Working with Alex on this concept that unfortunately never saw the light of day.. still, it was a fun one. Hopefully we’ll be able to use it in the future.
Here’s a trippy one for you. Took two photo’s from slightly different points of view. Shot while in search of natural hot springs, British Columbia, Canada.
Went on search the other day to see if there was an alternative to 3Ds max’s physics system, Reactor. I soon came across Physx from Nvidia. Its currently still in public beta which means you can download it for free… Continue Reading
So I’ve been meaning to update the old DigitalAnthill look since I started my new job.. that was 8 months ago now! I finally had a weekend where I was free and it was raining so I was encouraged to… Continue Reading
Tribe Brand Communication Showreel 2011 from Tribe Brand Communication on Vimeo. So I’ve been a busy bee the past 3 months, working on the tribe showreel. It’s finally complete and released into the wild.. I’m putting together a how it… Continue Reading
Past couple of days at Tribe I’ve been busy working on the last two exhibition stand concepts. Tracey who works at tribe again came up the floor plan and style. Simon provided me with the graphics that are on each… Continue Reading
A few months back Simon at Tribe came to me with a cool brief. It was basically to produce two lines that flow around in a 3D space. It would be used as the background on a holding page for… Continue Reading
This week has been super hectic at Tribe! I have a lot of different projects running simultaneously at the moment. One project that needed to be done before I left for the the Alps was a 3D visualisation concept for… Continue Reading
Note: This is only an initial mock up.. I was briefed in on new project to create some Christmas trees that look like they are pealing out the page for an e-card.
So there’s been slow and steady progress with the bear I’ve been modelling for waste studio. Any spare time I get on the train I will spend fiddling with the vertexes.. He might not look all that different from the… Continue Reading