.net - Christmas issue!
Indulge me whilst I plug the labours of my day job. The latest edition of .net is the hottest yet, and is all about Web 2.0 - the next revolution(?). You'll need to be quick off the mark as this is quite a late post. The next issue (January) will be on sale in just over a week. However this Christmas edition is a corker.Besides the Web 2.0 feature you'll find around up of the leading music download
Revamped illustration community
Sun, Nov 27 2005 07:43 | illustration
The Urban Collective site has had a major redesign. Image submissions for each issue now have a ratings system, allowing viewers to vote for their personal preferences. The home page shows the eight top ranking artworks. Its been a while since I submitted anything to the site - I think its time I made the effort. The current issue is 039: Mother Nature. Overall I think the facelift is great, it looks
Sam Gilbey portfolio
Mon, Nov 21 2005 09:56 | illustration
Sam Gilbey is another illustrator that I have used more than most. I really like the quality of image he produces with his tablet. He is quite the Jack-of-all-trades as his portfolio shows: illustration, web building and graphic design. All that and a regular contributor to Pixelsurgeon to boot. Solid work and very reliable.
Carl Flint on the net
Fri, Nov 18 2005 08:47 | illustration
Carl Flint has finally made it onto the net! Hurrah. I've used him in the past for many of the news stories for Internet Works magazine (sadly now defunct - the mag not Carl). More recently he provided me with a rather jolly illustration of Fern Britton, the TV presenter. His style is roughly what I would call a photocopy mashup, but that particular pidgeon hole does him a disservice. Check out his
Yoda grooves like a bad'un
Thu, Nov 17 2005 02:55 | funny
Watch Yoda pull some slick moves in this great little clip on Google. The nodding Clones is a good touch too.
Mapping complex networks
Thu, Nov 17 2005 11:11 | geek
Wow there are some absolutely stunning graphs archived on visual complexity. One of which dates back to 1940. However my favourite is this green one. I love the idea of complex information being represented in these universe-like ways.
Illustration blog 2.0
Thu, Nov 17 2005 09:30 | illustration
Welcome! This is the second version of my blog (the first can be found here). It's also the second version of my site. Hopefully you'll find that navigating this new site is far easier than the old one. Plus, updating my portfolio should now be a lot easier for me - phew!As with the old blog I'll be linking to a whole raft of illustration talent that I think are rather good. Don't forget to let me