Monthly Archives: October 2014

Kim Asendorf Report

Kim Asendorf is an artist who created a technique called Pixel Sorting to create his glitch art. Pixel Sorting is an algorithm he made that allows him to do Open Source image altering. In his images, the pixels are enhanced … Continue reading

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Stop Motion

A lot can be learned from the pioneers of animation. One such technique is stop motion. Lotte Reiniger’s work can be said to be the best example of cut-out animation. Lotte Reiniger was a very successful animator. In 1916, she … Continue reading

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Foundations/Journal Week 9

  Word: Contrast Medium: Derwent graphic pencils, blending tool Dimensions: 10 x 7 in. Date Completed: October 26, 2014 Word: Empahsis-radial Medium: Adobe Illustrator CC 2014 & Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 Dimensions:8.5 x 11 in. Date Completed: October 26, 2014

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Chair Drawing

          Studying the basic forms and shading in an object develop an eye for detail in any artist. Even accurately drawing a chair can help an artist gain this necessary skill. However, exactly how the chair … Continue reading

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Two Gallery Art Pieces Write-Up

There is a a lot of noise to this first image. The way that there is so much going on in the background adds to the amount of noise presented in the image. The black shape makes for a nice … Continue reading

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Project 3: Symmetry and Color

  For this project, I used the concepts behind symmetry and color to create a mandella. It can be said that there is reflection symmetry in the organic shapes surrounding the center rectangle, as well as in the radial patterns … Continue reading

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Visiting Artist Write-Up

Any form of art can be used when comparing each form to every other form. Knowing about the artist and how their art functions can be used to influence how your own art works or moves. The artist who visited … Continue reading

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