Sunday, December 11, 2011
Created on my iOS device with the Photosynth app, http://www.photosynth.net.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Monday, August 29, 2011
I wanted to incorporate the Roman numeral for thirty and emphasize the longevity of the event by making the style appear historical in an exaggerated way.
Further refinements and closer to finalization.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Sunday, March 28, 2010
Tuesday, February 09, 2010
Monday, October 19, 2009
Thursday, May 07, 2009
Sunday, November 30, 2008
The G-Lite Mini is the best performing Bluetooth headset I've ever owned and I have used at least six different models over the years, all from different manufacturers. The range is excellent and works even with your phone in a hip pocket, whereas most breakup if the phone is against your body.
It is not the most comfortable I've worn so I added a third-party earpiece, but your fit may vary.
Friday, September 05, 2008
Fall is the time of year to test all that fitness training for many skaters. A final endurance blowout before the Holidays and coming winter. Yes, two-thousand and eight marks the 27th "official" A2A Ultramarathon Roadskate.
Monday, July 09, 2007
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Last year, Rollerblade sponsored the Camp with Bohemian Skate School. Both the past and present company logos are incorporated into the city of Decatur logo and the graphic is saved as a layered Adobe Photoshop file so updating will be simpler. Now the artwork can be output in its present rendering or, by turning different layers on and others off, with the Rollerblade logo showing. In addition, the City Of Decatur logo remains unchanged if all layers are left unselected.
Link to previous post: Bohemian Inline Skating
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Album Cover Art
Inside Cover Info
Sunday, June 10, 2007
I then searched for similar artwork and found the eagle with the Fleur de Lis ... said to signify perfection, light, and life. From there I used Adobe Illustrator to create the rope, knot and align the text. Luckily, a common typeface was used.
Here's an example of the final graphic.
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Thursday, September 14, 2006
It's time for another Latino Heritage Month shirt graphic. My initial design submission was based on the few parameters that were communicated to me ... Yellow-gold shirt color with a "bright" and "wow" reaction. It was apparently not safe enough and was more specific to ancient American Indian Mayan and Quiché.
Here's the final graphic used that was based on the poster and flyer that the Airport was using for their promotion. Unfortunately, due to time constraints, the graphic was heat transferred and not screen printed so the colors did not "pop" like in this image.
Tuesday, July 25, 2006
First, I'd like to thank Ezra (iTunes Store Customer Support) for cueing a previous iTunes purchase so I could download it again. "Yay!" Luckily, I think I've unwittingly lost or deleted only one purchased music file. Overall, how satisfied was I with my recent support experience? Very Satisfied.
Quoted from Customer Support email:
"Dear Kenneth, I'm sorry to hear that you lost your iTunes Store purchase. I know how distressing that can be, so I've made the content you lost available for you to download again, free of charge. Please understand that Apple does not offer protection against the loss of your purchases, so this is a one-time exception."
My suggestion, sent to Apple in an online follow up survey for the iTMS, is to simply allow previous purchases to be re-downloaded as long as the users account still actively exists and, of course, the file content is available. All the account info is kept so as long as Apple can and does legally sell a particular file (music or video) why not? The data is still subject to the same DRM so "let it be" ... Oh yeah, those guys' record company still think people confuse computers with them.
Monday, July 24, 2006
Thursday, July 06, 2006
PS: I actually found a printed shirt from that project in my giant pile o'shirts! I could scan it, but, I'll recreate it instead. The map was still available online and with a little modifying shouldn't be difficult to recreate the print.
Sunday, June 25, 2006
Tuesday, June 13, 2006
I gotta do some shirts for Bohemian Skate School's Decatur Parks and Rec inline skating summer camp and I have no idea what color or anything to use. All I can picture is just black graphics on plain white tees ... that's no good, is it? *Uhg*
This is the full color logo from the Decatur, GA Website.
Here's the final graphic that was created for the city of Decatur's (Georgia) McKoy Skate Camp 2006. Superduper thanks go out to Graphic Designer Marie of Art Studio Five in Boca Raton, Florida for correctly identifying the typeface used. I was told everyone liked it and the city's park directors even asked where their shirts were! ¡ Woo-Hoo !
This version of the Bohemian Skate School logo went on the back of the T-shirts.
Saturday, June 03, 2006
H.G. Wells' War Of The Worlds
I followed the little hype there was and eagerly anticipated the release of this movie. Pre-ordered the DVD when it was announced that this movie was going straight to disc. Whoa! I was stunned in disappointment.
I think I know what happened, though. When it was discovered that there were others simultaneously creating WOTW movies and all chance of getting a last minute budget infusion evaporated ... this DVD is what remains. A movie devoid of proper computer effects rendering and film editing. The footage wasn't edited into a theatrically distributable form. Out of a love of the original idea, nearly everything usable that was shot simply got added onto the disc. "Take 1, take 2, take 3 ..." they're all included ad nauseam.
Just a little more time, editing and (of course) money could have saved this thing from being the lamentable epic that it is. Embarrassing to watch, really ... I'm NOT kidding. Resurrection anyone? Peter Jackson?
Tuesday, May 09, 2006
Also, he conveniently left before the power company guy arrived so the guy's looking at me like I'm the idiot.
Asks, "You didn't do this, did you?"
The overhanging limb was being cut far from the offending power lines ... when we started. There was one nub of a precut limb from previous years trimming that might hang on the lines, otherwise, the limb should just have fallen. Well, just to make sure the limb clears I see he's got a rake to try and push with. Sparks fly and several popping sounds later ... Couldn't have tangled it in there better if it'd been done on purpose.