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Rhonda Forever

20th October, 2009

Since the early days of my experiments with computer graphics, I have been following the work of  James Paterson and Amit Pitaruthen as Insert Silence they created a landmark animated piece for Bjork and ever since, have always wondered how it was done.  This week I discovered they had been using  proprietary software developed by Pitaru called  Rhonda. Originally conceived around 2003, the pair have for the first time offered it for public use.

Congratulations guys, this tool is a huge step in 3d sketching. Shallow learning curve and fantastic fun to play with. Sign up for the free download  here


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Since the early days of my experiments with computer graphics, I have been following the work of  James Paterson and Amit PitaruRead on…