My design work began in the nightclubs of Atlanta. Back then I created frame-by-frame animations. Now, I pull in the strong arms of Adobe After Effects to create my motion graphics. Using After Effects to create tempo-synchronized graphics. The background patterns were created in Adobe Illustrator for the website and incorporated into the piece installation.
Motion Graphics created for Asheville DJ iGuy. The video piece was integrated into a one-page website design. The visual were also used with projectors for special Asheville party event.
Creating the brand, motion graphics and one-page website for the DJ iGuy project was a fun coding project. I created the website using advanced HTML 5 and CSS positioning. CSS can move the content around the screen. Unlike other one-page, that can either go up and down or right to left.
Building sites in Dreamweaver with advanced coding is an excellent showcase – not ideal for updating. The DJ iGuy website could move in four directions – up, down, right, or left. The HTML 5 sites are ideal for static web content. Or for a small website that does not have to be often updated.
Half the joke about the Laser Records illustrations is that when they were created records were surely disappearing. The larger record stored had all but closed. Record players were not selling, not alone “being the top bought Christmas gift for 2015”.
What song do you think would be best listened to on a laser record player?
Creating 3D art is special. Unable 2D art, you can’t doodle in 3D (and I do love to doodle).
In 3D you build. You begin with a blank screen and you begin to build. However, knowing how to build in 3D is where the art and creativity is most present.
3D requires careful planning and consideration. Similar to the process of a conceptual artist – all the ideas, questions, and concerns are answered prior to building.
The wonderful reward from 3D creations are the many views that one art piece can generate.