External post: charts on Christianity

Hello!

This post is from Daniel Oala, a friend of mine. I'm posting this here to help him bring more exposure to his work. It's something quite different in comparision to what I usually do, but I hope you'll like it.

Book of Revelation chart:

The purpose of this project was to make a clear chart about the events in the book of Revelations which has fascinated Christians for centuries and to raise points against the pre-tribulation theory created by John Nelson Darby. This chart is supporting "historic pre-millennialism", the classic Christian theory of the end-times.

Book of Revelation chart

Speaking with tongues chart:

After studying different religions (christian and non-christian) the chart was created to sum up the months of study in an easy-to-read chart that challenges the glossolalia doctrine and offers some biblical answers to the "speaking with tongues" subject matter.

Speaking with tongues chart

Timeline of biblical events:

A simple chart of the main historical events in Christianity meant to help the readers form a perspective on the unfolding of the biblical events. The texts in the image are written in Romanian.

Chart of biblical events

Note. These charts contain stock photos.

2016 updates

Greetin' all the brethren with an holy kiss!

For the past year, I've started again to write poems in Romanian. I decided to have them all published sometime in the future as an e-book. Throughout the past summer I worked on this project.

Today I am publishing most of the new illustrations I made. I hope you like them.

Invitation to my heart Disabilophobia Worshipping The Goddess A moment of change Moon love Tenderness United through love against prejudices Collecting moments of love Fertility incantations Drink my love Complexity and love The fall of relationships Extreme feminism Faces of pain An ocean of suffering A possible ending

The following image is a painting I did during my master degree studies:

The last gathering

The e-book needs just a cover to be ready for the online release. I am also working on two new drawings. I hope to have all these finished sometime next year.

Peace be upon you, brother!

Free 3D objects

Hello!

It's really been a long time since I posted anything here, in English.

I decided to release all the 3D objects I modeled as .OBJs, with no textures. Very few objects included are in the .C4D file format as well. You may notice when you open the .OBJs that most objects are merged into a single mesh. However, I made sure the merged meshes have easy to separate polygon groups. When I thought it is appropriate, I separated the objects in different meshes.

The quality of the objects I provide is without doubt questionable. It also varies because some of them were made in my youth, others with no care for the results. I made very little improvements to the poor meshes, because I want to provide them as they were used in my works.

Download 3D objects pack (ZIP file, 171 mb)

The .ZIP archive contains the following:

  • furniture objects: tables, chairs and armchairs;
  • a spider and butterflies;
  • vases and plants: waterlilies, mimozas and gerberas;
  • various computer components: monitor, tower, speaker, microphone, webcam and others;
  • 4 reposable robot models: Medieval, Marvin, Morfocae and Umanoid;
  • a piano;
  • a complete church in late baroque style;
  • power panel, trash bin, an incomplete wagon;
  • different types of shoes;
  • cowboy hat, pocket watch;
  • book, pen, crayon;
  • toys: dolls in different poses [C4D file includes a rig], a soldier [reposable] and a car;
  • tools: screwdriver, hammer, plier;

You can also find underneath some images, in the description section, a link to the 3D objects from the scene. This way you can download individually the objects you are interested in.

You can use any object freely for personal uses only, but I would appreciate offering me credit by mentioning my name and my web site address. Thank you.

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