They’re Brill And They Know It

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I delve into the world of Brill, a talented team of Interior Designers based in Belfast.

Here Come The Girls!

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If you type the word ‘STEM’ and ‘female’ into Google search, chances are you’ll see an extensive list of articles concerning the lack of female representation in STEM orientated careers. This isn’t a new dilemma, it’s historical. It’s global. And it’s not going away.

Cosying up for Autumn

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I’m not one of those people who redecorates according to the season. However, in the midst of Autumn, when the days get shorter and the air a little more crisp; Autumn Home Interiorsit’s always nice to maximise the ‘cosy’ factor by incorporating a few well chosen accessories.

Colour Theory

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As part of my Interior Design Diploma studies, I was required to examine and write a report on my understanding of colour theory. I’ve uploaded this report for my followers/readers as a useful point of reference.

5 Top Tips to Creating Digital Concept Boards

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We all know how much I adore 3D Visualisation and its sheer awesomeness (and accuracy) at conveying a design concept. But sometimes you just can’t beat a good ‘ol fashioned concept board.

The Psychology of Colour

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I was approached by an Interior Designer a few months ago to create two different sets of 3D visuals for the same space. You see, two different design schemes were being proposed and the Designer was curious to see how each individual design concept would look in a photo-real 3D visual.

Virtual Bathroom Design

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Creating your dream bathroom has been made a trillion times easier thanks to Virtual Bathroom Designer.

My Biggest 3D Modelling Challenge To Date

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I recently dipped my toes into foreign territory where my 3D Visualisation services are concerned and had the pleasure of collaborating with the Creative Director of The Events Mill to produce 3D visuals for an impending event in London.

It’s 2D but Not As We Know It

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I’ve been playing around with Adobe After Effects and whilst this piece of (astounding) kit has many bells and whistles, it can be extremely daunting for someone self-taught like me to use it and actually produce something interesting and credible.

3D Visual Hall of Fame

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When you’re a ‘creative’ type and have started to amass a (sort of) collection of works, it’s nice to take a little bit of time out from your hectic schedule to revisit previous projects and reflect, ponder and bathe in the fuzzy warmth of nostalgia.

The Seedy World of the 3D Visualiser

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To honour my obsession with Ryan Gosling I’ve undertaken some essential and very thorough research (stalking). I even put my Photoshop skills to good use by creating a fantasy world where Ryan took me to red carpet events…

3D Visualisation Service – The Process Explained

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I thought it would be interesting to write a post explaining the process of how I create 3D visuals for my clients; from the moment I’m commissioned to undertake a new project, to the creation of the final presentation.

Interview with Greg Magierowski – 3D Artist

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I got chatting with a pleasant chap via Twitter a few days ago. He’s also in the 3D Visualisation industry and because he was so friendly I asked if he would like to take part in an interview on my blog.

Glass Appreciation Society – New Members Welcome

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My most recent 3D Visualisation commission, whilst slightly labour intensive highlighted a very important lesson when trying to aim for that all elusive photo-real effect…