Category Archives: Photography

Delicious Damage: The Importance of References

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Rust pie

One side effect of painting battle damage onto models is that it’s made me start to look very closely at real-life examples of abused metal surfaces. ¬†Whenever I see chipped paint on a car, column, or other metal object I find myself studying it intently to see how the light interacts with the edges of the paint and the effects of rust on the whole object. ¬†Pictures help as source material.

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Lines in the Sky

I haven’t been doing much creatively for a while as I’ve had a very, very big design project going on. It should be published in the next couple of days, and I’ll add a link to it when it’s finally available.

In the meantime I have been doing a bit of photography. Of all things.

I started a project that I thought up a while back named “We put lines in the sky.” It’s an observation of the many lines that have gone up in the sky as a part of civilization’s footprint. I’ve pared down the first roll to a handful and cleaned them up a bit. I shot the following while out on a long bike ride one day.

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