While I’ve been really busy working on editing videos and photos, I try to design in my free time. It usually occurs at 2am or later (if I even have the energy to stay up that late), but I finally get a chance to sit, relax, crank up some iTunes, and let my mind unwind and create whatever I can imagine.
I thought I would post some artwork that I recently finished up over the past couple weeks. I have a whole bunch more, but I’ll save those for sometime later. I’ve also been working on some motiongraphics artwork as well in Adobe After Effects…but those pieces take a bit longer to complete ;)
While Danielle and I are getting ready to post a whole bunch of new photos and also new videos, I though I would take a break and post a couple fun graphic design images that I made over the past couple weeks or so. Whenever I take a break from editing photos or video, I like to sit, listen to music and play around with tools in Photoshop. Sometimes I just create abstract drawings or test out different filters, but most of the time I try and make something I can use elsewhere. Its a good way to get the creative juices flowing again and then I can get back to work feeling refreshed.
Danielle and I are going to be posting a whole bunch of photos soon, from both recent and older photoshoots. Also, I have just recently begun the arduous task of scanning all the Polaroid photos that I took while in Hawaii over the Holidays…..so I will definitely be posting those as soon as I get them all digitized and awesome-ized.
Recently, I had a chance to gather up all the vintage cameras that I have collected over the years (and also a whole bunch I found in while cleaning out the shed) and place them all up on my shelf for decoration. I thought it might be cool to design some fake fake vintage camera ads and frame them to put intermixed with the camera display.