Monthly Archives: November 2016
The Phenakistoscope project was a great experience to start early animation. From the start I wanted to make my scope filled with things I like however, many changes took places for my final piece. Looking at the … Continue reading
On the first attempt of the chair project my first design on the chair wasn’t as well as I expected it to be. The newsprint drawing had a few proportions that seemed off from above because from my angle … Continue reading
Midnight swim is a perfect example of what an analogous color template may look like. In this composition dark shades of purple to a lighter tone of blue represents that the colors are right next to one another. This results … Continue reading
In this color template the colors here aren’t related or have a strong sense of connection within another. However, it may fall into split complimentary since black and white results into gray.
Art, Fear, Taking Risks, and Plain as a Focal Lens for Presence In this passage, of brain pickings, revolves around a women named Marina Abramovic and her start of loving art. Ever since she was a kid she experienced fear … Continue reading