Hooray, I’ve finally got around to moving my blog over to my web server, I’ve had this domain for quite some time but theres always something more important to do (read: plumbers house). You’ll probably see this site change a few times over the next couple of weeks while I …
This vid is all about the new features in Vue xStream/Infinite 2014
Sunset Studios (Namely; Duncan Eastwood, Richard Thomas, & Myself) have an entry for the Make My Horror Movie contest called Fear, Anger, Pain which is set 1855, New Zealand. Deep in the Coromandel forest three Pakeha gold prospectors and their Maori guide, Kepa, are attacked by an unseen force. While fleeing they take refuge with …
Want to work with word docs in Indesign? Perhaps you get content from clients/colleagues in word format and you need to lay it out with tools that are up to the job, well watch and learn.
TIP: If you have a client/colleague who is working on the word doc, get them to save it to a network/cloud drive (e.g. dropbox) and link the same file within inDesign, that way your client can update the word doc and all you need to do is open the InDesign doc (or update the link) and the changes will happen auto-magically!
A small tutorial that covers; selections, layer modes, adjustment layers, smart objects and working with masks in Photoshop. I also talk a lot about non-destructive work flows.
I’ve got a new Vue course in the pipeline. It’ll be taught entirely online so you won’t have to leave the comfort of your home and you can work at your own pace. Stay tuned for more details…
This is a screencast of a lesson I did last year on InDesign. As I’ve been getting a lot of requests about indesign I thought I’d share it with you all.
Over the last couple of weeks I’ve uploaded a couple screencasts to YouTube related to the creation of terrains using the mesh tool. I thought I’d post them here too for all to see.
I recently recorded this for a e-learning symposium. It’s a basic overview of how I use screen casting (and audio recordings) to augment my classes. It includes software (Screenflow, Camtasia and Jing), hardware and basic workflow. Enjoy.