The USS Hermes1 Rendezvous with a lander orbiting Mars that arrived 2 months earlier. The spaceship is my design using just Bryce 5.5 and the boolean objects that come with Bryce! This was done a few years back and decide to post it on my portfolio. Regards, David
Rendezvous and docking
David Robinson is a 2D and 3D digital artist. He has been a member of and staff artist for Ad Astra Magazine for the National Space Society. He is also the current staff artist for the Orange County Space Society California and the Journal of United Societies in Space, Inc. He has created artwork for the Mars Homestead Project to book cover illustrations dealing with astronomical and astronautical events dealing with both human and non-human space travel. David was also recently picked to judge the Space Art Calendar contest sponsored by the National Space Society.
David was one of eight artists picked to highlight the latest version of the 3D program Bryce by DAZ and you can find his Bio there. Bryce has currently over one million users worldwide.
David's work has been featured by Ad Astra magazine, the Mars Society, Space.com, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, the Hemet Science and Water Museum, Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Harper & Collins books, Smithsonian Books, Cambridge University Press, Blackwell Publishing LTD, The Space Review, the Sci-Fi Channel, as well as numerous other aerospace publications.
His work has been shown at the ISDC (International Space Development Conference) in Washington DC, Los Angeles CA, Dallas TX, and Chicago Ill just to name a few!
David has won numerous awards for his work in the Bryce communities as well as other 3D communities on the web.
In addition, David is an artist member of the International Association of Astronomical Artists (IAAA).
If you would like to see more of David's work or contact David directly you can either visit his website at http://www.bambam131.com or phone (757)-575-2403 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org Go to the artist's portfolio
This artwork is copyright © David Robinson. All rights reserved.