Southampton-based medieval fantasy comic, Blood & Valour, got off to a flying start at its launch event on Wednesday evening (29th March)
The Virtual Museum of the Grace Dieu is a culmination of the two-year Road to Agincourt project run by Eastleigh Borough Council, and will provide an innovative online experience to educate visitors from around the world on the importance of our region in the run-up and aftermath of the battle, 600 years on.
The team working on Blood and Valour have released a preview of the new comic, out on the 1st of March!
You can click through the Issuu publication below – and let the guys know what you think about Southampton’s forgotten legend re-told in comic form by tweeting @BVcomic! Read more
The Virtual Museum of the Grace Dieu project is now well underway, with a site visit and some preliminary meetings out of the way and a large chunk of the concept now well in the bag.
Tec Hub Member Company Blunt Print have been working on some very high end birthday cards for La Prairie Skincare.
The project was taken by Blunt Print for one of it’s design agency clients, with hints that a high polish was in order.
Frugal Spark is looking for a Unity developer with a few years experience of C# and Unity 5.x and who have published at least one title on iOS and/or Android platforms.
The team behind Road To Agincourt is excited to announce that internationally-renowned Illustrator Guy Stauber is to design bespoke artwork for its latest project Blood & Valour, an all-new graphic novel set to be released Spring 2017.
Print professionals Blunt Print have been busy producing a range of canvas and card-based gifts for the world-renowned graffiti artist, Banksy.
Eastleigh Borough Council's Road to Agincourt project is seeking talented web developers, 2D and 3D artists, augmented reality wizards and more to help create a virtual museum for Henry V's flagship, the Grace Dieu.
Tec Hub is inviting all digital creative start-ups, freelancers and bedroom coders to come and sample our flexible workspace at our free Open Day on Friday 25th November.