Saturday, December 31, 2011

Wednesday, December 14, 2011


Thursday, December 8, 2011

Song chorus!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It creeps in my dreams,
Tells me everything's right.
I can't stay awake;
Can't put up a fight.
It hounds and it pounds,
Never gives up the chase–
I must say I'm tempted by a demon with her face.

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Thursday, December 1, 2011

H2G2-4 Screenshots

I promised I'd post more often, so here are some clips I made using my H2G2-4 models:

Here's a lineup of some of the characters. (From left to right) Prostetnic Vogon Jelts, HumaCaboola, Marvin the Paranoid Android, Zaphod Beeblebrox, Arthur Dent, Ford Prefect, Tricia MacMillian (Trillian), and Slartibartfast.

Arthur and Slartibartfast go for a ride on his planet-obsever.

Zaphod observes the portal on Magrathea. Yes, I know he lost his flip-face by the time they get there, but hey, it's just a screenshot.

Trillian wishes for home while the guys argue it out.

A dolphin and his good friend Jelts.

I finally fixed his hair–got that sort of "George Washington" thing goin' on.

So long, and thanks for all the fish!

Milliway's, the Restaurant at the End of the Universe–maybe a sign for a sequel?


The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy is a wholly remarkable book. Perhaps the most remarkable, certainly the most succesful book ever to come out of the Great Publishing Corporations of Ursa Minor.More popular than The Celestial Home-Care Omnibus, better-selling than Fifty-Three More Things To Do In Zero Gravity, and more controversial than Oolon Colluphid's trilogy of philisofical blockbusters, Where God Went Wrong, Some Moreof God's Greatest Mistakes, and Who is This God Person, Anyway? It has already surplanted the Encyclopedia Galactica as the standard Repository for all knowledge and wisdom, for two important reasons. One: it is slightly cheaper, and Two: it has the words DON'T PANIC printed in large, friendly letters on its cover.
     The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is, for those of you who aren't familiar with it, a novel by late-Twentieth-Century writer Douglas Adams, the "Father of Comic Science-Fiction." It tells the story of Arthur Dent, a six-foot-tall ape-descendant, who wakes up one morning to hae his planet demolished. It has become a book, a radio show, a 1981 TV series, a movie, comic books, and even a bath towel. It has had five sequals, one of which was written by Eoin Colfer, author of Artemis Fowl. And now, I have come up with another of my crazy scemes to become a YouTube-famous animator: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy movie, in LEGO, animated by me, myself, and I in Blender. I have already built many of the characters and scenes, and even animated a seven-second clip which is rendering as we speak. Thoughts?

Sorry, y'all

Not writing anything on my blog for weeks upon weeks is not a good way to start it out. Sorry, and I'll try to write more in the future.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011


Welcome to my new blog! My name is Nate, but you can call me Natron1, Natron, Natron25, Natron98, Natron1998, and pretty much anything else with the letters N, A, and T in them. Just not Natalie. Believe you me, I get called that way too often.
     For those of you who may have joined one of my older blogs, i.e. Natron, Natron 2, the B.G.B., CG Compass, 'FuBlog, or any others, (yeah. I've had twelve), let me tell you that this one is not all about Blender. It will be somewhat about Blender, yes, but it will be my blog, and my blog to stay.
     For those of you who haven't joined any of my blogs and don't know what Blender is, let me tell you. Blender is an open-source, 3-D creation software. It allows you to make whole new worlds, and render them with amazing colors and textures. And the greatest thing of all is–it's free! You can download it for Windows, Mac, or Linux at
     So, yeah, all in all, welcome to Natron v2!