Richard Sumner is the owner of Spreadsheet Solutions, a business specialising in... well, solutions... solutions using spreadsheets, to be exact.
Contrary to recent evidence, I've been working on a few creative projects. Strange, right? It's almost like that's what I built this website for in the first place.
A conversation with: Sam Cassidy, CGI Artist22 January, 2022
My first conversation of 2022 is with a talented upcoming CGI artist who graduated and secured employment all during lockdown.
Nu news yous never knews16 December, 2021
It's been over half a year since I had anything worthwhile to share. Nothing's changed, but I am bored, so0o...
Our journey across Siberia comes to 'somewhat' of an end technically, as we approach Blagoveshchensk, a city that sits alongside China.
I've spoken to a few very talented artists over the last year or so. The latest is Lisa Maltby, an illustrator and lettering artist based in Sheffield, UK.
Meet the sharks: A great white shark named Nukumi27 April, 2021
It's been a while since I shared stories of some of the great white sharks I've worked with, so I figured it'd be worth talking about another who has recently been making headlines.
Marina Ortega is a freelance concept artist whose credits include Beyond a Steel Sky, Magic The Gathering and the Tropico series.
Quick Tutorial: Collecting morphometrics from moving animals with 3D scanning on an iPad Pro26 March, 2021
A short experiment and tutorial in collecting morphometric data from living, moving animals using the Apple iPad Pro, Record3D app and Meshlab.
Having recently received my marks for my Masters Mini Project, I'm thus able to share the work I undertook - digiting wildlife.
Drawing and Unreal Engine 4 – Weekend 2D/3D Animation Test21 February, 2021
I'm in the process of regrouting the downstairs bathroom and having reached that classic 'Ugh, can't be arsed any more' period, decided to try my hand at 2D animation over the weekend.
CO-EXIST – A new marine conservation initiative15 February, 2021
I'm happy to share some news on CO-EXIST, a new marine conservation initiative selling ethically sourced merchandise featuring the work of artists such as myself.
Cyberpunk Noir – Black and white photography in Night City9 January, 2021
Film Noir inspired images taken throughout Night City and the surrounding badlands using Cyberpunk 2077's photo mode.
Myles Lambert is a Freelance artist who has worked on series including Wolfenstein, Gears of War and Batman: Arkham.
For Christmas 2020 I decided to apply my new found tolerance for woodwork in the creation of a wooden toy box for my eldest niece.
: Flatback sea turtle v tiger shark – A surprising victor?17 December, 2020
When a tiger shark decides to try a flatback sea turtle for lunch, you'd be forgiven for thinking a full stomach was inevitable. A new paper on such an interaction should give you second thoughts.
Searching for Shakespeare has launched!15 December, 2020
Did you know William Shakespeare was a real person? Well, not only was he real, but he lived in a house and owned stuff, too!
Building a brutalist wooden lantern – version one6 December, 2020
I started building stuff out of wood this year. For this year's Secret Santa at work, I thought I'd have a go at a brutalist architecture inspired wooden lantern. Because I'm cheap.
Oliver Jewell has launched!1 December, 2020
I've done a website for long time friend, colleague and fello-shark nut, Oliver Jewell. He does stuff with great white sharks. Go see.
A year of Wisper27 November, 2020
Wisper is a black cat we rescued from the round approximately one year ago. She's cute. What more can i say?