Category Archives: Non-timebased

Journal Entry

This image is posted in an article called, “Minimalistic One Line Tattoos” by Mo Gangi. This tattoo uses line to make the entire piece. The line helps to create movement in the piece and to help draw your eye across … Continue reading

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Figures and Mass

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Figure and Hand Drawing

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For this work I photographed my hands signing my initials. I then drew from those pictures. I started from left to right and as it went on my hands improved. I need to work on the thumbs of all of … Continue reading

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All Works For Intro to Visual Communication

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Final Project: Endangered Species

For my final project I used the word prey to interfere with the image of the African wild dog. I chose prey because they are prey to lions, which is one of the reasons they are endangered. This is important … Continue reading

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Final Animation Project Essay

  Yuri Norstein is a Russian animator. This “legend” of contemporary animation used cut outs as his medium for animation. Yuri became prominent in the community because of his series of animated shorts which were aimed towards family audiences in … Continue reading

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Journal Entry 14

In Starry Night Over the Rhone Vincent van Gogh created texture with his brush strokes. The stars, the lights, and the reflections of the light create contrast against this mainly dark piece. The light’s reflection on the water is a … Continue reading

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