This was our response, in 1995, to the Seattle Weekly feature article, “Should Gays Act Like Gays?”. The Nineties were such a piece of shit decade. Good music, though.
Our bowling team needed a logo for shirts, because bowling teams need shirts and shirts need logos. I don’t make the rules, I just break them when I can.
Logo design for the John Wayne Pioneer Trail in the Iron Horse State Park.
A less quick and simple (but still pretty quick and simple as reskins go) skin mod for American Truck Simulator. This is the Peterbilt 579 Hi Rise Sleeper.
Designing logos can be incredibly challenging. The trick for me is to spend a lot of time with the idea away from my desk where I feel pressure to be putting ideas into documents. Ideas have to begin in the fertile fields of imagination and be allowed to graze for a while. It’s nice to […]
3D model skinning is a blast. This is just a quick job that got me trained on the tools for editing the textures in Euro Truck Simulator 2. Now we go in-depth and learn more about what’s going where and how to make the best use of it.
Finally finished. I’ve stared at this way too closely for way too long to be fully objective about it, but it turned out really well except for the parts that make it look like a vacation photo from Uncanny Valley.
I’m editing a cement pumper into an image of the Volunteer Park reservoir. The vehicle fits best into the scene if it’s flipped horizontally. That’s fine, not a problem. [Flip Horizontal] at your service.
Sometimes things just don’t line up properly. When that happens, you can throw the rubber ducky out with the bath water, or you can make a strategic edit. Today while joining two photos into a panorama, I noticed too late that the fences weren’t lining up. The fence stretched the length of the entire photograph, […]
This edit involved both Photoshop and Affinity Design. In photoshop, as discussed earlier, I added the Obeebo dance steps sculpture from further up Broadway as if it were a zen garden at the foot of the station where the Central Coop will someday be built.