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by Derek Carlin (posted: Dec 19, 2014)
I dabble in CGI. Often I create "doodle" images. These are images just for fun, or maybe to help learn a new technique or to play with a newly purchased model. Some are also "research" images for projects I'm working on at the time.
So a lot of images are not seen by any eyes other than mine. I'm starting to get into the habit of collecting some of the more decent ones into an annual summary, just to give people an feeling of the range of ideas that cross my mind in the span of a year. Some doodles actually become inspiration for more detailed stories.
So these are my doodles from the 2014 year. Many you may see as research for other shows I've screened for WCAG. This year's more significant projects included:
- Supremacy — a CGI slideshow I did for WCAG, exploring ideas about the real reason behind mankind's seeming desire to always be fighting.
- "Webby Awards" — a CGI "awards show" I did for my photoclub's AGM, in part celebrating their work over the past year. In my role as webmaster, I handed out (virtual) "webby awards" to those members whose images got the most hits on our website.
- World of Stories — WCAG put on a public show night this year, and I used CGI to create some logo/promo graphics we used for the event. I also made a "pre-show" that was the countdown to the start of the event, which had a sci-fi space theme to it.
- Social media — many of my doodles I wind up polishing a little so I can use them as facebook cover images, custom greeting cards and even avatars for various websites I'm on.