Finished low-rez version of Urban Empires print. Unfortunately, it's not going to be used. Originally there was going to be much more going on in the scene, but there was no reason to illustrate any more. This can be wallpaper-ized if people would like it.
In messing around in Actionscript/Flash, playing with creating abstract art for my site, I developed these 2 images. The flying dark "sirens" are generated based on mouse strokes. Little details added in later.
Thought some of you might like. The high-resolution copies could easily be made into wallpapers if you want.
Since most of my work now is web-design (and flash development) I've begun redesigning Kult House entirely in flash. It's about...25% complete if you hit up my site at the moment. No transitions are really there yet, random navigation links will be there, etc.. I'm mostly testing out various stages until I like what I've got.
So I've been pretty out of the loop lately. Just started work at a web developing firm, just for the semester. Finishing up my last 3 classes before I graduate. Also keeping up with swarms of freelance work. I need to write up a contract for clients.
I also redesigned Kult House. It's more page-oriented now.. with larger thumbnails. It's not completely done yet, but I dig it.
So today while on the crapper (the home of all great ideas) ... I had an idea!
Basically plays off the whole "Verb: It's what you do" advertisements. What are the chances I can make this into a viable product / gag gift? Hehe.
Also, my contest submission was just a little too creepy for their tastes, I think. So I'm competing in week 4 for a spankin' new Mac desktop. The stock images they provided really sucked (a desert, a guy with a briefcase, an ostrich, and a camera) so I turned the desert into a basic planet, I used the body of the guy and replaced his head with a 3D one I created, and used little bits of the camera floating around. Ultimately I'd spend more time on it, but I'm literally SWAMPED up the ASS with deadlines, clients, and finals.
I entered a design competition to win a Macbook Pro. I really liked where I was going with the whole tree bark manipulation in that flyer I made, so I continued on that theme for my entry into the contest.