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PGR Collage Collection
Posted on April 5, 2017
One of my more ‘fun’ work tasks is creating small collages for Paramount Games Rental video game reviews.  I make a new image every 10-14 days and post them to PGR’s online news blog called zer0Lag, which is itself also a product of inputforcolor web programming.  At time of writing this post the complete collection […]
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All in a Day’s Work
Posted on March 5, 2017
The launch of a new gaming console (Nintendo Switch) on Thursday made for a busy day at ifc. A lot of games designed for the console were launched on the same day and so a lot of images needed to be created which advertised them all, as well as offers on the new console. However, […]
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ifc first WordPress template page
Posted on February 25, 2017
At time of posting this portfolio blogsite is still ‘Under Construction’ but this post marks a small milestone being passed. I don’t think any portfolio pages will use WordPress’ page.php; though ‘index’ & ‘front-page’ will be utilised, the other pages will all be customised templates. This however, is the first!
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Trawling Google for Images
Posted on February 25, 2017
A large part of my work involves photo-manipulation to create advertising images for clients; and a substantial proportion of these projects begins with a Google search for resources to work with. However, as soon as I employ filters for size or resolution the search results page(s) are flooded with stock images that I can’t use, […]
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Comicallergy 2
Posted on February 25, 2017
I like the balance between cartoon and photo that I managed to create with this image. Again the caption is an attempt to push the storyline beyond the eye-catching image.
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Comicallergy 3
Posted on February 25, 2017
Hmm _ The quote might be clever I don’t think there’s enough cartoon effect in this graphic experiment. The idea behind the captions of these Comicallergy images is to ‘widen the angle’ &or deepen the storyline. (A comment, if you will, on the shallowness of ‘eye-catching’)
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Comicallergy 1
Posted on February 25, 2017
The Comicallergy Series is inspired by the pop art of Roy Lichtenstein but there was also a definite commercial purpose behind learning how to create these images.
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Titanfall 2
Posted on February 25, 2017
This is an image created for Paramount Games Rental for a game review. They are usually an amalgamation of 4-5 in-play screenshots of a particular video game and / or artist impressions of the same, with the game logo super-imposed over them. ‘Titanfall 2’ was released on October 28 2016 and is available for several […]
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