Posted 10.07.2015 @ 7.41PM
Not been doing it much lately but I tend to post on design sites and update my Behance as I tend to prefer working for design types as I find them much easier to work with.
Biggest work bringer-inner was a tutorial I did for Envato on character design.
That brought in a huge amount to the point where I was getting sick of making web mascots.
To this day if you Google "web mascot" mine is the first in Google images.
Posted 06.07.2015 @ 9.53PM
I feel your pain.
Sorry to offend anyone but jazz is like Marmite with anthrax sprinkled on top, especially the free form shit.
I once picked my boys up from primary school and the teacher did the walk of doom towards me.
She told me my eight year old had asked to be excused music class due to "a jazz allergy".
Told her she shouldn't peddle filth to kids.
Posted 03.07.2015 @ 7.23PM
::I've worked in places with and without.::
Most places I've been at I've tended just to wear headphones plugged into my Mac.
Worst place the boss wouldn't allow the staff to even have the radio on in the background.
At Xmas they'd sneak a carol mix on when he went out keeping an eye out for his return.
Said it "was the thin end of the wedge". ('Kin control freak).
Didn't even like me having my low noise earbuds on.
Best is the graff company I work for.
Tunes are compulsory and LOUD!
Usually play a rotation of peoples Spotify mixes.
Remember working all nighters at a football stadium where we plugged into the stadiums PA.
Have happy memories of returning to the stadium at 3am after fetching 'refreshments' and hearing Paper Planes by MIA banging out from outside.
Posted 03.07.2015 @ 6.54PM (Edited 03.07.2015 @ 6.59PM)
I'd be inclined to convert the text to paths and play with the spacing and also tweak those connecting strokes to look like a broken continuation or something.
Also, it might be worth removing the connective stoke from the "s" to see how that would work?
Nothing like a bit of punctuation to bugger up a nice layout.
Posted 20.05.2015 @ 7.02PM (Edited 20.05.2015 @ 7.14PM)
::@scotty must be awesome to see your work realised at that scale!::
Yep mate. It's a buzz alright. :)
The company I work with are no strangers to large scale and are what you'd call "real artists".
Check this puppy out.
Imagine the white page syndrome on this scale.
Posted 29.01.2015 @ 9.12AM (Edited 29.01.2015 @ 11.52AM)
@Scotty - It's not really obvious but if you hover over your avatar and go to Account Settings from the drop down, then go to the Invitations tab. The tab will have the number of invites you have next to it, e.g. Invitations (1).
The other way is if you click on a prospect's profile and you have invites there will be a Draft button at the top of the screen somewhere.