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Fuzzy Coconut Logo

Logo built for a loosely fit freelance group that I do work with. We mostly just bounce ideas off of each other but we did manage to put together an XHTML DashBoard Widget for OS X and partially finished website to go around it. Because of our total disregard for the ‘nut’s integrity he finds himself in […]

August 15, 2007 | Logos | Comments Off on Fuzzy Coconut Logo

Today’s Hot Topics

Today’s Hot Topics A logo for a small group of students who were starting a blog. It was chosen during an informal contest on a web forum. Those funny bobble headed canadians eventually lost interest, but the logo still stands proud. Home page: Today’s Hot Topics.

June 21, 2007 | Logos | Comments Off on Today’s Hot Topics

Side Scrolling in Adobe – keep your hands on the keyboard

Scrolling up and down is easy. If you have a scroll wheel mouse or a laptop with trackpad scrolling abilities then vertical scrolling is a piece of cake. If you have a PowerBook/MacBook or a Mighty Mouse then side scrolling is easy too – simply drag two fingers or roll that little ball left or […]

June 30, 2006 | Computers | 6 comments

Porsche Illustration

This started out as a personal project to learn the advanced features of Adobe Illustrator and turned into a 20+ layer monster. Even now it brings my computer to its knees with layers on layers of gradient meshes and transparent color building.

February 20, 2006 | Digital Composition & Illustration | Comments Off on Porsche Illustration