Monthly Archives: November 2014

Film Analysis: Primer

There are moments of tonal montage within this film. An example is at the beginning when four of the characters are sitting around a table putting labels on envelopes. The way in which the camera pans around the table shows … Continue reading

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Final Animation First 5 Seconds

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Foundations/Journal Week 12

Word: Pattern Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 11 in. Medium: Art Alternative sketch paper, Prismacolor colored pencils Date Completed: November 18, 2014 Word: Repetition Dimensions: 8.5 x 12 in. Medium: Adobe Illustrator CC 2014, Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 Date Completed: November 21, … Continue reading

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Cinematography Write-Up: Olympus Has Fallen

Within the first thirty seconds of the film, a larger depth of field is used to show some landscape and the outside of a lodge. The inside of the lodge is brightly lit, which can be interpreted as the cheerful … Continue reading

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Visiting Artist Write-Up

The artist who recently visited was Cristine Chin. She visited and talked about her work set up in the Llewellyn Gallery on October 23, 2014. Her works included the following: Masticating Meat Grinder, a meat grinder designed to look like … Continue reading

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Final Animation Storyboard

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5 7 5 Glitch Gif Project

         For this project, I wanted to illustrate a haiku. When browsing haiku’s online, one written by Natsume Soseki stood out to me: Over the wintry forest, winds howl in rage with no leaves to blow. When … Continue reading

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