Thursday, June 29, 2006

Mammoth Ed!t


Memorial Day Mammoth trip video edit, no other explanation necessary.








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Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Intro to Adobe Illustrator


I made this awesome fish in my Illustrator class today. A little different than my usual photoshop work. But his name makes up for where his artistry falls short.




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Yovee Music and Spectacular Colors


I was working on the YoveeMusic website yesterday and was color matching the different schemes for each page. I lined up the 6 different banner colorways to make sure that the scheme was flowing and oh was it flowing. So I took a screenshot. I finished the website and yoveemusic.com is online. It was a really fun project and great people to work with. I have heard from people that they are about to blow up.. but we will see...click on the picture to check out the website.








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Monday, June 12, 2006

Photo Essay on freeskier.co.nz


The homies over at freeskier.co.nz spotlighted Dillon and my photoessay from the 05 New Zealand escapade. You can peep it here in the news section. You may remember this New Zealand photo essay as well as the video dipicting serence landscape shots, heavy drinking and stunt skiing from the 13 day inhabitance of the island nation in August of last year. Give these guys some love, head over to the site and browse around.

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