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 made for Peugeot with three different terrains.
You can play the game here : http://www.topgear.com/peugeotirc/game.html
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 me out as much as this character. To the point that I’ve going to have to display it in my studio and not my house, as the blank stare coming from Fred unnerves me.
Don’t believe me ? Take a look at these images I shot.
Schell Sculpture Studio offers the finest creature and character design available anywhere. The studio has been providing concept art in the industry for over ten years, and owner and head designer Jordu Schell has been in the film and television industry since 1987. His talent as a designer and sculptor is world renowned, and his credits include: “Avatar”, “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian”, “300”, “Hellboy”, “Aliens vs. Predator – Requiem”, “Men in Black”, “The Mist”, “Batman Returns”, “Edward Scissorhands”, “Alien: Resurrection”, “The X-Files Movie”, “Predator II”, “Galaxy Quest”, “Evolution”, “Babylon 5-The Series” (on which he designed an emmy award-winning creature make-up and the first fully digital creature for a television series), and many more.
The xmas card I designed for Fun Bits Interactive (FBi) saw the light of day today on Kotaku.
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).
Hey there, if the non appearance of flash on Apple products annoys you like it does me, then all is good on jamiedurrant.com. You can now view my Graphic Design and Web Portfolio on the Ipad coded in HTML 5.
This is the latest update to the image management software I use, SlideShowPro.
You can view the portfolio here : Portfolio for Ipad.
I must say, it looks pretty damn sweet over the iPad.
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 : More…
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 some kind of wire that responds to vibrations and sound.
Quite eerie really.
$79 and it’s yours, shipping September the 1st.