Mindscape Extracts

An audiovisual presentation of a series of drawings done in 2014

Part 1 : Madness
This section is full of images that explore my drawings which relate to states of madness or dark states of mind. The music used is a recent improvisational pieces produced using Audiomulch software.

Pieces:
Self Portrait : Mad Haired man
The Reluctant God
The Anonymous Patient
Red and Black (Physic Landscape)
Shadow Man

Part 2:The Dark Feminine
Images of dark femininity with soundtrack by Naturemagnet – a musical band I am in, track is called Brainjar

Pieces:
Breakdown Corridor
Obscene Machine
Miss Babylon (Ward 666)
Part 3: The poets and the Dreamers
Portraits of dreaming souls , music if poetry in small Places by my solo project BrokenGod, from my latest EP Deadstar 0

Pieces:
Closing Time
The Poet
Vampyr
Sophie
The muse she waits by the tree

Part 4: The Visionaries
Closing the extracts off with some portraits of people both known and unknown and a final self portrait

Pieces:
Becca Smith – Poet , Dreamer, Sage, Artist
Mindful Combustion
Ben Nield – The Anima Animus Egg
Seeing Red – The Artist (Self Portrait)

Bootstrap Responsive Landscape Image Slider-Demo on Github

https://github.com/drnoir/Bootstrap-Responsive-Landscape-Image-Slider-Demo

Download / fork etc on link above

Bootstrap-Responsive-Landscape-Image-Slider-Demo

Demo in HTML of responsive landscape images scaling and tested on multiple devices made with Bootstrap / css / JQuery

Features:

  • Responsive Bootstrap Layout
  • Creates scrollable and responsve full page height images that will display wide range of devices via css / Media Queries
  • Side menu with additional onclick submenu (View Demo in index.html to see)

A quick demo of a landscape image slider made with Bootstrap, custom CSS and JQuery

View the Index.html example to see the resizing of all images to browser view windows across – desktop / laptop / mobile / tablet etc

Notes on important files

  • index.html – Main HTML
  • custom.css – all custom css is managed here including media queries (will probably seperate out eventually, as it is somewhat bloaty)