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So for a while now I have been wanting to play with 3D modeling and textures. It has been a while that I don’t do stuff like this and I had forgotten how much fun it actually is. Well, I had also forgotten how to work Maya, but I am back on track – almost. One thing I have learned is that we are never really done when doing projects like these. There is always “something” else we can do or add but there comes a point when I must say: “Okay, It´s done!” and move on. Thanks guys who answered my forum question hahaha…I was really stuck on those lights.

Okay…moving on to the next project



One of my favorite horros movies…


If you can´t beat them, join them.

Acrylic on canvas 36″ x 48″

For Denese

Oil on canvas 36″ x 24″

Art commission – Matthew Cornelison.

How much can we say without really saying anything?

A lot.

Ring Ring!

Alo, Presidente? I could not resist.



Oil on canvas – 20 x 16″

I was a ballerina as a little girl. I had the honor of being part of Danzas de Venezuela, an academy run by the famous folklore dancer Yolanda Moreno.

Ah, those days were fun. My parents took me out of the academy because an instructor commented that I was a little chubby.

I wasn’t.


Oil on canvas – 20 x 16″

Jose Orlando Moreno Guillen, my dad.

He’s my example of success. He pretty much rocks!

I will finally see him in a few months :o)

Don’t get yourself stuck inside the box.



I started this piece about two years ago and completely forgot about it. Yesterday while cleaning my room I saw it and decided to finish it. This is my first painting ever and although it may not be too impressive, it means a lot. It brings a series of unfortunate events which occurred a few years ago; memories that will always live in me.

I thought that by using bright colors I could remember the good parts.

But we can’t hide the truth.