Saturday, September 19, 2009

Some Links About Stuff...

SIREN Comic Collection: "SIREN is an anthology of illustrated short stories and comics. Each story deals with the theme of being lured and caught in a different way. From Ben Jelter's sci-fi vision of corporate evil Wetware to Frank Lin's heartbreaking tale of memories haunt, the genres and styles within greatly vary. The artists included have been published in Creative Quarterly, Spectrum, Society of Illustrators Annual, CMYK, and others. Come see us at the launch of the book at APE 2009, in San Francisco!" tagged: comics

Poison River and the vertiginous ellipsis: "In comics, the ellipsis — a spatio-temporal jump in the narration which happens between panels — is a given which the reader, quite often, ignores. ." tagged: comics

Dykstra Talks Inglourious Basterds:
"VFX guru John Dykstra discusses what it was like working with Quentin Tarantino on his wild World War II opus, which stars Brad Pitt and his merry band of Nazi hunters." tagged: CGI tarantino


PETER SHIPKOV
"I know that for many people CG is just work like any other, but for me it is like hobby. Actually it is much more - it is my true passion." tagged: maya CGI Tutorials


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I have been working in the CGI industry for 11 years. Studied Animation at the West Surrey College of Arts and Design (now UCA) and have had work shown at the London Film Festival. I work for Bristol based BDH Design and Direction and have worked on programs such as the BBC’s forthcoming “The Rise of the Continents”,  “British Style Genius” (winner of an RTS), "Wonders of the Universe" and also “The Boy with the Incredible Brain”. 

In my spare time (!), I experiment with animation, and recently kept an Animated Journal.

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