Oscar in "Before the Ball"
Modeling: Jon Hunwick and Gavin Miller
Oscar represents the earliest use of computer generated fur. It was rendered
using a modified A-buffer algorithm, and anisotropic reflectance. This reflectance
is visible on both the fur and on the record on the turntable. The subject
matter refers to the May Balls at Cambridge which happen in June. This picture
now hangs in Wolfson College, Cambridge, where I did my Ph.D.
Rendering: Gavin Miller
© 1986 Gavin Miller. All rights reserved.