It’s Alive!
August 1st, 2008

A design must be conceived, drawn, lit and then rendered. The difference is that your desktop PC can render a simple animation, while the lighting, colouration and detail necessary to make animated characters of scenes in movies look real takes considerably more rendering power.

The Best out West
October 1st, 2003

Despite being as close to Bali as they are to Bathurst, WA has embraced the technology age as avidly as the rest of Australia.


Training Day
November 1st, 2007

The second thing to look for is people who’ve been there. Almost all the training providers Desktop spoke to for this article assured us their lecturers and teachers have industry experience, so the fact that it seems to be standard is be a good thing.

The Output Revolution
May 1st, 2003

We all know there’s a thing called Postscript in the trade of designing and creating printed matter, but fewer of us know what it is and fewer still how it works. But without it, none of us would have a job.


Hustle and Flow
March 1st, 2009

Now that you’re spending hours on job creation, client proposals and chasing up money you probably feel like you mistakenly studied business administration.

Inside Out
November 1st, 2002

It’s the oldest media around, and the only one people talk about with misty-eyed romanticism. Between 15th century clergymen painstakingly transcribing manuscripts by hand and today’s lightning fast communications and computer-generated info-edu-tainment, the humble book has hardly changed.






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