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Cha Cha's Cantina Godzilla Dilla Illustration And Graphic Poster Design

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Cha Chas Cantina Godzilla Dilla Illustration And Graphic Poster Design

The Description:

This is a 3 x 4 foot poster illustration and design I did in 2009 for the Richmond Virginia restaurant Cha Cha's Cantina, located in downtown Shockoe Bottom. This piece was created for their Godzilla Dilla food challenge, where participants had to eat a 5-pound quesadilla!

Undead Spaceman Illustration With Step By Step Images Of The Starting Pencil Drawing To The Finalized Inks

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Undead Spaceman Illustration With Step By Step Images Of The Starting Pencil Drawing To The Finalized Inks

The Description:

This is an inked illustration of an undead spaceman I did in my sketch pad. I haven't been drawing as much as I'd like to in recent years and had an urge to put pencil to paper once again. Below I have step by step images of my drawing process, showing the starting pencil drawing to the finalized inks, enjoy!

How To Create A Fancy HTML Table Styled With CSS Using The Basic Hover Selector Function

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How To Create A Fancy HTML Table Styled With CSS Using The Basic Hover Selector Function

Overview:

In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a fancy HTML and CSS table! If you're new to coding and need to start with the basics, check out this project first: How To Create A Simple HTML Table. If you're interested in viewing calendars created in code, check out these calendar projects here. Otherwise let's check out the demo and code below!

DoubleBagger Beer Bar Scene Concept Illustration For A T-Shirt

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DoubleBagger Beer Bar Scene Concept Illustration For A T-Shirt

The Description:

This is an illustration for a DoubleBagger Beer T-shirt I created in 2009. It depicts a bar scene with a man and a woman wearing paper bags on their heads in reference to the question below - Paper or plastic?

Meter Maid Hit With A Snowball Digital Concept Illustration For A Local Newspaper Calendar Contest

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Meter Maid Hit With A Snowball Digital Concept Illustration For A Local Newspaper Calendar Contest

The Description:

This illustration was created in 2007 not only as a school project in college, but also as an entry into the local newspapers winter calendar contest. Unfortunately it didn't get picked, and in fact, it was tossed aside rapidly by the papers editors because I put "OH $#!T" on the snowboard held by the penguin located on the bottom-middle. My professor, the late, great K.P. Talbott said to the newspaper "If you like it, he can easily take that out", but the editors already had their mind set. Oh well. But I digress.

The work depicts a very busy scene in which the focal point is a parking meter attendant getting pummeled in the face by a snowball.

How To Create A Weekly Agenda Styled With CSS Using The Rotate Transform And Transition Properties

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How To Create A Weekly Agenda Styled With CSS Using The Rotate Transform And Transition Properties

Overview:

As I learn more about what can be done with coding, the more fun it becomes. With this project I decided to create a weekly agenda with HTML and CSS that used the rotate transform and transition properties of CSS3. These specific functions are used to spin and show a larger block with text upon mouseover. More specifically, when you hover your mouse over a day of the week, the small tile will rotate 180 degrees and show the information on the back within a larger tile.

*For now, I still have some bugs to work out and this agenda does not work correctly in Safari, but it does work great in Chrome and Firefox.

How To Create A Fancy HTML Calendar Styled With CSS That Uses Hover Enlarge To Expand The Days Of The Week On Mouseover

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How To Create A Fancy HTML Calendar Styled With CSS That Uses Hover Enlarge To Expand The Days Of The Week On Mouseover

Overview:

I have created a basic HTML and somewhat fancy (in my opinion) calendar that I styled with CSS and uses hover enlarge to expand the days of the week when you mouseover them! Below I have them demo for you to try out! After that I have the HTML and CSS code. Let me know your thoughts on this by leaving a comment below and feel free to make improvements on this code!

*Note that this calendar does not work correctly in Safari. I have some bugs to work out.

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