Another Tidewater Comicon piece ready to go! Try not to get lost in the vibrant color scheme. [pause for laughter]
Special mention here for jonahadkins, whose sensational Lost map I used for my reference. He’s a stupendous fellow Virginian artist. Buy prints of his many maps (including “The Geography of Lost”) here!
My #LOST Map Was Published (Again) In "L’Amerique Des Images: Histoire Et Culture Visuelle Des Etats-unis". (The Images Of America: History and Visual Culture Of The United States) And It’s A Whopping 408 Pages. The Publisher Sent Me A Free Copy, Which I Received Today. Way Cool.
Lucky To Be Working For A Great Company. They Sponsored A 24-Hour Hack-A-Thon Type Event, Yesterday And Today. Since I’ve Been A Die-Hard John McClain ArcMap User Since Like ‘99, I Decided To Learn A Brand New Tool/Technology. I Chose The Combination Of MapBox And TileMill. I Used Data From My 'Geography Of LOST' Project I Did In ArcMap And Tried To Replicate It In TileMill With CartoCSS. I Went In Totally Fresh With No Prior Knowledge, And Came Out Feeling Great. I Really Fell In Love With The Elegance Of The Language - Learned A New Appreciation For Developers (I’m Def Not One) - And Can’t Wait To Do A Real Project With TileMill / MapBox.
Check Out A Modest And Limited Demo Here -> http://t.co/8MYrQJ2NA2
Via Langweiledich.net (Germany)
Geography of LOST turned 3 today!
My #LOST Map Newspaper Article Got Moved Up To The Wall At The Deli! (at Danny’s Deli)
Via Laresponsed (France)