Archive for December, 2010
Merry Christmas from Scriptic December 26th, 2010
Hello all, a day late I know but here’s my Christmas Post. After a hellish journey involving 40 odd hours on a variety of Coaches, Trains, Cars and Boats I finally arrived in Chelm, Poland yesterday at around 5. Just in time for Christmas dinner – and after all that I didn’t even get a white Christmas – which I was under the impression I was gauranteed of when I’m practically in Siberia. Never mind.
Anyway, since I haven’t done any post worthy work of late I’ve been digging through the archives once again and found this Christmassy game which I made as an e-christmas card for an agency I was working for some years ago (hence the branding).
This is so old I havent bothered posting the source files – I have no idea what version of Flash it was built in but it’s certainly AS1 – if you want them, however, just let me know.
Anyway – once again have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Happy Birthday to me! December 11th, 2010
I’ve managed 17 glorious posts in total this year, across 24 categories – which isn’t bad I guess, more than the one a month that i’d anticipated. But there have been some slight let downs, the main one being the complete failure on my part to ever get around to building the custom template that Scriptic deserves. The good news, however, is that i’m currently in the process of remedying that – the HTML has been built and i’ve started the templating stage so hopefully in the next month, perhaps sooner, the site will be relaunched with a new look but the same high quality, hard-hitting stories about bits and pieces of code i’ve written or whatevs.
Something to look forward to then, I’ll drink to that. Cheers!
UPDATE: In case you’re wondering the new theme is now in place – you’re looking at it!
London Bathrooms logo December 7th, 2010
Here’s something a little bit different – a logo I designed for my brothers bathroom fitting service. Some time ago (presumably before the birth of Scriptic as it’s not on here) I created a website for the company but it was branded with the Landricombe and Son logo. Recently he decided he wanted a seperate logo for London bathrooms to differentiate the companies a bit more – so here it is. I’m quite pleased with it – I made those bubbles myself
Magnificent isn’t it? It’s certainly a huge improvement on the intermediary one which you might be priviledged enough to see, if you visit the site, before it’s binned forever when this new one goes live.