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01 JULY 2012

Ink: Central China Television's dramatic TV ident

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20103D animation3ds Maxadadvertisementaestheticsanimation • CCTV (China) • Central China Television • CGfly-throughgraphic representationidentink • Ink (video) • ink in water • Krakatoa (software) • Liang Yuanchun • Mass Media International Advertising • MMIA • motion design • Niko Tziopanos • particle manipulation • particle rendering • Peoples Republic of China • renderer • sequence design • Sophia Xu • Thinkbox Software • Tokyoplastic • Troublemakers.tv • TV identvisual designvisual spectaclevisualisationvolumetric particle rendering • Wu Hao • Zhou Jiahong

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Simon Perkins
02 JULY 2010

Portfolio for Video Game Environment Artist Philip Howlett

"The Second City is a 1930's Chicago inspired street scene. This was created for a client who was looking for a proof of concept, with a view to presenting it to games publishers. All assets were modelled and textured by myself, from an extensive catalogue of reference photography. ...

This is a fly–through video recorded in Fraps straight from the UDK viewpoint. Breakdowns of meshes and lighting can be seen. Thanks to Robert Antill for the work he did in After Effects on this."

(Philip Howlett)

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1930s3DAfter EffectsanimationChicagocreative practicedesign portfoliodesignerenvironment • environment artist • fly-through • Fraps • gamegraphic representationmodellingMultimedia 3rd yearmultimedia graduateNTUNTU Multimedia • Philip Howlett • portfolioproof of conceptRob Antillspatial design • street scene • texturing • The Second City • UDK viewpoint • video gamevirtual environmentsvisual communicationvisual designvisualisation

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Multimedia
14 JULY 2005

Google Earth: An Interactive Map Of The July 7th London Bombings

ABC News Online (Australia)
On the [London bombings] map, you can do an automatic fly–through of the sequence of events using the play button. Or you can navigate manually to the site of each explosion, where you can find extra material, including the latest news, plus audio and photos.

An interactive map created by ABC News Online (Australia) showing the scene of the recent London bombings. This map runs inside the software application Google Earth.

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ABCbombingfly-throughGoogle EarthLondonmapUKvirtual
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