Cintique

23 Jun 19
MA ART ED 2019

Projection mapping, also known as video mapping and spatial augmented reality, is a projection technology used to turn objects, often irregularly shaped, into a display surface for video projection. These objects may be complex industrial landscapes, such as buildings, small indoor objects or theatrical stages. Morph has given an interactive session which was a great […]

30 May 19
The Coding Surgeon

After a great amount of though and consideration I finally got myself a new, fancy Wacom Cintique Tablet! It was definitely a heavy investment but now I can move into doing digital art (and leave a cleaner desk free from rubber debris). I’ve been working on doing different facial expressions, referring off a list from […]

16 May 19
Scopique's

Look, I have absolutely no business owning a high-tech drawing tablet. My art skills are passable, but drawing using a digital medium just amplifies the realization that I haven’t really drawn anything decent in about 25 years. Yet I have always wanted to have one of those fancy screen-like display tablets as if it were […]

26 Apr 19
Anna's Designs

What were your goals for this week for  career pathways? To continue on my “Drawing on Pictures” Project. What did you achieve this week in terms of your goals? I actually decided to finish that project, and am now moving on to a side project. What problems did you have? None really this week. Sure, […]

10 Apr 19
ozdurose

A Photo from a Friend So the other day, a good friend who worked with me at Sumo sent me a photo of my old desk, empty and deserted, screens blank, wacom un-loved. It was a kind gesture, one that said ‘we miss you, dude’, a sentiment that I share. And so I sent him […]

14 Feb 19
Grays 303

A pair of 1960/70 armchairs with wooden frames and upholstered seat, backs and arm cushions. Useable now these great and extremely comfortable armchairs would be greatly enhanced by reupholstery at some future date. Item Measurements Each is 62 cm wide and 85 cm deep and 90 cm high. Price A$100 for two

16 Sep 18
VIRTUALITY

I receive Inara‘s invitation to visit the exhibition of LuAnne Anatine @Holly Kai Gallery and, last night, on the occasion of the opening, I visit it with Van. LEGGI IN ITALIANO I admit that I had not yet had the opportunity to know the style and technique of LuAnne (a lack of me). Entering one […]

15 Sep 18
Holly Kai Park

Opening at Holly Kai Gallery at 3:00pm SLT on Saturday, September 15th 2018, is our newest exhibition – and the first to be held in the gallery’s new halls. The Art of Lu: Fantasy and Nature features the stunning artwork of Lu Anne Anatine, who brings her magnificent art into Second Life for our enjoyment […]

29 Aug 18
SaKiE

Behind the scenes of a sound design – Timless Short Film. This explains the processes and methods that went during the conception of a short film.

20 Aug 18
the happy chair company blog

Hello there vintage lovers! *Imagine loud klaxons and flashing lights and alarms and stuff*  Only 10 days left of our Summer Sale! 🙂 Like Cinderella’s pumpkin coach, come the 30th August all these offers will poof back to their original prices, so don’t dilly dally!  We’ve got some free deliveries PLUS some discounts on the […]

06 Aug 18
the happy chair company blog

Hello there vintage lovers! This week, it’s all about the summer sale 🙂 From 2nd to the 30th August, we’ve got a whole bunch of lovely offers for you – some free deliveries, some discounts on the actual price, so here’s a quick run-down: First there’s the 10% off gang – Queen Anne Parker Knoll […]

21 May 18
Ben Loynd's animation

  Our first lesson back was animation context and it served as a kind of debriefing of what the second semester is going to consist of. it was a bit daunting the amount of work we’ve got to do but we’ve got plenty of time to do it. I’ve been struggling a little bit planning […]