Monthly Archives: April 2014

Transformers: The Trouble With Werewolves

Tricky things, werewolves. Not getting rid of them – all you need is some silver bullets and / or fire (depending on your lore). The tricky part is getting a convincing one on screen. Through the cinematic age there’s been the ridiculous and there’s been the sublime. What’s been even more of a problem has […]

3D: Diving into character rigging

So, after having heard a lot of good things from a lot of good people about Digital Tutors – and after a short period of lurking around the website, I decided to do the smart thing and jump in with a subscription. The message displayed on screen whenever my subscription was confimred said it all […]

Graphic Design: Gap IT Marketing

I’ve been working on branding and graphics for a client recently and I thought I’d share some of that here. The company is a start-up, Gap IT Marketing and is involved in generating sales within the IT sector. I took my lead from the firm’s name and decided to base the philosophy of the design […]