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In Oxford

The blog is back!

Have had a break over the last few months to settle into my new job. I’m currently the designer of In Oxford magazine at In Designs and love every part it, excellent team, great working atmosphere and a great chance to learn and grow in the creative industry. Making the magazine is sometimes a tad difficult due to slow clients but maybe the hardest thing about it is the constant change of structure.

So far I’ve been lucky enough to create 3 magazines from December through to February, each with their own minor problems but something I’ve been confidently perfecting. To me February has been an important edition as I’ve improved significantly over the last two. I’ve kept dead-on consistent in design throughout the whole magazine which is a hard thing to do at times as you look at the same 80 odd pages everyday over the course of 3 weeks.

The March edition of In Oxford is approaching as I’ve sent copy chase off and am now looking forward to starting work on it.

 Rob

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SHIRT SHIRT

 The Official E-ROLE-T

Created using:

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Me being a plonker almost ruined the shirt as I had the Iron on wayyyy too high. Fortunatly Zoes finger nails got the situation under control as she was able to lift the plastic off the Vinyl.

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The finish is outstanding, feels like a real shirt.  I’d love to create some shirt design and sell them like the very famous Terratag run by the insightfull Paul Nicholson who I’ve had the pleasere of meeting.

Flash Animation

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Check out the Flash animation preview I’ve created over at my Deviant account, it’s coming along nicely!

 Just remember to forget about a script as this is only meant to show animation and art direction.

http://erole.deviantart.com/art/Flash-Preview-129701205

The end is near!

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Uni is tough, really damn hard. It’s not the work, but the amount of it. It’s strange how it all just creeps up. Only a few more weeks until the end, so cracking on as usual.

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So far the work I’m producing I am happy with but am starting to feel like it’s all very similar in terms of style. If you look at all the projects I’ve done over the last two years, you’ll see that I have improved greatly. There is a steady progression to a more polished and understandable style. So once the course is over I’m going to be happy with what I’ve done, put it behind me and start fresh.

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My bussiness card so far, nothing clever or fancy, just a card.