Rediscovering the joy of an old fascination with vector animations. Rive is new app designed to animate interactive vector graphics. Their plan to integrate it directly into Unreal engine encouraged me to learn its unusual approach to interactivity and animation blending of vector animations they call State Machine.
Below animation samples are interactive, try to hover the mouse and click each animation.
This is a work in progress non-profit project for a dear friend, we would like to create tutorial videos and projects, a website and social media posts related to typography and relevant tools. He has decades of experience with teaching Photshop and Illustrator, Indesign offline. We would like to move his work online.
My job at Neocoregames was to work on the layout and typography, sometimes capturing screenshots from the games, sometimes using concept art or game art.
Recently we created a few video thumbnails and social media posts for my partner’s youtube channel:
My tiniest project:
Emoji designs for a Flightsim Discord Group
These days I am mostly using WordPress and Elementor to create websites. My hosting partner makes sure the plugins are up to date and the sites run smoothly and without issues.
Logo and webdesign for a web store for my friend’s hand made glass jewelleries. She wanted a website that displays her unique jewellery pieces in a personal way. We created a thorough filtering system that feels almost like a game, displaying the diverse range of her beautiful jewellery. I created and developed the site using Illustrator, Photoshop, WordPress and Elementor.
Webdesign for a Psychologist friend using a drawing we drew together with her daughter a few years back. We aimed for a light hearted, trustworthy and serene mood. Tools used: Photoshop, WordPress and Elementor.
The client needed a low budget, simple solution for their website, and we ended up using WordPress and Elementor for displaying the type of performances listed under three categories for this site.
These are hobby projects from a few years back: screen capture with an xbox controller from the VR world of Secondlife, editing in Adobe Premiere. Far from professional, as these are my first works in this field, but I enjoyed working on these.