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July 05 2015

June 25 2015

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design-sketchbook:

A simple guide to picking a great color palette. No matter what the colors are, using colors that are certain distances from each other on the color wheel result in a great contrast of colors. The simple color schemes shown above are used in the most popular logos, posters, websites, paintings, and even movies and television.

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June 20 2015

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June 07 2015

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May 11 2015

3D - Spinning Orbs

April 23 2015

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gigidigi:

Anonymous said:

how do you manage to put characters with vastly different standard palettes into scenes together but keep everything harmonious? if that makes sense? I have a hard time with colour whenever i actually try to properly utilize it and putting multiple characters into one scene is incredibly frustrating because their palettes don’t always work together. :c

I don’t actually know if I’ve effectively answered your question with these, but I tried! This post from a long time ago might also be relevant.

I didn’t have time for a cute fashion picture today, so… here’s your reminder that there are 21 days to go on the Cucumber Quest Kickstarter!

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April 12 2015

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The effects of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO on Images
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April 01 2015

March 27 2015

March 15 2015

Turn your handwriting into a font

traumbelrum:

ringo-obsession:

I discovered this by accident and I thought it was really funny and cute:


1. Download the template from MyScriptFont website

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2. Write out the alphabet and numbers in your style, using a black marker (felt pen). This is mine:

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3. Scan the template 
4. Upload to the MyScriptFont website, name it, set the format and click “send file”
5. Download it to your computer and install

And check out my result!

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reblogging for writers that want to invent their own font. 

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February 13 2015

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vanillavalerian:

Again, not mine. But omg this is so good aaaaaaaaaah

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February 12 2015

bronzebasilisk:

axelkatten:

red-pencil-sharpener:

kaiko-art:

thankyoucorndog:

studying animation more like

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ok, looks easy enough

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okay, i get this… this is fine…

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aaaaaahh

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AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH

Richard Williams, ladies and gentlemen.

Ah-yup!

Yeah it is literally this.

Congrats!  If you’ve gotten this far and this isn’t for a movie, you may have just made around a whole 2 seconds of animation!

Now colour them

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admiralpotato:

Metal Wave 1 (Romanowsky / WaveGrower Tribute)

Higher quality versions: Ello | G+

This design was inspired heavily by the designs “Brass Interface" and "Equinox" by romanowsky, and some scripting help and inspiration from wavegrower. :)

So I thought I should finally take the time to start playing with Blender’s Python API to aid in the creation of my more complex ideas for animated designs. Turns out, Python was a lot easier to get started with than I thought, and when pointed to the BPY module, IntelliJ IDEA’s context awareness made learning the both the language and interface a lot faster for me. The code to create and animate this design was seriously only about 25 lines of code. First, I manually created one group of objects - one diamond, one radial segment, and one spear, each arranged at different positions relative to the center. Then it took about 15 lines of code to create 96 instances of that group and assign drivers to them, and 10 lines of code to describe their motion in that driver. SO SIMPLE! SO HAWT!

I really want to thank wavegrower for sharing some conversations with me about the process he uses to create his amazing work - which, as it turns out, is mostly programatic. It was awesome to have the chance to share some scripts back and forth with him over email. That connection with another talented artist in the field of motion graphics was the pivot point in overcoming my hesitation to start moving in this creative direction. Thank you wavegrower. :)

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February 10 2015

February 08 2015

batter-sempai:

missmituna:

Aw yeah 3D physics are evolving

We now have new bacon technology.

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February 05 2015

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madddscience:

Dean Ellis

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