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Custom 3D type uses moving bicycle parts

London-based CG and motion designer Marcel Piekarski has created a custom typeface from bicycle parts, Type-Cycle. Combining 3D forms with spliced bike components, each letterform takes on a unique character. The typeface is eye-catching...

Sky rebrand brings order from chaos

Satellite television network Sky has revealed a colourful new look for its entertainment portfolio. The rebrand includes a new logo design for its Sky 1, Sky Atlantic and Sky Arts channels along with accompanying...

Building a 3D virtual studio in Unity

We’ve been using Unity to create stunning 3D art for more than five years, so when Unity 5 launched we wanted to test its new features, particularly the physically-based shader and realtime GI (global...

5 best new tools for 3D artists in May

Show season is upon us and the animation festivals, expos and conferences are underway. Now is a great time to start adding that impressive 3D art to yourdesign portfolio. This is also a good...

Review: Redshift

Everyone who creates 3D art knows what a time-consuming process rendering can be. But GPU rendering has revolutionised the CGI industry over the past couple of years. Redshift has become one of the most...

5 great resources for learning ES6

The sixth ECMAScript specification was finalised in June 2015, and there is now a flurry of JavaScript features coming our way. These resources will help you decide whether you want to make the jump...

The ultimate Python coding bundle

Companies are always looking for new programmers to join their team. You just need the skills to get the job, and you can get just that from the Ultimate Python Coding Bundle. Get it...

15 brilliant jQuery plugins

When John Resig developed the jQuery library back in 2006, he can’t have imagined that it would become the most popular JavaScript library on the web, or that it would have tens of thousands...

10 best new web design tools in March

much more. This month’s tools are quite exciting: there’s a new version of Foundation for Emails which should make it easier to put together your HTML newsletters; a library that uses a really clever...

How to be a great creative director

It’s many designers’ ultimate goal to become the creative director of a successful agency. Not everyone gets to achieve their dream – you need more than a greatcreative resume and fancy letterpress business cards,...