Monthly Archives: November 2016
Here I present to you my phenakistoscope, which was made for my Foundations class. The project was to create an animation on matte board and present it to the class as such. As seen above this was my final … Continue reading
Since the start of the animation industry, many great animators have come into the spotlight and have created visuals that have inspired and amazed audiences everywhere. With so many techniques and styles, more and more animators have come though to … Continue reading
Happy Thanksgiving (to all those who celebrate it), and I hope everyone had a great holiday. I know that I took the time to take a much needed break and recharge my motivation. Much of the recharging came from hanging … Continue reading
The other day I found this video and honestly not only did it shock me but it made me so happy as well.
While we all know procrastination is a bad thing it seems we all, or at least me, sometime fall into the habit of waiting to the last minute. It just always seems to happen, and while everyone seems to talk … Continue reading
Recently in my Foundations class, my classmates and I were asked to create phenakistoscope with our own original motions placed onto it. However, one of the key elements of a phenakistoscope is the circular base that the artwork is placed … Continue reading