RJ Kikuchiyo is a 20 year veteran of 3D design for media. His real-world experience in machining and set design for the film industry adds to the ability to use the tools effectively and produce works of realism depicting historic and accurate objects and places. He now finds SL as a creative expression of experience that can be shared, and provides his skills in using the tools of Second Life to achieve that expression for clients around the world.
For more info and galleries from work previous to SL, visit http://www.renecote.com/
Kikuchiyo comes from a character in Akira Kurosawa’s 1950’s classic film “The Seven Samurai”. It literally means, “The Little Chrysanthemum”, and is pronounced “Keek-chyo”.