Category Archives: Writing

Advanced 3D Animation Self Critique

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Emotional Peer Critique

I chose to look at Megan Hendershot’s emotion animation for a critique. First, the subtle secondary movements are good and aid to the flow of the piece. The fingers feel believable. Also the textures add a lovely depth.

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A Critical Look at a Sneaking Walk Cycle

Though the overall sneaking walk cycle is clean and looks very polished, there are a few areas that could use a little more polish. At certain points, when the the head is tilted upward, the eyes get lost in the … Continue reading

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3D Design and Color Collective Post

Origami Robot

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Southern Inhospitality: A Study of Kara Walker’s Impact

This is my Curatorial Statement on the possible negative impact Kara Walker can have on her audience with her honest and aggressive artworks.

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Modernism vs. Postmodernism

Modern vs. Postmodern An essay addressing the difference between the movements, with highlights on other popular movements of their respective time.

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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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