Shot with Ashley last year, and had a fun night. It is always nice to go through old photos you have taken and see all the mistakes you made while shooting. Currently, I am going through all my photos and trying to get them off of Flickr now. I have so many photos it’s going to take me years.
Over the winter I seemed to take the camera out more, roaming the city, snapping at whatever passed in front of the lens. Now that the weather is becoming great again, I need to get all my gear together and take more shots.
While trying to clean out my computer since I only had about 800mb left I ran across some old photos I’ve taken. This was the second time I had worked with Jamie, this time I just did the shoot for fun.
A little test with the GoPro, and a clamp strapped to my daughter’s bike. I wanted to see what the quality was like and see how the clamps worked out. The clamps themselves are super strong, and sometimes hard to unclamp.
Last month I helped out Brunette beauty salon while they had a demo class for make-up application. Isidro Valencia performs his magic while the women in the class look on with awe.
The salon owners are some of the kindest people I have meet. And their work with their client’s hair speaks volumes. I should make an appointment there one day instead of having my daughter cut my hair. But she does an amazing job.
Main Street Amusement located in Lafayette, Indiana houses some exceptionally well-maintained pinball machines. The machines date from the late 50′s to some current models. The owner had turned his passion and collection of games into a family friendly arcade, that only opens at night.
There is an assortment of machines to play. This #Spiderman cabinet has some Mark Bagley art on the components so I would date this at around early 00′s. if you are in Indiana I would definitely take the kids to experience what the older generation had. Just to get them off the Xbox or Playstation for a night.
Memories! When the #SKYCURSER team first started working on the game, I was asked to create a logo. I still recall what a hard time I had and tried not to make the logo look “death metal”, with super jagged letters.
So I went back to my studio and looked online for classic ‘80’s style metal logos. I based most of the design with a #Robocop inspired look. I had a hard time making the “K” in my early renditions, they looked like an R or some other character.
After getting approved and finished the logo, I brought the smart object into photoshop and added the metal shines. Once I was done, I began working on the cabinet control panel.
Even though SKYCURSER is an F15 I believe, I used the SR-71 panels as inspiration. The cabinet took so long to build, with hundreds of layers in illustrator, and a final polish in photoshop.
I was really happy with the final product, and finally, we get to see the cabinet placed around the world.