Paolo Ceric is a 25 year old student from Zagreb, Croatia.
Beside math and science in general he has always shown interest in visual art’s.
He especially felt comfortable producing generative art due to his background in math and programming and enjoyed finding connections between nature, math and code.
PATAKK favours images for his gif’s that can result in a mesmerizing look and feel.
What I like about his gif’s is that the loop’s are so flawless and perfect that some of them don’t even look like gif’s, and that really shows how well he does them and the time he put’s into them.
Craig Ward is a British born and a creative director and designer currently based in New York.
He is an occasional artist and sometimes and author who contributes to many journals but he is mainly known for his pioneering typography artwork such as “You blow me away” and here is some more of his work.
Style: “70’s look”
What he is really well known for is using a whole lot of different medias to get the result that he wants like when he did “you blow me away” he was working with a still image photographer and was shoot many objects through the glass until they got the right shot, and it things like this and what he writes in the art that makes his work have such a heavy impact and meaning behind them.
This is a link to Craig’s Behance site where he showcases some of his artwork:
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When I was researching storyboards, I found some really good information if you guys want to know how to do your own storyboard – just hit play to watch the video.
The reason I choose Steve Cutts is because he did famous art about social media and how social media can change people by the way they act and behave and live their every day lives.
He also shows how people that don’t have or don’t want to be apart of social midea can be forgotten,shund or left behind so he’s not only showing the life of those addicted but also those on the other side.
In some of his art work he shows you how addicted people can get when it comes to social media, some alot more than others, you have the person that checks there social media now and then and then the people that would rather facebook than sleep.
So this is the reason I choose Steve Cutts because his work really captures what social media can do to people whether it be being left out, being drained till your a zombie or having to feed your addiction constantly, everything that can happen to you.
If you want to know more about Steve Cutts, feel free to click on the first picture to go to his WordPress page and check out his other work.
Sup guys it’s your man Keith here!
So I thought I would post about Chromacon which will be in Auckland, New Zealand 8th-9th April this year.
This is where illustrators, Animations, game designers, comics and much more will all be show casing their chosen fields and where you can get a chance to talk with those in the industry you might be wanting to work in in the future.
It’s free entry but you can always pledge which is to the left of their website when you click on their logo up there.
Also want to point out a very important bit of info: this event is biyearly which means it happens every 2 years so if you miss this year the next one isn’t until 2019.
If I get the chance to go I’ll post about it here and what you could expect in 2019.
P.S the logo is clickable and will take you straight to the website.
While I was surfing the web I found what I believe not to be the worst website ever but still bad, and that would be the Game Informer website.
The reason being that with the Game Informer magazine it is full of information, and is covered in awesome art work but the website on the other hand although informative dose lack the art side.
When I went on the Game Informer website I was disappointed to see that it did not contain any background art or any background at all for that matter it’s just plain white, and the only art is the screen shots of the games they were reviewing and in the article themselves.
And I was not impressed with the size of the site it felt to small and skinny for a website like that and everything looked mushed together.
When you click into the article it fills the screen and it’s filled with information and screen shots so you can see what they are talking about. However I feel like the two pages are very different from each other and they shouldn’t, one looks like it was given more attention than the other and that’s not good.
If you are going to have that much room on each side of the home page you need to have something to fill it with otherwise it just looks empty, boring , plain all the bad words you don’t want, you can be informative but you need to have flare as well because you can’t have one without the other.
Don’t get me wrong I like Game Informer I like there mags and what they have to say, there good but they could be great, because your home page is the first thing your readers see and is your most imported page and so I believe that the worst website is the Game Informer website because they forgot there homepage.
Dot looking texture.
Jpeg I think works with multi-coloured changes in a image.
GIF works with multi-coloured changes because it can be more detailed except for the Web 216 dot looking texture, that is better for a block-colour changes.
Png works with block-coloured and multi-coloured changes.