Monthly Archives: December 2015

Soar Above

Through this process, I learned how difficult it is to work in a medium that reflects light. I found I’m very strong with the cut out, paper materials I used in projects past, however, cels are not easy to work … Continue reading

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Eyes toward the Heart

The process of making the phenakistoscope was an uphill battle for me. My original idea and board both dissolved away, forcing me to have to rethink and reconstruct my designs.

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Culture’s Clothing

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Life is filled with color and sound, with feelings of exciting jazz and bright rainbows, to break through the darkness of the day to day. The solid color triangles break through the noise of the circles like a joyful moment … Continue reading

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Test Animation

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Imagination

Video   In the case of creation, there’s a cycle of difficulty that many struggle to get through. Some make it, some don’t.┬áThis is the latter. The circle tries to fight it’s pain but ultimately it allows it’s creativity to … Continue reading

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Speaking Without Words: Michael Dudok de Wit

Michael Dudok de Wit is an Academy Award winning Dutch animator responsible for creating beautiful, thought provoking short film. He used gentle watercolor and charcoal backgrounds to highlight smooth ink silhouettes in order to tell engaging stories without the use … Continue reading

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