Monthly Archives: December 2014

Computer Animation I Final Animation

While in class, the concept of love was brought up. I thought that it would be interesting to illustrate the different kinds of love for my final project. According to Southbank Center, there are seven kinds of love that people … Continue reading

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Computer Animation Gallery Write-Up

The name of this exhibit is Impulses from the Machine: Interactive Musings on Cyborg Culture. This show is located in the Llewellyn Gallery, and was shown here from December 2 to December 12 2014. The creators of this exhibit are … Continue reading

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Survey Final Animation

  Every artist has their own unique style. Whether they create a piece for themselves, for broadcast, or for commercial use, each artist’s individual aesthetics can be seen. My final animation models Michael Dudok de Wit’s more simplistic style. Michale … Continue reading

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Book

CD Case Slip     CD Covers     CD Index     CD Images                             The elements and principles of design, as well as some artistic terms described by the Gestalt principles help us to understand how … Continue reading

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Phenakistoscope

There are many different ways to animate. One way is shown with the phenakistoscope. Using the concept of persistence of vision, a phenakistoscope creates a continuous moving scene. I began creating my own phenakistoscope by measuring out a circle approximately … Continue reading

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Project 4: Layering with Pattern

This project challenged me to compose a work that had depth created through layering. I was to include a diagonal in the composition to create unity, pattern to create rhythm, and opposites with tessellation to create balance. To inspire my work, … Continue reading

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