BlackLetter was used throughout Europe from about 1150 until the end of the 17th century. One of my current preoccupations is developing a set of modern BlackLetter capitals that are highly legible, in BlackLetter terms, and yet retain the richness and beauty inherent in this ancient category of letterform. From time to time I will film clips like this to record my progress. Prints and originals available from seblester.co.uk, twitter.com/seblester. Music by Carlos Márquez, soundcloud.com/cmdigital
A time lapse I recorded in december 2011. I recorded most of the base mesh modeling and base color painting. Some important parts like sculpting or texturing were lost and others were not recorded. I had to cut some useless part such as minor tweaks and errors to make this less boring. Enjoy!
YES, my cursor is a pizza. NO, he doesn't fit in those cars, that may be the reason he is that mad.
This is where it all began. It was our first attempt to design and produce one of our ideas for a film. Having done the shooting, we were not happy with the result and so we had to scrap the initial idea and start all over. We experimented and improvised with the music, the editing and the graphics until we felt we had something. Having no expectations, we posted it on vimeo. The feedback was quick and overwhelming. People’s comments from around the world, gave us the motivation to continue with more films for the series.
This film by Anglo-Dutch designers Studio Glithero explains the creation of Blueware Collection, a series of vases coated with photosensitive dye and decorated by attaching plants to the surface and exposing them to ultraviolet light.
The process, similar to the traditional blueprinting technique, turns the exposed areas of the vase blue while the parts protected by the plants remain white.