Posts Tagged ‘Webber Design’

From John over at Webber Design is a re-launched version of Titty Bingo, a site that we featured last year.  Here is what John had to say about the re-launch

The new TittyBingo.com is now a true juggernaut of a website created in Papervision3D. The new site is full of hundreds of photographic planes and 3D Models which together create a true online world. Just about everything inside the website is in someway interactive. The ‘texas asteroid’ was modeled in Swift3D 5 and exported using the Export to Papervision3d feature. All content is editable through simple content management. Each person in the “crowd” can have a YouTube video associated with it to play when clicked. The guitars are the opposite and fly out to meet the camera. Slideshowpro Director is integrated into Papervision3D and can be see on the video screen over the stage. Slideshowpro Director is also utilized in 2D space to play videos, photos and to run the “Texas Music Museum” (Give the Alamo a click). Each of Titty Bingo’s 4 albums are represented by our interactive “Song Posts”. Each song title can be clicked to play that track. There is much to see and the site can be navigated using the Arrows and Page Up/Down keys.

Be sure to pop over and check it out for yourself here .

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From our friends at Webber Design comes Camp is Cool Taking their brand of collage art to another level, here is what john from webber had to say about the new project:

” Unlike our other clients where we create a fantasy world, Camp Balcones Springs has a physical location they wanted to showcase.Camp Balcones Springs is not just another day camp and wanted a new website to reflect that fact. Our first instinct was to travel to the Camp and photograph as much of it as we could.  After a few hours we took some 800 photos of the entire facility.  The client gave us a map of the facilities which includes a river which created the back side border of the camp with a white sand beach.  We decided to turn the map upside down so our opening would come in from the beach and not from the less visually interesting highway side.

The client requested a “cartoon” feel after our first mock up, so back at the lab, we began the process of recreating the camp in 3D Flash. We stylized each image using a combination Photoshop Filters & colorizing tools.
The site ended up a perfect split between art and content. “
Check it our for yourself here : Link

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From our friends over at Webber Design comes their latest rock band site, here’s their say

We have let another Papervision site rip this week. This time for a band that broke up in 1986 in the middle of recording their debut album, Not Afraid. 20 Years later, Julian, our client and the main singer/songwriter came to us not afraid to release his music after all this time. He was completing his life long dream, the album that had sat ‘in the can’ for two decades. He was very clear that he didn’t want this to feel ‘retro’ but timeless as he felt the music was just that. Our team decided to build him the custom ‘Dancer Theater’ where the band would come back to life after all these years. All we had to work with was a hand full of Black and White photos, 10 songs, some home videos and his recently designed album artwork. With a little imagination, a lot of photoshop and Papervision3D we brought them back in full color at the big concert they never had.

So be sure to check it out here:http://www.dancertheband.com/

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Today we have yet another one from John Webber, from Webber Design, let’s hear his say on it:

We this was a joke when we first got the call to make a Cornhole site. Turns out Cornhole is quite popular in States like Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma and now California. Fresh off of our TittyBingo.com Papervision theme park, we started out on this one with the same depth in mind, but on a wider scale. This is the kind of site we can build on, the design is very free and open to possibilities as the company grows. I also composed the music several years ago and it finally found it’s home on Cornhole Beach. We snuck in a few Kegs into the scene so you know this is no Corona Beach (no Glass!).

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.westcoastcornhole.net/

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John Webber, from Webber Design, just finished a website for the Texan band Titty Bingo, one of Willie Nelson’s side projects. It also serves as an unofficial Rock N Roll hall of fame.
Definitely one of the most wicked sites out there and with an amazing soundtrack!

Be sure to check it out here: http://TittyBingo.com

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