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Monday Time [Jun. 7th, 2010|01:53 pm]
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Log-Scale Clock Face

For those of you not fortunate enough to have a bank holiday today, this Log-Scale Clock should mesh with your perception of the passage of time at work.
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Untitled Dalek Sketch 6 [Jan. 13th, 2010|08:53 pm]
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Untitled Dalek Woman Completed
I think that's about it. Here's a slightly larger version.

As a last little touch I've added a rank insignia, which I didn't even know they had until I found this (I'm so glad someone out there obsesses over this stuff so I don't have to). I could work up a background but I'd never planned to and when you tack on a BG like that it will look tacked on.
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Untitled Dalek Sketch 5 [Jan. 12th, 2010|10:53 pm]
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Dalek Sketch Progress
Getting there...
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Untitled Dalek Sketch 4 [Jan. 11th, 2010|11:43 pm]
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Untitled Dalek Woman Sketch hair technique close-up
If the detail, or deviation from the intended detail, is going to end up smaller than a pixel-width then it's really time to move on to the next area.
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Untitled Dalek Sketch 3 [Jan. 10th, 2010|09:15 pm]
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Dalek Woman Shading Close-up
Still no title. Nothing adventurous in technique here, just basic airbrushing.
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Untitled Dalek Sketch 2 [Jan. 9th, 2010|07:18 pm]
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Untitled Dalek Woman Base Colour
Basic colour areas picked out in vector masks...
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Untitled Dalek Sketch [Jan. 8th, 2010|05:55 pm]
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Untitled Dalek Sketch
Haven't thought of a title yet. Perhaps something will present itself while I work in.
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Augmented Unreality [Oct. 13th, 2009|01:10 pm]
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Augmented Unreality Goggles preview image
Inspired by this video from Christoph Rehage (or at least inspired by switching this video to full screen mode).

Other formats: JPG, GIF, PNG Blank (transparency for alternate image).
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111111 Minutes to 111 [Apr. 21st, 2009|10:08 am]
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Mechanical Binary Clock
This latest animation project is a simulation of a mechanical binary timepiece finished in gunmetal, glass, brass and gold leaf. Binary time, in this case, is a 16 bit value which divides the day into 65,536 seconds. It even chimes the 4 bit hour in binary. There are full instructions on reading the clock, using the controls and also on embedding this animation in your own web pages.

The animation is released under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike 3.0 license.
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