Step One: In order to look into how teams of fours are structured in fiction, I asked Twitter and Facebook to provide me with examples of teams of four. They delivered, so now I have 49 teams of four. The teams can be viewed in the following Google Doc: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VYm5tr2FP91_X5MCMlwoxOzEFcLwG8_VAAZ55IQWMHk/edit?usp=sharing Step Two: Using optimal sort,… Continue reading Quartet – A Team of Four
I made a game on the excellent Pico 8. I very much recommend giving Pico 8 a go. It was called ‘The Legend of Dracenstein‘. I’m really pleased with how it came out and I’ve found Pico8 excellent to use: as a result I think it’s the first of many games I’ve started making that… Continue reading Pico 8 and The Legend of Dracenstein
This is a Comics Panel Drawing Robot i’ve built for the Maker Faire 2018 and Paper Jam Comics Collective. Music in the video is by Mister Fusty The Paper Jam Comics Collective presence at the Maker Faire was really well received. We were awarded a Maker of Merit ribbon – these are awarded to Makers… Continue reading Comics Robot Go!
The Paper Jam Comics Collective anthology specifically made to celebrate the Maker Faire and launch at Maker Fire 2016, my comic outlines, in a vague sort of way, some ideas about making Websites Good… (and how they relate to making Comics Good, with specific emphasis on getting it done rather than right) …an area in… Continue reading Making …and that
(Design it: Build it) 7th – 8th October 2013 Hosted by the BALTIC I recently attended the DIBI conference held in the BALTIC. Here are some of the things that I attended that made me prick my ears up and stuck out as particularly interesting or memorable. Lean Start Up – Idea to MVP Bobby… Continue reading DIBI
The Newcastle Science Comic As part of the British Science Festival in September 2013 I’m immensely proud to have been both a contributor to and a part of the development of the Newcastle Science Comic where I was co-editor of the comic a a whole, and also a page editor for a good number of the… Continue reading Asteroid Belter
2013 at Newcastle Centre for Life This weekend I attended Maker Faire UK at Newcastle’s Centre for Life. It was fascinating: in previous years i’ve been inspired by the Laser Cutters, Plotters and 3D Printers on display. This year, those devices are practically mainstream, and it’s no longer enough to show a thing that you’ve cut… Continue reading The Maker Faire