I like to play Virtual Magic Kingdom. (www.vmk.com) 19. I really enjoy playing with Legos. 18. I love being at Epcot. 17. I collect disney pins. 16. I am a tea addict. 15. I heart Linux 14. I think chicken feet can taste pretty good. 13. I drive a Honda Civic 12. I can't live without Q-Cup (www.q-taste.com) 11. I enjoy reading Fantasy/Sci-fi books. 10. I've never seen visions of the Virgin Mary. 9. Whenever i order a drink, i automatically ask for a "Coke" 8. I work at home. 7. I like having big bunches of keychain
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So what?

So what?

I think it's true. The cliche raytraced image contains transparent and/or reflective primitive shapes being struck by spotlights. The fact that both of my raytraced deviations so far are exactly that bothered me a little. Dunno. Should i /try/ to be different just because anyone who picks up a raytracer inevitably raytraces a crystal ball on top of a checkered surface? Ehh... I think the fact is, that i LIKE rendering shiny and/or transparent objects with spotlights. I think its cool, even if it IS cliche. Since it's something i like and it makes me happy to see marbles on linolium after 3 hours of watching POV raster away, i suspect i wil
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Raytracing

Raytracing

Its been a while since i picked up ray tracing.  A long long time ago in a previous lifetime, raytracing was a hobby of mine.  I'd read over books and play with object/line plane/line, line/line itersection formulas and fantasize about constructive solid geometry. As it turns out, the same team of people who i used to idolize back in school are still at it! What's even crazier is... their work, The Persistence of Vision Ray Tracer is free! check it: http://www.povray.org Seeing this raytracer has once again fired off a spark of creativity in me... so you'll probably see a bunch of raytraced deviations pass through my gallery as i get the ha
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Sorry, I've made a account 1 year ago or something with the username kasuga too i guess, I forget my password and the username. I've try to guess what the username was.. He i typed in: Kasuga
That's very stupid of me :( I'm very sorry. When i typed that username, there stands: A verification code has been sent to the email address we have on file for ~kasuga. I've typed you name there accidentally :(
haha It's okay. I think i remember getting a confirmation and ignored it.  I hope you remember what your actual account name is!
Wow, this is a super late replay. But that's very cool, you've been offline for a whole year. *__* And your account exists 9 years. Yeah, I rememberd it.
Hello there. I like your photos.
Awesome gallery! I would only suggest resizing the full view images for easier viewing and of course better quality of the photo itself! :+devwatch: