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BitScenes is the art of making the imagined something tangible

In 2014, I had the opportunity to work as a lead designer in Hasbro's SuperFanArt program, making 3D printed My Little Ponies. I was learning character modeling anyway and wanted to focus on expression and emotive form in my work, and so the idea to make extracted moments that capture the essence of character and personality was born. My wife named them BitScenes. After a year, the Hasbro program sadly closed down, but I wasn't ready to stop making models. It was far too much fun!  So began our little shop, and so it continues. 


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