Mojang released their new take on the default textures of Minecraft as a Resource Pack that you can download and use. This package will eventually be released as the new default texture pack of Minecraft in a future update. For now, Mojang is looking to hear feedback from its users on what they have so far. There are certainly going to be textures that people will like and dislike in this new texture pack. That is one of the downsides of installing many of the user created texture packs that are out there. You install one and you will find certain blocks you just hate the look of. Well, here is my take on the new texture pack.
Last week I was messing around with Illustrator and I was thinking about 8bit design and I thought to myself what would a reindeer look like in 8bit Minecraft style. So I spent about an how putting together colors and looking at classic Christmas images of Reindeer that I found on Google Image Search (Best Place For Inspiration). And before I knew it, there it was staring at me on my screen, a pixelated Rudolf the Rednose Reindeer. I added a “Merry Christmas” to the design in an 8bit font.
Benjamin Smith takes us back to the Bible Lands to build the trio of crosses which is part of the story of the resurrection.
This week was faced with the Disaster of Hurricane Harvey which left thousands homeless and having lost everything. And towards the end of the week charitable organizations, businesses, and churches began to respond to the disaster with calls for aid to donate to the victims of this event.
Graphic design is often underestimated in its ability to add value to a ministry organization.
It adds value to the overall representation of God to the community as well as added value to the reputation of your ministry. The design process can generate new ideas and allow you to discover your audience and their needs.
Design can then help you turn ideas into innovative and competitive services that are suitable for your audience. You can also use design to make your ministries everyday processes more efficient and to strengthen your evangelistic approach.
Did you know that having a solid brand package can help your organization take the guessing out of design?
Branding is everywhere these days. And it is important to the growth of companies and organizations both non-profit and for profit.