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Sunday, April 24 2011

The Chapel at the Center of the World - A Mountyhall place

Two great columns rip the cave and delineate a roaring vortex. Violent gusts of wind are continuously vomited by this hellish mouth. Nobody knows to which unspoken Abyss this portal leads to, but it is surely a malevolent one.

The Gods' Arcanums have been sealed in this evil place, and since then, it has become a place of pilgrimage for all races of Trolls. Here we can see nude Skrims, waiting their turn for devoting to the God of... Hum, Fertility.

Update: more trollish characters, cave has been modeled.


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Softwares used: Blender 2.57a, Gimp 2.6.10, MakeHuman Alpha 6

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Saturday, March 5 2011

TuxFamily donation campaign 2011

TuxFamily is a non-profit organization that provides free services for projects and contents dealing with the free software philosophy. It is the webhost that currently hosts, since already a few years. I have been pleased to make a donation of 20€ (on top of my regular annual donation), because they really deserve it, and also I wanted to pass this call for donation:

As TuxFamily keeps on growing, we need to keep our servers up to date so they can face the load. Our Web servers are getting really old and will soon reach a critical load.

We need 4000 EUR to make the necessary investments and keep our services as fast and stable as they should be. Please make a donation and pass on this call for donation on your website, blog or mailing lists!

If you enjoy, or if you have yourself a project hosted by them, then please consider making a donation!

Friday, November 26 2010

Back from Eyrolles' party in Paris

I had a very pleasant evening this week at Eyrolles' private party. The location (Le Collège des Bernardins) was extraordinary by itself, and the people met overthere absolutely lovely. Thanks to Sandrine, Elsa, Karine and Eric for their outstanding kindness. Interesting things were discussed, let's see how much will eventually come to life! Special thanks to my friend Elisa for taking this photography of me, standing in front of the glass display cabinet.


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