Tags: licensing

3d rendering, blender, scifi monster, yawn

3d models into the public domain

After reading a bunch of creative commons stuff, and after deciding I didn't really want to deal with all of the details of proper licensing, and allowing that to dissuade me from, for now, attempting to build a 3d model repository for creative commons and public domain stuff, I just posted my potentially worthwhile models to my own website, and claim that they're public domain. Which means... my own website has a new section... which means I reorged the top menu a little bit, because my god, there's a lot of clutter. Is it always the case that a webdev's home page is the worst thing they've ever done? No, it's not, but for now... yes.

Available now! Rough Wall with Broken Window Breastplate Helmet (round top)

I seriously doubt anyone will ever use these, but it would be cool.