Tag: chris keegan

  • Procedural generated animation.

    It’s great when motion graphics commissions come along involving any kind of abstract animation. I use a 3D programme called Blender to create procedurally generated abstract graphics like the ones you can see in this post. It’s one of my favourite creative things to do. I use what’s called visual scripting node systems in Blender…

  • Generative fill

    Testing out the new ‘Generative fill’ in the Photoshop Beta I have got to say is pretty impressive.  I took some Photoshop landscape illustrations I created that are a few years old. Which were created as vertical format illustrations. This one was commissioned for a T-Shirt design. I mirrored the artwork over to the right…

  • Record cover designs

    Over the last year, I’ve collaborated with record label Bigo & Twigetti and completed a number of record cover illustrations, which also included Spotify canvas background, animations.  The brief stipulated minimal visuals, designed to enhance the essence of each piano composition. So i set about creating artwork that would serve as a delicate counterpart to…

  • How did your career kick off? I graduated from Camberwell art college studying mainly illustration, typography and photography. I didn’t ready have anything major happen to my career for a good year or two. Small jobs and favours from people slowly started dribbling in. I then started to get a little illustration work for magazines such as Timeout and The FT…

  • This is my latest artwork edition for sale, it is a three colour screen print of a whirlpool in three shades of Blue including one in metallic ink. The metallic Blue ink gives the artwork an extra brilliance and shine showing off the multi-layered mark making. Limited edition of 45. Its 30 x 42 cm…

  • https://vimeo.com/260753970 This is my latest animation using a tune called Black Cloud by Yuka. Its short but took along time to render using the networked Blender render farm: sheepit-renderfarm.com which helped a lot.I’m having no end of fun visualising electronic music in a synesthesia imagined style. The track is available here:http://shop.silentseason.com/track/black-cloud More of my work…