made for Grid Grind event on Glorious Trainwrecks, August of 2020

van song: I can't find the name of the artist. I put a picture of the album at the top of the tower. The song is "Gamin de Paris"

meadow sounds:meadow sounds:

lotus model:

Buddhism talk by Gil Fronsdal:

wolf image:


Liquor Store front:

Ceiling Light model:

Room noise:

Door model:

Bottle models:

Character Controllers:

Wind Sound:

Buddha model:

Buddha mountain

Hand model:

Factory assets:

Procedural Terrain Tool:

Animal models:

Industrial Building Assets:



Fabric Textures:

Curtain texture:


Well if I don't see a newborn cat-tail blownin in the horizon, blink of an eye.

I'm not wearin me specs, but I don't need 20-20 vision to logic that you are approaching the best known and reputed supplier of this here entire lake-side area (which I'll speculate will be worth a pretty penny to any passerbys in want of a vacation home once the county forgets what happened on that fateful day in the summer of 19)

"Supplier of what" you ask? Well a supplier of many things, many things my friend.

What say you need? A song you say? Well I have been known to spit a diddy every now and again and my prices are the best around, you can check,but since you will conclude that I told you right all along, that will be a waste of your time and I would hate for any of my costumers to suffer from unneccesary administration costs. Let's just give it a go and shake on it. You may ask for a song, but from what I know, you most likely need a hat! So lets just put this on your nogging and send you along to conquer the next task you decide to take up on your impressive sojourn of dedication to the folks you meet and their various needs and requests. I see a sparkle in that eye of you (the left one, my left not yours) that signals to me that you are a doer of great things. So let's just call that a complimentary gift-bag of encouragement and forget the need for reciepts. Good luck on your next venture!

Wikipedia article on Ānāpānasati Sutta:

Ānāpānasatisuttaṁ, MN 118

quotation from "Approaching the Buddhist Path" by Dalai Lama and Thubten Chodron page 65