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[22 Apr 2012 | No Comment | 7,320 views]
Softimage user group is reborn!

After a couple of months of working on the website, I’m very excited to announce that www.softimagecreatives.com has gone live, officially announcing the resurrection of the London Softimage user group.

Miscellaneous, VFX Supervision »

[4 Aug 2009 | No Comment | 5,723 views]
VFX Roundup

A quick roundup of articles, videos, and other excellent resources I’ve stumbled on this week.

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[29 Jul 2009 | 2 Comments | 3,175 views]
Reluctant Twitterer?

I feel slightly ashamed to admit that I’ve signed up on Twitter. I’ve heard a lot of people raving about it, so I though I would give it a go…

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[21 Jul 2009 | 12 Comments | 66,755 views]
Houdini CHOPs: Curves from animation

This is a simple but in depth 4 page tutorial on how to use CHOPs to create a curve from the path of an animated object.

It also takes you through the steps of creating a basic Digital Asset.

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[18 Jul 2009 | One Comment | 2,575 views]
The Wire: interview with screenwriter David Simon

As you’ve probably already guessed, occasionally I’ll be posting random content that I think you might be interested in.

If you’ve ever watched The Wire then this is essential viewing. If you haven’t seen it, watch this interview, and then go and buy the boxed set. You won’t regret it.

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[28 Jun 2009 | No Comment | 1,930 views]
A quick intro to RSS

If you haven’t a clue what RSS is all about, then this post is for you.

In a nutshell, RSS is a way of keeping up-to-date with the content of any webpage that provides an RSS feed. Think of it as the internet equivalent of a magazine subscription.

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[27 Jun 2009 | 2 Comments | 2,631 views]
A brand new look

So I guess you’ve probably noticed that the site’s had a bit of an overhaul. About time too eh?

I decided that the old site wasn’t working as it was too tricky to make updates and changes as it all had to be via FTP. So after a bit of looking around I decided that Wordpress was the best option. The site uses a slightly modified theme called “Arthemia”.