Archive for November, 2009
Recently, I have had an increase in desire to fill this website with more content. I intend to use this site for my graphic design portfolio, but also have other content as well. A few months back, I mentioned that I’ve been coming up with a lifelong to-do list. I’m working on getting a few of them done, particularly I’ve been doing a little bit of game design. Adding lots of content that isn’t artworks I can insert in my portfolio may require a little alteration to this web site’s format (but that’s not something I’m not used to doing).
What the heck is this? A piece of a notebook I wrote on. I came up with an idea for a game in 2000 which I began work on in 2003. I converted the paper to digital format and this is one of the many ideas I am preparing for publication.
We’ll see where this takes me, but regardless of how it gets done, I do intend to start publishing some different content on this site. I mentioned a while back that I’ve been backing up old paper documents into digital formats and polishing them for publication. I’m on the polishing part right now. Perhaps I’ll get around to putting up my music-related content too.
I am going in a different direction with this site? Only time will tell.
I added some new (and some older) things to my portfolio.
First off, a few unused logos I made for a tax service (whose name and number has been intentionally obscured):
Here’s a fun little thing I did here: I redrew an image to vector format. Vector graphics are graphics whose appearance is determined by mathematical equations. The nature of vector graphics allows them to be enlarged to any size without any loss of quality. I’m not sure what this is a picture of.
A motion photograph of a pot being tipped over: