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Creating Worship Aids

Creating Worship Aids

Ever wonder how to create worship aids on your computer with out physically cutting and pasting? Here’s a brief video to give you some ideas on how to do these with software like Publisher and Adobe INDesign. Created for you by someone who does A LOT of worship aids!

Graphic Design Student Hunter Hargest | The Art Institute of Washington

Graphic Design Student Hunter Hargest | The Art Institute of Washington

Learn about The Art Institute of Washington Graphic Design student, Hunter Hargest.

Check out all of the Graphic Design degree programs offered at The Art Institute of Washington here: https://www.artinstitutes.edu/arlington/academics/visual-design/graphic-web-design-degree-programs

To learn more about The Art Institute of Washington, please visit https://www.artinstitutes.edu/arlington
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Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ai_washington

OZRI2018 – 3D models of Australian capital cities

OZRI2018 – 3D models of Australian capital cities

Aerometrex provide 3D models of Australian Capital cities as a download, service or subscription.

Standard resolution is 7.5cm for 2018 3D models and 10cm for 2017 models.

Whole 3D models cost is AUD 5,000.00-10,000.00.

Data can be provided in a range of 3D formats including ESRI i3s, Cesium 3D tiles, OSGB, OBJ, FBX, LAS, Bentley 3MX/3SM etc.

These 3D models can be used for a range of applications including but not limited to:

Town planning and urban design
Civil Engineering and transport
Solar analysis
Games and virtual reality
Visual effects

Contact us on: 8 8362 9911
info@aerometrex.com.au or visit www.aero3dpro.com.au

Arabic Graphic Designs Exhibition

Arabic Graphic Designs Exhibition

Waziri Zayyanu

Media portrayal of the Middle East over time dwells more on crises.
Some Artists however are trying to project a more favourable image of the region through Arabic graphic designs. This was at an exhibition of one of such Artists.

Alex Da Corte: 57 Varieties | Art21 “Extended Play”

Alex Da Corte: 57 Varieties | Art21 “Extended Play”

Episode #260: At work on his installation for the 57th edition of the Carnegie International in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Alex Da Corte films a series of fifty-seven videos that combine personal narrative, art-historical references, and television characters, to create a contemporary portrait of America. Drawn to misunderstood and colorful characters, Da Corte is shown portraying Sesame Street puppeteer Caroll Spinney, the Wicked Witch of the West, the Statue of Liberty, the Pink Panther, and Mr. Rogers. Da Corte juxtaposes, remixes, and flattens these disparate images in order to tell new stories with familiar characters.

Filming at his studio in Philadelphia and a soundstage in New Jersey, Da Corte enlists a team of artists to create the one-of-a-kind makeup, costumes, and props. “We as a studio all really value material,” explains Da Corte, describing the hours that go into sewing costumes, building sets, and working with neon. Da Corte’s parents, siblings, nieces and nephews also join him on set, helping with the painting of an enormous rose lattice inspired by his grandmother. “My family is all I have; my family is everything to me,” says Da Corte.

Titled “Rubber Pencil Devil,” the final series of fifty-seven videos are installed within a glowing house built with colorful neon lights, inspired by Da Corte’s time spent drawing at a diner during art school. This dreamlike, immersive environment draws viewers in and evokes a range of reactions, from joy to desire to disgust. Da Corte’s images are paired with the words from Bob Dylan’s 1965 “Subterranean Homesick Blues” video and the artist wonders, “fifty years later, maybe this is a similar moment, in need of some empathetic conversation and maybe if I use [Dylan’s] words and pair them with my images, I might make sense of America.”

Alex Da Corte creates vibrant and immersive large-scale installations that include wall-based works, sculptures, and videos. Colorful and surreal, his work combines personal narrative, art-historical references, pop-culture characters, and the glossy aesthetics of commercial advertising to reveal the humor, absurdity, and psychological complexity of the images and stories that pervade our culture. Da Corte’s juxtaposition, remixing, and flattening of disparate images and icons detaches them from their original meanings, allowing him to tell new stories about familiar characters, with a mixture of empathy, criticism, comedy, and the macabre.

Learn more about the artist at:
https://art21.org/artist/alex-da-corte/

CREDITS | Producer: Ian Forster. Interview: Ian Forster. Editor: Morgan Riles. Field Producer: Tina Kukielski. Camera: Jarred Alterman. Sound: Shapoor Pourshariati. Production Assistant: Adedoyin Pedro. Artwork Courtesy: Alex Da Corte & Karma Gallery. Music: Annie Clark & Austin Fisher. Special Thanks: All Ages Productions, Carnegie Museum of Art, Da Corte Family, Da Corte Studio Team, Hill Theatre Studio, Scott Ross, & Cara Yarmolowicz.

This film is possible thanks to the Arts, Equity & Education Fund. Additional support is provided by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; the Art21 Contemporary Council; and by individual contributors.

Pittsburgh Penguins Motion Graphics

Pittsburgh Penguins Motion Graphics

My attempt at Cinema 4d and After Effects creating Pittsburgh Penguins 3d motion graphics.

How to edit any video on your phone for FREE || Splice Editing App Tutorial

How to edit any video on your phone for FREE || Splice Editing App Tutorial

Hey guys! If you like to film on your iPhone, don’t like or are tired of iMovie, and just want an easy app to edit and export your vids from, this one’s for you.

*One thing: Splice just announced they are totally upgrading their platform in 2019, so when that happens, I will post a new tutorial. In the meantime, I hope this one is helpful for you to get a baseline understanding of how to use the app.

Timeline:
1:02 – Starting a new project
4:27 – Adding voice overs
5:27 – Transitions
5:52 – Editing screen recordings
6:26 – Adding music
7:41 – Adding title cards
13:56 – The Final Product
14:34 – Saving and Exporting

Other Apps mentioned (also free):
Font Candy
TechSmith Capture (for screen recording)

#editing #tutorial #splice

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Hi! I love taking long, romantic walks down the makeup aisle. In real life, I’m a freelance writer based in Pittsburgh, Penna.
www.katebenz.com. Also, my channel is always cruelty free.

I edit my videos on my iPhone 8 using the spliceapp – http://get.spliceapp.com)

One Time, I Went to Pittsburgh to See a College

One Time, I Went to Pittsburgh to See a College

*Make sure to watch until the very end.*
I took some video in Pittsburgh, PA while attending Point Park University’s Admitted Students Day.

Shot, Edited, and Directed by
LAINE FOXWORTHY

Camera
SONY FDR-AX53

Edited Using
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC 2015

Music
“SALAD DAYS”
Written and Performed by MAC DEMARCO
©2014 Captured Tracks

©MMXVIII DEAD FOX FILMS

Pittsburgh Website Design – Soberdash.com

Pittsburgh Website Design – Soberdash.com

Josh Sobedash, 24 – Pittsburgh, PA

Who is Josh Soberdash?
Pittsburgh Digital Production

Pittsburgh Freelance Graphic Designer, Web Designer, Web Developer and Camera Man. As a web designer and developer my objective is to create clean, re-sizable, functional websites that are W3C compliant and cross browser tested for everyday users. Making a positive impact on clients, co-workers, and the Internet using my skills and experience to design and develop compelling and attractive websites, specializing in Front End Web Development, Graphic Design, Print Media , Photography and HD Videos. My skills help companies get in touch with the digital world and give them the online presence they need to stay competitive. I have been working in the field for 7+ years with large scale companies and projects to help reach their end goals on time and on schedule.

Hope you enjoy my work and please feel free to contact me at anytime!

WWW.SOBERDASH.COM
WEB – PRINT – PHOTO – VIDEO

Portfolio – Graphic Design & Web Development
BuzzNtheBurgh – The Buzz in the Steel City!

Optimising a race car chassis with 3D printing

Optimising a race car chassis with 3D printing

For more stories from RAPID + TCT 2017: http://mytct.co/2riW4x8

Concept Laser and GoEngineer recently teamed up to re-engineer a standard race car chassis using topology optimisation and metal 3D printing. The result went on display at RAPID + TCT in Pittsburgh.