I’ve been shortlisted in the Graphic category for the Creativepool Annual Awards 2016 for my Storm Trooper prints. It’s just me against big industry hitters, including Bloomberg with their $8 billion turnover and 15,000 staff, so I’m essentially David against Goliath, with a very small chance of being voted to the top. I’d really appreciate
Finally, I’ve been able to publish the strange case company website, selling at the moment, 3 prints in limited quantities. Used Jack, Silver Queen and Black Queen. Get your order in time for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee ! (Also available from Art Republic)
The flash game for Top Gear has finally been unleashed onto the interwebbamajig. Did all the graphics, but I found filter forge 2 invaluable for making the texture sets for the landscape. Very nice program there ! You can play the game yourself at Top Gear Continental Rally May update; there was also another version
Just recently acquired a new sculpture from the incredibly talented Jordu Schell. I gotta admit, it’s one of the most detailed and lovingly crafted pieces I’ve seen for a long, long time. The attention to detail on the sculpt and painting is second to none ! Rarely have I ever had a piece that creeps
The xmas card I designed for Fun Bits Interactive (FBi) saw the light of day today on Kotaku. http://kotaku.com/5714372/santa-the-tsa-and-a-happy-holidays-from-fun-bits I did have initial concerns about showing Santa having a body cavity search, but I think it’s quite tastefully done. 😉
The T-shirt design I did for Kill Screen magazine (a promising new adult games journal) is now available to buy ! To celebrate, use the code “PRINTISDEAD” for 20% off single issues and subs (valid until 3rd October 2010).
Nice to see that a picture I did yonks ago is still drawing attention. Webdesignledger.com lists my Head in the Clouds image to be one of those 40 ! Also listed here ! and here ! Here are the other pics in that series :
I’m loving this concept. To all appearances, it looks like you have captured a butterfly in a glass jar. It responds to touch and sound, flitting around the inside on the jar. Cruel perhaps unless it wasn’t a beautifully realised idea. 3 AA batteries are hidden inside the lid and the butterfly is attached by