This minute-plus video showcases some of the new additions to Mjolnir Software’s originally free-to-play release “The Crucible.” A lot of hard work from a lot of talented and dedicated people went into this.
I was approached to design a new press-kit for internationally recognized DJ “D Rock”. My goal was to reinforce the idea of “NYC’s most wanted” by using an Art Deco theme. I kept to a more aggressive colour pallete in order to heighten a sense of action and danger, without attaching any obvious violent imagery, keeping it a more inclusively accessible piece of media.
Here’s a quick turntable video as I stretch my legs with the new equipment and the new tools. I’m so satisfied with my work environment. Just a few more changes here physically and in software and I’ll be pumping out some crazy things.
For the first time in over a decade, I pulled the trigger on the purchase of a brand new desktop PC. This will be the first time in as long as I can remember in which I will have a rig that is absolutely fresh out of the box and unowned 100% in every way possible. The long line of bashing together a system from scavenging has ended. Which is funny, because I think I might still have a soundcard or NIC that’s older than your mother. Anyways, with my current pile of responsibilities and my greatly deepened skill-set, it was time to upgrade my tool box.
Careful deliberation on what I wanted to offer as content pretty much demanded I set up this magazine style. I wanted to do something that was both professional and elegant in order to properly say goodbye to any future involvement in some of the art I used to do. Most notably, I wanted to present one final look at both my music and my photography, and I’m hoping this new design helps to encapsulate everything into one cohesive theme.