I’m really looking forward to giving digital sculpting a go. The classmate I will be sculpting is my friend Lydia. These are the reference photographs I will working from: 11/5/2017: LOST MY SCULPT! Now I understand why you save duplicate files and screenshot your work as you go. I have been working on my head model for… Continue reading Digital Head Sculpt and Retopology
I may come back and edit these lists later as I will probably think of works which I feel better represent my aims and interests. Top 10 Movies 1. Laika’s Coraline 2. Cartoon Saloon’s Song of the Sea 3. Studio Ghibli’s Laputa: Castle in the Sky 4. Disney’s Atlantis: The Lost Empire 5. Pixar’s Wall.E … Continue reading Top 10 Movies and Top 10 Books
As part of the tutorials for this week, we were asked to look at an review the work of our peers, giving our classmates advice on where their strengths were and what could be improved upon for each individual. I gave several reviews to my classmates. Here is the feedback I received about my own… Continue reading Peer Reviews and Tutorial Feedback
TEAMMATES: Lydia McDowell, Lauren Bell, Dearbhail McNulty, Clare McMurray For the ‘floating city’ assignment we must combine 3D and 2D imagery and present statistics about a particular city over a 3D CGI model. We initially chose the Icelandic capital Reykjavik as our city but quickly changed it to Venice as we could not find a lot… Continue reading Imaging and Data Visualisation: Floating City Venice Statistics, Video Presentation and Music
I am very interested in the depiction of both action and visual comedy, especially when the two are combined. Perhaps this seems immature, but I really enjoy those playful kinds of works that are ‘cool’ but aren’t afraid to crack a joke either! This is something I have been looking into in my own time and… Continue reading Slapstick, Setup and Visual Action Comedy
Here is a curated selection of what I feel is my best work from the first semester of Animation, featuring life drawing and photography as well as personal work and the work produced under the creative elements module.
(OK, you have to admit that alliteration is impressive.) We all individually researched our presentation topic, the artist Walt Peregoy, and the Pecha-Kucha format, before working together to put together a 20-slide chronological presentation of his work, with the slides transitioning automatically after 20 seconds so we would fit the Pecha-Kucha timing. We then divided… Continue reading A Post on Preparing the Perfect Peregoy PechaKucha Presentation!