Posts tagged Tribe uk
At work we recently got some new custom memory sticks made. I’ve had the fun task of copying the showreel to all 50 of them, not once but twice! There was a amend to the video so they all needed doing again! They’re pretty cool though, you twist the top and the usb connection pops out!
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 was made post soon..
I’ve been wanting to get a prime lens for some time but haven’t had the budget.. I’m going back up the French Alps in a few days time so I decided I would get this lens for the trip even though I still don’t really have the budget…
I asked around and did a bit of research and it seemed the best starting place was a 50mm f1.8.
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 vertical panel.
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 the company Parallel Pictures.
Simon did the design and Ben sorted the code.
The site has recently gone live! Below is a screen grab of the finished holding page. Here’s a link to the site (It may have changed).
More on how this was done after the break…
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 a exhibition stand.
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.
Last Thursday me and Kate from headed over to Kelham to check out the signage installation that Tribe had designed for the Kelham House rebrand. My job was to get some snaps. I’ve gotta say the sign looks pretty pro.
I thought I would spruce up my new desktop setup at Tribe the other day so I created this pretty abstract desktop background…
So now that Uni is well and truly over I was left thinking what do I do now! My Friend Alex is now working with a guy called Norm (aka Wasteyourself) They have set up their own little graphic design studio in Nottingham. Norm had sculpted this interesting character a few years ago and asked me whether I could create a 3D model of it.