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  • RandomBlowup: Unrestrained Expression - Design Showroom

    Hi Everyone!

    http://www.randomblowup.com

    Just like to tell youse about my newly launched company website that I've just started up with 2 other friends.

    We're a Sydney based animation company that specialises in creating 3D Animation, Graphic, Web and Multimedia Design.

    Comments and feedback welcome!
    Thanks
    -noods

  • #2
    I really like the site design. It's clean and very easy to get around in. Two thumbs up! The architectural work is fantastic!

    I was looking at all of the work you have posted on your site and it's all pretty good but your Wimbledon piece needs some work on the audio. It sounds like the tennis player is talking into a tin can. You might try re-recording the audio in a smaller room that possibly has some sound proofing and a higher quality microphone. It would take it from being an ok piece to a great piece.

    One other thing I would change on it is the script. Remove the foul language. I know that you're going for a Macinroe'ish rant from the guy but this site is a sales piece for your company. The language may offend some would-be clients. If you are working to develop clientele, your image is everything.

    Great work otherwise.
    You want it when!? Well in that case, let me pull my magic wand out of my ass and take care of that for you.

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    • #3
      Quality 3D work...aye, this is what I likes to see

      (I gots to work harder)
      My head hurts
      ....................( I )
      ...................Ω

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      • #4
        thanks for the feedback guys!

        idaho - yeah the sound quality on that piece isn't quite up to scratch. ironically though, its been a popular one with the clients! thanks for your suggestions though!

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        • #5
          There is a typo in the webdesign section of the showcase. It says "crips" instead of crisp on the first page (http://www.randomblowup.com/html/showroom.php)
          www.greenthumbcreative.com

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          • #6
            thanks for pointing that out - little things help : )

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            • #7
              Excellent Web site. Looks like you have worked hard on it.

              Great work

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