circuit board animation

One of the first Flash animation I did. I can say that since there has been improvement and looking forward to uploading those animations.

I really like Adobe Flash for the 2D animation. Too bad Adobe hasn’t solved the security issues that have gotten pretty much banned on the web.

animated Board 01

Fast trace tutorial

The Live Trace feature is fun and simple to use, at the same time it returns some very nice and easy to work vector shapes that can make for some nicely stylized art work.

I am sharing this in case someone else want to play with it.
In the information below you’ll see I have used CS5, however It is pretty much the same (but better and faster in CS6. I’ll be jumping between one & the other. & Will also include Inkscape as not everyone has access to the Adobe line of products).

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Off the sound.

A non art, web or design related post.

Living in the Great North West had some fantastic advantages. Not least the awesome Puget Sound.

Had a great time diving off there recently and snapped so photos. My fave would have to be the one right below. The two crabs by a buoy attachment. The metal seems to glow. Don’t ask me why. I don’t even know how such a nice shot came out. Continue reading “Off the sound.”


This is the first epub and print book I have created.

Formatted using Adobe Indesign CS6. And added the illustration. Learning and getting comfortable with Indesign for this project most definitely kept me busy.
As well as getting the manuscript kindle and createspace ready. Quite a bit of fun however.

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Some early 3D work

I love three dimensional media.

Be it regular Clay, polymers and carvings up to 3d software. I had dabbled with 3DsMax while in college. Along with Poser, and Bryce (boy does that date me).

But once I found Blender I fell in love. I love  you Blender! The interface is so much more friendly. Fast. Here are some early files