Monthly Archives: December 2016
For my final project in Digital Foundations, my classmates and I were asked to create stories that were told only through images with no words and sounds. Aside from the title we were to create a logical tale with our … Continue reading
For my Survey of Animation class, the students were required to create an animation based off a prompt and some research on a chosen animator. When choosing my animator to research, I decided that I would look at the works … Continue reading
Sometimes, all an image needs to portray an idea more efficiently is to add some modular designs. A module is a small part of an image that is build upon itself to create the larger picture. Within this piece I … Continue reading
Throughout one’s life, people tend to collect and hold onto items that show and represent who they are as a person. These items demonstrate one’s beliefs and feelings within their day to day life that others might not often know … Continue reading
For my Foundations class, the students were given a choice to choose between three separate final projects to choose from. One of the choices that could be selected was the requirement to draw three different sceneries using graphite on Bristol … Continue reading
A progress update for my final animation in my Survey of Animation class. Based on the works of Hayao Miyazaki. Made with note cards and pencil.
In light of the upcoming finals week, a group of my peers and have begun a large study session for everyone. Normally I study by myself, however studying in group has been pretty fun and helpful. For starters, if someone … Continue reading