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"Renderosity Haute Couture Contest 2005"

 

The furnished model was a 2D image of a rendered 3D figure. The object was for everyone to use the same model, dressing her in unique custom designs, paying close attention to detail of fit and fabrics. Each contestant was allowed two entries.

 
 

 

 
 

Star Spangled Lady
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Show Girl in Green
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Haute couture: (French for 'high sewing' or 'high dressmaking) A common term for custom-fitted clothing as produced primarily in Paris but also in other fashion capitals such as New York, London, and Milan. Haute couture is not only made-to-order for a specific customer, it is usually made from high-quality, expensive fabric and sewn with extreme attention to detail and finish, often using time-consuming hand-executed techniques. Sometimes the term is used only to refer to French fashion; at other times it refers to any unique stylish design made to order for wealthy and high-status clients.



 

"Navy Order of the Blue Nose Challenge Coin"

 
 

 

 
 

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Back View

 
 

Navy Order of the Blue Nose Challenge Coin:  In June 2010 I was contacted by M. L. Emerson (former U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant), Hayward Hills, CA, and asked to do a high resolution artwork rendering of his concept for this challenge coin design. Mr. Emerson then furnished my digital files to a minting company, who minted the challenge coin in full-color. A limited edition were minted and distributed to veterans who had served in the Arctic.



 

"Missing Man Table Ceremony Poster"
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Missing Man Table Ceremony Poster:  In 2011 I was again contacted by M. L. Emerson (former U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant), Hayward Hills, CA, and asked to do a high resolution artwork rendering of his concept for this poster. It was originally intended as a donation to a POW/MIA organization, but was not adopted for use because they did not want to project the wording as something necessary to all ceremonies. Various military facilities and organizations use a Missing Man Table setting similar to, and wording similar to, but there is no official manner set forth as to an exact manner in which it should be handled.



 

 

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