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São Paulo Brazil Temple video now online!

I have finished my model and video for the São Paulo Brazil Temple. This one was fun, I spent much time making the grounds as exact as I could. I learned a new technique with this one that I have since employed in a couple of other models you should be seeing soon. And if… read more »

Recife Brazil Temple video is now online!

My video for the Recife Brazil Temple is now online. This one required me modifying the model several times as I got better information, but I am confitdent int he end results. Click below to be taken to my Page for the Recife Brazil Temple where I will gather collected facts and infromation on both… read more »

Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple video is now online!

So the Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple video is online for viewing. It’s also 75% guesswork. So, enjoy it, but take it with a kind eye and an understanding that it was mostly invention on my part. Click through to my page for the Rio de Janeiro Temple to get extra facts about the model,… read more »

Fortaleza Brazil Temple video now Online!

I have finished my first draft for my Fortaleza Brazil temple. It’s risky doing a temple model when the temple is still under construction. You never know what will change, or what you will guess wrong. But, since I discovered after rendering that I had trees floating in the air, I will have to re-do… read more »

Fortaleza Brazil Temple

Construction has begun on the actual Fortaleza Brazil Temple. Having finally got it settled in my own mind that it will be this temple design: And not the more intricately detailed larger one that was first unveiled, I decided it was time to jump on in. I was able to pull in the grounds, do… read more »

Campinas Brazil Temple

My video for the Campinas Brazil Temple is finished!   Once again, it wasn’t until I finished I noticed some of the issues, and a future version will correct those, but for now, another one finished. Progress So Far Finishing one got me wondering where I was at. Keeping in Mind, that the “Announced” temples… read more »

Saturday at Sao Paulo Brazil

Sao Paulo Brazil Temple, like many of the Central and South America temples, suffers from a lack of good reference material. For most of these temples I would say it’s a poverty issue, in that members probably don’t own digital cameras, or internet, so when there are photos they are low rez or poorly focused…. read more »

Wednesday at Recife Brazil

Not as much progress at Recife Brazil Temple as I hoped. Like last time, my progress was slowed by arches, but this time it was the entryway on the opposite side. Applying arches to a curved surface can be done so many ways, I just could not find the one that felt most correct. I… read more »

Monday at Campinas Brazil. Again

I showed an update on this back a month or two ago, but I added it into the roster this marathon anyway. Details, details, details. That’s what this one was all about. The spire is done now, and most of the landscaping. I still may want to add some detail to the Accommodation Center (assuming… read more »

Monday at Campinas Brazil

Well, this is later than I hoped it would be. I have been working late on a Christmas present after the kids go to bed, so I forget things in my sleepy haze. Here you go though. I worked on Campinas Brazil Monday. I am probably going to go to 3 a week posting, and… read more »

What Day of the Week Is This at Sao Paulo Brazil?

Oh, Wednesday. My computer tells me it’s Wednesday. We are dealing with sick kids, and the 3 month old has been cranky unless she is held. However I did have some time to work today.  Sao Pauolo should be an easy temple. I was limited on time beut even then the time I did have… read more »

Friday at Recife Brazil

Those arches were miserable. It took me 2 tries to get them as good looking as they are. This is one of those models that putting the texture down solved the height issues, but also necessitated rebuilding the arches and windows again. In the end, the best way to solve the proportion issues for the… read more »

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