Thanks Robin!!! It fits perfectly
and if you want to expand the feature image again
- Aperture: ƒ/3.5
- Camera: NIKON D90
- Taken: 9 March, 2013
- Exposure bias: 6/6
- Flash fired: yes
- Focal length: 18mm
- ISO: 200
- Shutter speed: 1/2s
Thanks Robin!!! It fits perfectly
I made this just for fun, but thought someone might enjoy the high resolution texture.
and here’s the full size 3500×3500 jpeg to download in all its glory (Opens in a new window).
And the full photoshop file with the original texture and all the colors in individual layers, download this ~180MB Photoshop file that’s rar’d up (it’s about 350MB uncompressed)
If the download link doesn’t work, I apologize. It’s my personal dropbox and it’s got a limit of daily traffic. Try again tomorrow!
My friend Joe likes to mash his name into things. Like when I pick him up and don’t let him leave, he calls it Joe-Napping.
He also likes quoting Conan the Barbarian (sometimes appropriately…sometimes not).
Therefore, for Christmas I made this beautiful image for him. He was ecstatic!! In the photo he looks super grumpy about it, but I assure you he loved it. He’s just trying to make the same stoic face as he appears in the image. Though, nothing can match that majesty. Just look at how glossy those pecs are.
the whole process took me a little while, and it’s not completely perfect, but I’m extremely happy. When sorting my images in Picasa, the Google Algorithm that does face matching guessed that this picture as well as the original Conan the Barbarian source photo I used both appeared under Joe’s name, so I consider myself successful in this endeavor
It’s been about two months since I started my new job. I finally feel like I’m doing what I was meant to. Everything here comes so naturally to me, I feel challenged, understood, and overall extremely satisfied.
Just a quick update, because I haven’t done anything on the website in a while besides upkeep on the back end. I haven’t taken any photos or done any big projects really, except Jonan the Jobarian, which now that I think about it, I don’t know why I haven’t put that up here. I’ll do that ASAP. As in, next year some time.
We made a new piece! It’s called Dragon’s Breath. A special request from a dear friend of mine Samir Balwani made it to the top of our list. He requested a drink that would be ideal for shots, totally unique, and cool. Easy enough
Click read more for the full process, and the ingredients!
This is pretty much the only place I can do something about it, so I’ll do whatever I can.
I’ll put the TL;DR right on top.
Placed an order with shirtpunch in April, order was half fulfilled in a month, repeated communication, no refund, no fulfillment of second half of order, still waiting.
So, a few months ago (April 25th, 2012), I ordered six shirts from shirtpunch.com. It was an awesome Nathan Fillion shirt, showing him wearing his full Mal gear, pulling open his shirt to reveal his Captain Hammer tee underneath. Pretty sweet! Well, the original order took about a month to fulfill, and I only got three shirts. What gives, right? So I contacted them (May 25th, 2012), and asked hey, where’s my other three shirts? Two days later, I got a response apologizing, and asking for some info so they could look into it. At this point I’m a little sad, but nowhere near mad. I know what it’s like to all of a sudden have to fulfill a thousand orders, and I’m patient.
May 29th after a quick back and forth, they said they’d send out the missing shirts. June 19th 2012 rolls around and I e-mail them again saying “hey, what happened?” They apologized for the delay and said it was on its way…..At this point, the shirts are lost to me, the point is moot, I can’t give the shirts out to my friends like I wanted, I just want to not feel royally taken advantage of.
July 30th, I’m now no longer sad, just mad. I e-mail them again more along the lines of “Hey, what gives??” At which point I’m responded with a “sorry, We’ll refund you AND send you the t shirts.” Okay, I can see they’re attempting reparation. They’ve lost me as a customer, but maybe I won’t feel so damaged from the transaction.
August 24th, I e-mail them saying “So, should I just assume that you’ve stolen my money and call it quits?”
And he asks for my paypal info to refund me, to which I am still waiting. So yeah, don’t buy from shirtpunch.com ever.
I filed a report with the BBB, and they’re current standing with them is an F. That should give you an idea that I’m not an isolated incident.
I’ve given the two shirts I got away, never got the other three, and never got my money back (for at least half the order, I expected this to have happened LONG ago…). I regret buying this via paypal, because there’s pretty much nothing I can do. Paypal refuses to dispute it.
Click read more to see the full e-mail transcripts: Continue reading “Don’t ever do business with Shirtpunch.com” »
check it out! My brother’s company developed their first online game, it’s a lot like Stratego, the world famous strategy game (it’s kind of like a blend of Chess, and Chinese Checkers).
I strongly recommend it, it’s a ton of fun!
and here are some screen caps:
So, my three favorite ships in the Sci Fi genre are as follows (not in order because please don’t make me do that):
Battlestar Galactica, Serenity, and the Millenium Falcon.
I did a scale check to see how they stack up. I knew the order of size would be Millenium Falcon at the smallest, Firefly at nearly double the size, and BSG would be the proverbial tractor trailor. I had no idea it would be THIS extreme until I started actually looking up the number. From the best resources I could find, this is an image of the scale (click to view full size):
These were the steps taken to make this particular brewery label.
First we start with the sketch, and there were lots of ideas going back and forth. General guidelines and feelings, but for the most part the client was receptive to new ideas and was willing to leave a lot of the creative elements up to me. I enjoyed this project quite a bit, mostly because of the people I was working with.
First we started with sketch work the client had done previously, ideas he had, thoughts on the topic. I asked him what his goals were, what kind of feelings he wanted to evoke. Asked him what styles he liked, showed him a few varied examples to get an idea. Fortunately, his ideas were mostly simple, elegant, and clean designs. I enjoyed that. Continue reading “Pratt’s Original Brew” »