There's a lot of techniques in this video that I hope you can find some use from. The final artwork that we'll be creating looks like so: https://twitter.com/i/#!/evaneckard/media/slideshow?url=pic.twitter.com%2Fa8PeKbaI Many of the same techniques were used in Chaos Math background artwork: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StNDQdKaXjg The stock Nebula
The Prestige: "Phoenix" Custom COD Prestige Emblem by Evan Eckard (Speed Art) I'm excited to say that my Prestige Emblem series has been picked up to air weekly on Machinima Respawn. Machinima is one of the largest providers of video content
Here's a quick little number on how to create an easy patterned background. Takes less than 10 minutes, and can be used in a variety of ways and places. Find more of my videos on my channel at youtube. Also, feel
I just wrapped up a new site for Machinima Commentator, ONS1AUGH7. His site was a project that I wanted to tackle for sometime - a personal website for a youtube entertainer. I've been following his videos for quite some time,
I've finally cleaned up the original photoshop files used in the creation of the wordpress theme "Desktop Chaos." Head on over to the theme site for details and to download. Enjoy!
I did a quick write-up of artist Eugene Andolsek over at DinPattern.com. His work is extremely impressive, hugely vibrant and pattern-like in nature. He's been creating art since the early 1950's, yet none of his art was ever showcased until
I just released a set of iPad-ready wallpapers over at DinPattern. There's 16 in this first set with more to come. I picked a nice variety to start with and each wallpaper is designed to look good in portrait view