Looking for something to do in Lockdown that would soak up many hours, I hit on the idea of doing a visual makeover for a game in Tabletop Simulator. “The Sorcerer’s Cave” was a favourite casual dungeon crawler in the late1970’s that you played by laying down tiled cards that your party of adventurers then…
A 15mm scale diorama of an imaginary town made using Dave Graffam’s wonderful print-cut-out-and-glue cardboard scenery, a lot of balsa wood, and various metal alloy miniature figurines.
Instructions for project to adapt an extension sun-visor – so that it can be fitted to vehicles with very narrow existing visors. (Medium difficulty)
A project to create digital collages and display them in framed plates inside a faux grimoire.
Showcasing digital art by up-cycling an old clock.
Another of my manipulated fractal / rendered figure composite images.
I remember steam locomotives from my childhood, and particularly watching them during many (seemingly endless) warm summer holidays spent around Hest Bank near Morecambe.
An image created by compositing a wire-frame model into a generated background.
A multimedia work inspired by a famous and celebrated journey which took place many years ago in Japan.
In this project I have used generative music and generative art techniques to create a concept album.
Hello? What’s this? I did not order anything electrical…
How words have have changed their meaning for the younger generations….
A bunch of do-it-yourself upgrades that I created for my copy of the classic board game “Talisman”.
An essay outlining a thought experiment which explores the application of abstract geometries to the data modelling of musical composition and performance.
I wonder what a living space might look like if the things living in it were very far from human? From our perspective, it might look so strange that we would not even recognize form hinting at function. We might guess that it was some natural accretion of crystalline material – growing, yet devoid of design or intent.
I play Magic The Gathering most Friday nights. I am not very skilled at the game, but I like the card designs and admire the artwork. I also like the “paraphernalia” – boxes, dice, playmats etc. So I decided to create my own design for a playmat.
I have been developing my “soundscapes” composition technique recenty with the aid of a sequencer called Nodal, which was developed around 2005 at Monash University, Australia.
I just completed developing a website for an artist friend. Mavis Nwokobia creates the most amazing paintings using a variety of fine art media.
Fractal landscape with figures.
I drafted this little puzzle for my pal Eric, and he enjoyed it so much that he said, “Why not blog it?”
Just to demonstrate that you don’t need to spend a lot of money to make a colourful and interesting personalised gift. I found a magazine for stamp collectors in a charity shop for 20p. A plain wooden “chest” style box from “The Works” ready for decorating costs £2.00 Instructions: (1) Use a pencil to mark…
I designed “Dungeon Race” especially for situations where there are mixed ages of young children playing. If some of the kids are OK with “snakes and ladders”, but not quite ready yet for anything much more complicated, then “Dungeon Race” is a great next step