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Wednesday, April 15, 2009
I came across this really sweet music video that uses the tilt-shift technique to make regular real-life scenes appear miniature:
Bathtub IV from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.
A while ago I came across a tutorial that shows you how to use this effect on your photos using Adobe Photoshop. Here's an image I made with the effect way back in May of 2006:
Fully done by Joe at 10:14 pm
Thursday, April 09, 2009
Monday, March 02, 2009
Unbelievably awesome musical comedian Sammy J, who I've worked with previously, has a brand new show lined up for this year's Melbourne International Comedy Festival. It's called 1999, and it's gonna be an absolute killer-diller show. And I'm not just saying that because I wanted to use killer-diller in a sentence. These photos (sent to me from Sammy's iPhone - yay techmologies) are of the set backdrops I created. They're "slices of life" meant to give the impression of a set. One is of Sammy's bedroom, and the other his classroom, both circa 1999. They were heaps of fun to do, and it's amazing to see them printed up all big like this.
I created them all in vector art using Adobe Illustrator, which means they don't lose quality when being blown up to huge sizes. Here's what the bookshelf looks like:
And here's a little ad for the show. Go see it!
Fully done by Joe at 7:51 pm