Monthly Archives: December 2014

Alive; Final Animation Project

Adam Beckett For my final animation, I decided to create it in the style of Adam Beckett’s work. Adam Beckett doesn’t have many works that he produced, mostly because he died quite young, but almost all the works he did … Continue reading

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Pain

In my final project, I used still digital images that I took to create a video, called “Pain”, and tell a narrative in a conceptual way. In my video, I tried to illustrate the effects of bullying, and what it … Continue reading

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Visual Vocabulary Artbook

  For my visual vocabulary artbook, I took 14 principles and elements of design and illustrated them in a book. The covers are made of cut up jeans over cardboard. Then bound them to the pages of the book. The … Continue reading

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Alternate Screening Assignment 3

Alternate Screening Assignment 3

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Alternate Screening Assignment 2

Alternate Screening Assignment 2

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Alternate Screening Assignment 1

Alternate Screening Assignment

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Christine Chin Gallery Write-up

Christine Chin: Sentient Kitchen Christine Chin presented her own set of works called Sentient Kitchen: Fleshy Kitchen Accessories on Thursday October 23rd, 2014 in the Llewelyn Gallery. Her exhibit consisted of sculptures, photos, and videos that explored the convergence between … Continue reading

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Pattern Painting

In this painting I created a background with patterns on top and animal tessellations with patterns on top of that. I layered the background, middle ground, and foreground on top of each other to give the painting depth. The background … Continue reading

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Phenakistoscope

  In my phenakistoscope I made 3 separate animations on this wheel, one on the end, one in the middle, and one near the center of the wheel. For the one on the end of the wheel, the airplane doing … Continue reading

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Primer Montage Paper

The 2004 film Primer, is a film about the discovery and uses of time travel. The film uses quite a variety of cinematic montages throughout. The first main type of montage used in the film is metric montage. There are … Continue reading

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