Back in March the Wellington Night Markets and the South East Asian Markets were on at the same time, so I wandered through both and took quite a few photos.
I am still mostly keeping up with Project 365, although as we head into winter here in New Zealand and work gets busier, there are fewer opportunities for interesting shots!
April was a little busy so I didn't get round to posting my links for the month. So this post includes my favourite links from both April and May!
I love these beautiful insects crafted from discarded electronics and old circuit boards
This Swedish artist creates working computers that look like retro Lego bricks
John Lasseter: Disney and Pixar Will Have More “Female, Ethnic Characters”
‘Inside Out’: New Concept Art Revealed; Pixar Talks Story
The future of lip-syncing? Or just a gimmick? Adobe Character Animator Lets You Animate With Your Face
I am hoping that the new Studio Ghibli film 'When Marnie Was There' will be at the International Film Festival, but until then I will have to make do with the online trailers and this new teaser.
Speaking of trailers you can watch the new international trailer for ‘The Little Prince’
Smashing Magazine - The Art Of The SVG Filter And Why It Is Awesome
Smashing Magazine - Using Sketch For Responsive Web Design (A Case Study)
Accepting Our Lack of Control · An A List Apart Blog Post
Need a Photo editor? Try Polarr Online Photo Editor 2.0
I am currently trying out Adobe Comp CC on my iPad, software for wireframe, layout, and mockups.
Or if you need to create mockups on your iPhone, try Napkin!
'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles': Untold Story of the Movie "Every Studio in Hollywood" Rejected.
Moon Drawings: I am Sending a drawing of Rangitoto to the moon!
I ticked off my goals of creating and ordering designs from both Shapeways and Ponoko this month, if you are interested in creating 3d-printed or laser-cut designs, I reccommend this Beginners Guide to 3D Printing!