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About giantlobsterprd

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  • Birthday October 31

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    London UK
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    Music, film, photography, food, 50s culture & design.

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  1. Mucking about during Covid downtime. This is a combination of AD and Cinema 4D.
  2. For all the people out there that love peak 70's high-camp Vincent Price horror movies. Yes, both of you.
  3. Observed in Peckham, drawn in AD on my iPad and then animated in After Effects.
  4. Tinkering during a slow work week. Inspired by the rain hammering against my office window.
  5. Something I’ve been putting together between other projects. Prints available (probably)
  6. ...neither of which enjoyed anything like the market dominance that QXP had in the late 90s, which is the period I’m describing here. So I’ll stand by my facts.
  7. Here's a story for anyone under 30 who might not have been there at the time (I have put it into spoiler tags so as not to annoy the TL:DR contingent):
  8. Yeah that’s what I meant. The Mac’s got 16gb main RAM. And just to underscore that this isn’t an issue related to underpowered hardware — I’ve got a version of this file on the iPad and it’s fully editable with no issues.
  9. Boatloads of objects – that's how I roll
  10. Hey - so I’m on a 2017 MacBook Pro, touch bar, top end 4gb AMD gpu etc. It shouldn’t be a hardware issue. And it’s only happening on this file, I’ve got other files that are way more complex that work fine. Very odd.
  11. Incidentally now available as a 4K wallpaper on my site at giantlobster.uk/wallpapers
  12. Guys, am getting some weird redraw issues with this file (enclosed) – see screen recording. Thanks Dan affinity.mov banner.afdesign
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